December Dates for You Me At Six
Recent months have delivered a steady stream of career landmarks in YOU ME AT SIX's ascension to the top. Their second album 'Hold Me Down' provided the band with their first Top 5 hit when it charted as the second highest new entry of the week and three places above Delphic. The boys' subsequent nationwide tour in March saw them play to an audience of over 25,000 people and culminated with their first sold-out headline show at London's Brixton Academy.
Continuing public demand to see the band in action has sparked confirmation of the second YOU ME AT SIX UK tour of the year. This time around it features more dates at bigger venues, including including Hammersmith HMV Apollo on December 15th. Fans who purchased a copy of the band's debut album 'Take Off Your Colours' (original or deluxe versions) or current release 'Hold Me Down' will be able to access the tour's presale from 10am on Tuesday April 27th by visiting the band's special members area YOU ME AT SIX: BACKSTAGE at www.youmeatsix.co.uk/backstage.
Anyone can sign up to YMAS: BACKSTAGE to enjoy the exclusive content on offer but only album owners will be able to access the presale simply by inserting a copy of either album into the PC drive.
A further quantity of tickets will be available from the Artist's Ticket website ( http://www.artistticket.com/link/?s=you+me+at+six) on April 28th/29th with the remainder on general sale from April 30th. The dates (tickets priced at £16.50 regionally and £18.50 in London), which follow the quintet's summer Warped tour trek, are as below:
5th EDINBURGH, Corn Exchange
6th WOLVERHMAPTON, Civic Hall
9th BOURNEMOUTH, BIC
10th DONCASTER, Dome
12th MANCHESTER, Apollo
16th LONDON, Hammersmith Apollo
And if that sounds like a long way off do not fret as the band have just been confirmed to play RADIO 1's BIG WEEKEND 'In New Music We Trust' stage on MAY 23rd. Plus LEEDS and READING FESTIVAL on AUGUST 28th and 29th - appearing on the main stage for the first time, the band shares the bill with fellow tour mates Paramore and long-time heroes Blink 182.