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Keane Announce Arena Tour

Keane are proud to announce their UK Arena tour, to begin in January 2009.

Keane has made the most talked about return of the year, with their confident, pop tour-de-force; their third album Perfect Symmetry, which will be released on 13th October.

Perfect Symmetry has already thrilled and surprised in all quarters and has shown Keane to be one of the most talented and timeless bands in the world. Their pop brilliance shines so brightly that Perfect Symmetry has quickly become one of the hottest and most-anticipated albums of the year.

Keane are well recognized for their impressive live shows, and this reputation has seen them grow to Arena status. Tom Chaplin confidently steers their exuberant show with his unique charisma and unrivalled vocals, which has secured his place as an International star.

As they left the stage of the O2 Arena on 24th July 2007, to a record-breaking audience on their feet, they could not wait to return.

“We’re incredibly excited to announce an arena tour of the UK and Ireland in January and February next year. These kind of shows are what make us tick. We truly believe that we have made a very special album and we hope you’ll enjoy the adventure of hearing it live - the opportunity to play our new songs adds a whole new dimension. See you there.” Keane

Dates are as follows:

23rd Jan 09 Belfast Odyssey Arena
25th Jan 09 Dublin The O2
27th Jan 09 Newcastle Arena
29th Jan 09 Glasgow SECC
31st Jan 09 Manchester MENArena
1st Feb 09 Nottingham Arena
3rd Feb 09 Bournemouth BIC
4th Feb 09 Cardiff Arena
6th Feb 09 Sheffield Arena
7th Feb 09 Liverpool Arena
9th Feb 09 Plymouth Pavilions
10th Feb 09 Brighton Centre
12th Feb 09 London 02Arena
13th Feb 09 London 02Arena

Tickets will be available from 9am on Thursday 25th September on

Keane will play songs from Perfect Symmetry live for the first time when they launch the Q Awards at The Forum on 29th Sept.

Keane’s second single ‘The Lovers Are Losing’ will be released on 20th October.

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