Scouting For Girls today announce details of ‘The Place We Used To Meet Tour – Part 2’ which will see them play thirty-one shows across the UK and Ireland in autumn 2024. The news follows Friday’s release of their new album ‘The Place We Used To Meet’. Listen HERE.

Fans who pre-ordered the new album will receive access to a pre-sale for tickets which is now open. Remaining tickets then go on general sale HERE from 10am on Friday, October 27th.

Scouting For Girls still consists of its founder members Roy Stride, Greg Churchouse and Peter Ellard, who together have so far achieved four Top 10 singles, four Top 10 albums, 2 million sales, more than a billion streams, four BRIT Awards and an Ivor Novello. The band’s rich catalogue of hits includes ‘She’s So Lovely’, the #1 smash, ‘This Ain’t A Love Song’, ‘Heartbeat’ and ‘Elvis Ain’t Dead’.

Roy Stride says, “This has been my favourite year ever to be in Scouting for Girls, a sold out tour and our best album in a decade!  I’m delighted to announce these new dates in 2024 and visit some of the places we missed on this tour and hopefully stop people complaining that they can’t get tickets to see us lol! The shows this year have been magic and I feel like we’re at the top of our game, and I’m excited to create a brand new show and setlist for the 2024 tour. All the big hits, new songs and a selection of fan favourites.

See you there!”

The dates are:

27th – Belfast, The Limelight
28th – Dublin, The Academy

3rd – Scarborough, Spa
4th – Blackburn, King George’s Hall
5th – Barrow, Forum
7th – Guildford, G Live
8th – Bexhill, De La Warr Pavilion
10th – London, O2 Forum Kentish Town
11th – Margate, Dreamland
12th – Aylesbury, Waterside Theatre
14th – Cheltenham, Town Hall
15th – Bury St. Edmunds, The Apex
16th – Warrington, Parr Hall
18th – Coventry, HMV Empire
19th – Stoke, Keele University SU
20th – Isle of Man, Villa Marina
26th – Frome, Cheese & Grain
27th – Southampton, Engine Rooms
31st – Swansea, Patti Pavilion

1st – Ipswich, Corn Exchange
2nd – Lincoln, Engine Shed
4th – Middlesbrough, Town Hall
5th – Dundee, Fat Sams
6th – Aberdeen, Lemon Tree
8th – Wolverhampton, Wulfrun at The Halls
9th – Folkestone, Leas Cliff Hall
11th – Buxton, Opera House
12th – Holmfirth, Picturedrome
13th – Boston, Gliderdrome
15th – Stockport, Plaza
16th – Hull, City Hall

In the meantime, fans can help ‘The Place We Used To Meet’ rise up the charts by buying the album HERE.

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