Hot on the heels of their very special, sold-out-in-a day 'Southern Hospitality' UK dates in February, Kentucky rockers, Black Stone Cherry are proud to announce a string of UK arena shows this winter.
Drummer, John Fred Young enthuses; "We are beyond thrilled to be headlining our first arena tour in the UK! It's amazing for us to have this opportunity and we owe it all to the incredible fans that continue to support us and believe in our music!"
Widely acknowledged as an electrifying live band, BLACK STONE CHERRY are also looking forward to the release of their fourth studio album, 'Magic Mountain', which hits stores on 5th May through Roadrunner Records. The Joe Barresi (QOTSA, Soundgarden)-produced opus follows 2011's 'Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea' which racked up a silver sales certification from the BPI (British Phonographic Industry), marking over 60,000 UK copies sold
Support on all dates comes from two Roadrunner labelmates, rabble-rousing Aussies AIRBOURNE, who released their third album 'Black Dog Barking' in May of last year, and radio-friendly Canadians, THEORY OF A DEADMAN, who are working on a new album pencilled for release this summer.
MONDAY 27 SHEFFIELD MOTORPOINT ARENA
TUESDAY 28 CARDIFF MOTORPOINT ARENA
THURSDAY 30 BIRMINGHAM LG ARENA
FRIDAY 31 MANCHESTER PHONES 4U ARENA
SATURDAY 01 LONDON WEMBLEY ARENA
Tickets go on-sale 9am on Friday 28th March priced £26.50 London and £25.00 Regionally
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