Having announced they would be playing at the Parr Hall this month as a warm up to their Royal Albert Hall show, DOVES have sold out of all tickets within FOUR minutes.
Tickets went on sale at 10am this morning, Tuesday, and were snapped up immediately by fans. Doves previously played at the Parr Hall a decade ago in March 2009 and this concert will be their first since they went on a nine-year hiatus.
The group from Manchester will return to Warrington in 10 days, performing on Thursday 28 March, almost exactly 10 years since they last performed at the Palmyra Square venue back in March 2009.
The following day they will travel to London for a Teenage Cancer Trust gig joining The Coral, who played Parr Hall on Saturday (16 March), and The Fernweh.
The band said: “On familiar territory, looking out to see the faces of friends old and new, Doves return to Warrington Parr Hall.
“This is where a page is turned and the new chapter begins.”
The Wilmslow band announced the gig this morning, Monday, just 10 days before they head to Warrington and the night before their concert at the iconic London venue.
In a statement the trio said: “On familiar territory, looking out to see the faces of friends old and new, Doves return to Warrington Parr Hall. This is where a page is turned and the new chapter begins.”
Tickets are on sale tomorrow, Tuesday, at 10am. Visit gigst.rs/DovesPH
As reported first on Warrington Guardian.