Elbow set to rock into Doncaster Dome later this month

Multi-million selling alternative rockers Elbow are set to arrive in Doncaster later this month.

Wednesday, 1st March 2017, 12:08 pm
Updated Friday, 24th March 2017, 9:49 am

The band will visit The Dome on March 15 as part of a UK nationwide tour, their most extensivesince 2008.

In support of new album Little Fictions, fans can look forward to a host of new songs as well as old classics such as One Day Like This and Grounds For Divorce.

The current tour, which kicked off in Dublin on Sunday, includes multi-night residencies in Birmingham, Edinburgh, London and Manchester alongside returns to towns last visited around the release of The Seldom Seen Kid.

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The final tour of previous album The Take Off and Landing of Everything in 2015 saw the band play their longest ever theatre residences in London and Manchester. The decision to repeat this and then visit as many places as possible came from the feedback of fans who loved those shows as much as the band did.

Chris Hone, from Doncaster Culture and Leisure Trust, who manage the Dome, said: “We are delighted that Elbow will be performing at Doncaster Dome as part of their tour. We look forward to welcoming them and we are sure that this will be a great gig.”

Tickets are available from the box office HERE