The Maccabees have announced a third and final show at Alexandra Palace June 29th. This follows their previously announced shows in Manchester and at London’s Alexandra Palace selling out within 24 hours. Without doubt, these shows will be one of the highlights of 2017.

The must see shows will be a chance to bid farewell to this much loved band, following their announcement to split in August, much to the dismay of the musical community. This followed a brilliant 12 month period where the band scaled new heights; headlining Latitude Festival and getting their first number one album with the acclaimed ‘Marks To Prove It’.

Felix White says, “We’re planning on these final shows being a huge celebration, thank you and goodbye to 14 years of writing, recording, playing and touring together.”

The Maccabees play:

June
Tue 27th MANCHESTER, O2 Apollo SOLD OUT
Wed 28th MANCHESTER, O2 Apollo SOLD OUT
Thurs 29th LONDON, Alexandra Palace *NEW DATE ADDED*
Fri 30th LONDON, Alexandra Palace SOLD OUT

July
Sat 1st LONDON, Alexandra Palace SOLD OUT

Tickets on sale Wednesday 14th at 9am from gigsandtours.com and ticketmaster.co.uk.

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