Frank Turner Tickets Tickets

DateVenueCityLowest Price

01 Aug   (Fri)

Moulridge LanePikehall

11 Aug   (Mon)

HirschNrnberg

12 Aug   (Tue)

Ostwerk AugsburgAusburg

11 Sep   (Thu)

Norwich UEANorwich

12 Sep   (Fri)

De Montfort HallLeicester

13 Sep   (Sat)

Blackheath CommonLondon

14 Sep   (Sun)

Blackheath CommonLondon

15 Sep   (Mon)

Alban ArenaSt Albans

16 Sep   (Tue)

Corn Exchange CambridgeCambridge

18 Sep   (Thu)

RoadmenderNorthampton

19 Sep   (Fri)

Pavillion BathBath

20 Sep   (Sat)

Westland Leisure ComplexYeovil

22 Sep   (Mon)

Exeter Lemon GroveExeter

24 Sep   (Wed)

Hartlepool Borough HallHartlepool

25 Sep   (Thu)

Alhambra TheatreDunfermline

26 Sep   (Fri)

Pyramid and Parr HallWarrington

27 Sep   (Sat)

Hull City HallHull

30 Sep   (Tue)

Town Hall OxfordOxford

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The career of Frank Turner has seen this Bahrianian born singer/songwriter evolve into one of the most popular solo artists around.

Frank started his musical life in post-hardcore outfit Million Dead, depsite acclaim the band were not meant to be and parted ways after four years. Unable to give up music, Frank reinvented himself as a solo artist, developing into an area playing giant of his craft. Holding on to his punk edge but adding a little folk vibe, he started with infectious protest songs - seemingly hitting out against those around him in his Eton days - that may not have been chart friendly but soon won over a growing fan base. Today, with a touring band behind him, he has mellowed a little but continues to tour steadily - April 2011 seeing his 1000th show. Fans can see him perform favourites and songs from latest album 'England Keep My Bones' when he plays Wembley Arena on the 13th of April.


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