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24th Apr 2018

Travis to play album The Man Who in its entirety on tour this summer

Will Lavin

Time to party like it’s 1999.

Travis have today announced that they will be playing their much beloved album The Man Who in its entirety on tour this coming June and December.

The Man Who was released 19 years ago (May 24th 1999) and went on to become one of the most successful British albums of the past 20 years.

Spawning the singles “Writing To Reach You”, “Driftwood”, “Turn” and possibly the band’s most iconic song, “Why Does It Always Rain On Me?”, the album spent 11 weeks at number one, selling close to three million copies.

The biggest selling UK album of 2000, it played a big part in propelling Travis to household name status, which was then capped off with Ivor Novello Awards for Best Songwriter and Best Contemporary Song for “Why Does It Always Rain On Me?” and BRIT Awards for Best British Band and Best British Album.

Following a sold out tour and a critically acclaimed new album Invisible Storm, London four piece Turin Brakes will also join Travis as special guests on their June run of The Man Who live. 

Tour dates are as follows:

10th – Liverpool, Philharmonic Hall
12th – London, Royal Festival Hall
13th – London, Royal Festival Hall
14th – Folkestone, Leas Cliff Hall
19th – Plymouth, Pavilions
20th – Brighton, Dome
21st – Ipswich, Regent Theatre
25th – Birmingham, Symphony Hall
26th – Oxford, New Theatre

22nd – Belfast, Custom House Square

12th – Portsmouth, Guildhall
13th – Cambridge, Corn Exchange
15th – Newcastle, City Hall
17th – Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
18th – Hull, City Hall
19th – Manchester, Apollo
21st – Glasgow, The SSE Hydro

*Support for the December dates is TBC.

Tickets are on sale now:

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