Public Service Broadcasting have announced plans for a headline show at London's Royal Albert Hall.
The band released their new studio album 'Every Valley' earlier this year, an evocation of former Welsh mining communities.
Looking ahead, the project will play a unique Welsh tour, visiting many of those communities in the process.
Visiting places like Bangor, Blackwood, and Newport, Public Service Broadcasting have also confirmed a huge London show.
The band will play the Royal Albert Hall on November 1st, with tickets going on sale this Friday (June 8th) at 10am.
Speaking about the dates, founder J. Willgoose, Esq. said: “We're really looking forward to finishing our Every Valley album run with what promises to be a special set of shows. It's great to be saying a final thanks to Wales, and the Valleys in particular, for all the support and encouragement we've received since starting to research, write, record and then launch the album in Wales, and then to land up in the Royal Albert Hall a few days later seems like the best possible way to finish things off.”
Catch Public Service Broadcasting at the following shows:
25 Bangor Pontio Arts Centre
26 Pontardawe Pontardawe Arts Centre
27 Blackwood Blackwood Miners’ Institute
28 Newport Riverfront Theatre
29 Pontypridd Muni Arts Centre
1 London Royal Albert Hall
For tickets to the latest Public Service Broadcasting shows click HERE.
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