The Homeless Gospel Choir and Arkells to join Frank Turner on tour

We know Frank Turner is great at picking supports for his shows, but this one is the icing on the cake. 

Canadian rockers and best buds of Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls are finally returning to the UK alongside Frank on his Be More Kind tour this spring. The band had already been confirmed to join Turner at his Lost Evenings festival in London in May, and have now been announced to join him for the whole of the UK tour.

See the band’s announcement on Twitter below, with a loving tribute to Frank:

Also joining Frank on tour will be The Homeless Gospel Choir, who is proud to announce a return to the UK after last years stint with Frank Iero.

“Dear friends, I’ll be traveling to Europe and other places with my pal Frank Turner. We’re making some music together for the people and we hope you can enjoy it with us. Please come out to the show with a can-do attitude and I think we’ll have a good time” says Derek Zanetti.

You can get your tickets this Friday 2 February – and trust me, you won’t want to miss this.

Here are those Frank Turner UK dates:
13 April – Academy, Manchester
20 April –  The Garage, Aberdeen
21 April – Liquid Room, Edinburgh
22 April – O2 Academy, Newcastle
24 April – O2 Academy, Sheffield
25 April – O2 Academy, Liverpool
27 April – O2 Academy, Bristol
28 April – Great Hall, Exeter Uni
30 April – Corn Exchange, Cambridge         
1 May – Guildhall, Southampton
2 May – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
4 May – O2 Academy, Leicester
5 May – O2 Academy, Oxford
8 May – City Hall, Hull
9 May – UEA, Norwich

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