Britain's THE ALMIGHTY have announced the details of their upcoming UK tour, which is still in the process of being finalized. The following dates are currently being planned, according to the group's official web site:

Dec. 18 – Bristol, UK @ Bierkeller
Dec. 19 – TBA
Dec. 20 - TBA
Dec. 21 – Glasgow, UK @ Garage
Dec. 22 – Wolverhampton, UK @ Wulfrun Hall
Dec. 23 – London, UK @ Mean Fiddler

In related news, THE ALMIGHTY frontman Ricky Warwick will play several solo dates during September and October, including a gig on September 25th with Justin Sullivan of NEW MODEL ARMY. Ricky's solo album is scheduled for release in January/February 2003.

Confirmed Ricky Warwick solo dates are as follows:

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Sep. 25 - Dundalk, IRE @ Ireland Spirit Store
Oct. 06 – Scarborough, UK @ Murrays Bar
Oct. 07 – Northampton, UK @ Soundhaus
Oct. 09 – Peterborough, UK @ Metropolis Lounge
Oct. 10 – London, UK @ the Garage
Oct. 11 – Chelmsford, UK @ U.K. Army & Navy


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