Baconmusic is reporting that THIN LIZZY and QUEENSRŸCHE will team up for a U.K. tour this fall.

Fresh from their recent support slot with DEEP PURPLE, THIN LIZZY will this time be playing a full headline set, led by legendary guitarists John Sykes and Scott Gorham. QUEENSRŸCHE will return to the U.K. for the first time since their performance at last year's Milton Keynes Monsters of Rock.

The dates are as follows:

Nov. 23 - Corn Exchange, Cambridge
Nov. 24 - Regent, Ipswich
Nov. 26 - Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
Nov. 27 - Academy, Birmingham
Nov. 28 - St. David's Hall, Cardiff
Nov. 30 - Academy, Glasgow
Dec. 01 - Music Hall, Aberdeen
Dec. 02 - City Hall, Newcastle
Dec. 04 - City Hall, Sheffield
Dec. 05 - Apollo, Manchester
Dec. 06 - University, Liverpool
Dec. 08 - Colston Hall, Bristol
Dec. 09 - Guildhall, Southhampton
Dec. 10 - University, Exeter
Dec. 12 - Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone
Dec. 13 - Shephards Bush Empire, London
Dec. 14 - Shephards Bush Empire, London


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