THE Stone Roses have added two arena dates in Leeds to their upcoming tour next year.
The Manchester band will play the Leeds First Direct arena, along with Wembley Stadium, SSE Arena Belfast and Glasgow’s Hampden Park next June.
After a huge comeback at the Etihad Stadium earlier this year, where tickets sold out in a crazy ten seconds, demand for the 2017 tour is expected to be just as monumental – especially after the release of their first singles in two decades.
The band has seen a recent resurgence in popularity after their return back in 2012, along with being featured heavily on hit television series, This is England ’90, the nineties band are bringing in fans new and old for their massive shows.
— The Stone Roses (@thestoneroses) December 5, 2016
As well as the tour dates, speculation has begun of about their possible festival appearances next summer. With gaps in the tour around Glastonbury and the iconic lemon symbol cryptically appearing in both Leeds and Reading, it seems a number of festivals could potentially be on the line up.
— Dave (@furniss1991) December 5, 2016
Tickets for the Leeds shows go on sale at 9am on Friday December 9 via gigsandtours.com