Carrying on from where they left off with a fantastic 2013, Cambridge rockers Mallory Knox have been confirmed as the main support for A Day To Remember's biggest ever UK tour. The tour, which takes place in February 2014 includes ADTR's biggest ever UK show to date at London's Alexandra Palace (and that's one of only two shows not sold out on the whole tour).
Having had a UK Top 40 album this year with "Signals", Mallory Knox are currently finishing up a sold out UK tour. The boys were even invited all the way across the world to join the Australian leg of the Vans Warped Tour (a rare UK success on Australian Soil at the moment). The band themselves had this to say about the announcement:
"We are extremely excited to be supporting A Day To Remember on their UK tour. Its a huge honour to be able to play venues of this size with such a great band."
A full reminder of the tour dates follows below, including which shows have now sold out and which have some tickets remaining:
A Day To Remember UK Tour February 2014 (w/ Mallory Knox, Every Time I Die & The Story So Far)
8th - Cardiff - Motorpoint Arena
10th - Glasgow - O2 Academy - SOLD OUT
12th - London - Alexandra Palace
14th - Birmingham - O2 Academy - SOLD OUT
15th - Manchester - O2 Apollo - SOLD OUT
Tickets for the London show are priced at £22.50 and Cardiff £21.50. If you want tickets for other shows try the secondary ticket market at the likes of Seatwave and Viagogo. A Day To Remember's new album Common Courtesy was given a full release a couple of weeks ago following it's early download only release in October. Mallory Knox's album Signals is out now, you can read a review of it here on ScribesOfMetal at this location.