The Libertines UK Tour 2024, How to Get Presale Tickets?

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The Libertines UK Tour 2024 –  spanning from September 23 to November 7, featuring iconic venues across the UK, Northern Ireland, Ireland, and Scotland, in support of their album “All Quiet on the Eastern Esplanade.”

The Libertines UK Tour 2024

The Libertines UK Tour 2024  are gearing up for an extensive tour spanning from September 23 to November 7, 2024, hitting venues across the UK, Northern Ireland, Ireland, and Scotland. This tour accompanies the release of their upcoming album, “All Quiet on the Eastern Esplanade,” slated for March 8, 2024. The band unveiled the tour details, including stops in Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow, and Leeds, through a post on their official Instagram page on February 16, 2024.

Fans eager to secure their spots can access presale tickets starting from February 21, 2024, at 9 am GMT by pre-ordering the album on the band’s official website. Additionally, a Live Nation presale kicks off on February 22, 2024, at 10 am GMT, with the presale code ENERGY available on the website and COVERT for mobile app users.

General ticket sales commence on February 23, 2024, at 9 am GMT, with tickets up for grabs on Ticketmaster and the band’s website. At present, ticket prices remain undisclosed.     

How to Get Presale Tickets?

Visit the authority site of The Profligates. On the landing page, find and snap on the “Get Tickets” choice.

Select the date of the separate visit you wish to join in and click on it.

You will be diverted to Ticketmaster’s site.

Follow the prompts on Ticketmaster to continue further and book your tickets for The Profligates show.

The Libertines Band

The The Libertines UK Tour 2024 Libertines, an English rock band formed in London in 1997 by Carl Barât and Pete Doherty, gained fame for their garage rock sound and dynamic songwriting duo. Alongside members John Hassall and Gary Powell, they navigated early notoriety due to Doherty’s drug use and conflicts between Barât and Doherty.

Despite initial limitations in mainstream success, their impact grew, marked by a No. 2 single and No. 1 album in the UK charts. Their self-titled second album earned critical acclaim, voted second best by NME in 2004. Mick Jones, of the Clash, produced their first two albums.

Internal tensions, largely stemming from Doherty’s substance abuse, led to the band’s breakup. Doherty later cited relationship issues with Barât as a factor. Post-breakup, band members pursued new projects with varying success. In 2010, they reunited for shows, receiving positive feedback.

Another reunion in 2014 led to a record deal and the release of their third album, “Anthems for Doomed Youth,” in 2015. The Libertines’ journey reflects a blend of musical innovation, personal struggles, and the enduring allure of their unique sound.

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