BLACKMORE'S NIGHT: U.K. Tour Announced

BLACKMORE'S NIGHT, featuring former DEEP PURPLE/RAINBOW guitarist Ritchie Blackmore and his wife Candice Night, have announced a U.K. tour in November.

"For ALL our fans in Renaissance Garb — please call the theater directly and tell them you will be in Garb for special seating," reads a post on the band's web site. "Limited special seats on first call first served basis. If you are closed out of the special front row seating: Please make note that BLACKMORE'S NIGHT appreciates ALL our fans who make the effort to dress in Medieval/Renaissance Costumes for our shows. We greatly appreciate your support."

Confirmed dates are as follows:

Nov. 04 – Buxton, UK @ Opera House
Nov. 06 – Workington, UK @ Carnegie Theater
Nov. 07 – Edinburgh, UK @ Queens Hall
Nov. 09 – Birmingham, UK @ Alexandra Theater
Nov. 10 – Reading, UK @ Concert Hall
Nov. 13 – Cheltenham, UK @ Town Hall
Nov. 14 – Exeter, UK @ Great Hall


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