Johnny Marr has announced a second hometown show at Manchester’s Albert Hall

Tix are on sale now.

Johnny Marr is going to play a second hometown show this autumn at Manchester’s Albert Hall.

The news follows on from his set at Glastonbury last weekend (and guest spot with headliners The Killers), with Marr taking over the venue on both 4th and now 5th September. Tickets are on sale now.

You can also catch Johnny at Nile Rodgers’ Meltdown, Roskilde, Mad Cool, Nos Alive, Pukkelpop, Lowlands and more over the summer.

Check out his recent single ‘Armatopia’ below. Speaking of the track, he says: “Armatopia is the odd state we find the ecology and ourselves in today. Have those in control made people feel like there’s only one thing left they can do? ‘We’re smoking till we burn out’, so we dance and party. It’s Eco-Disco for 2019.”

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