Snow Patrol will play a THIRD exclusive Dundee show due to high demand.
The band, who formed in the city, will perform special acoustic sets at Church in Ward Road on Sunday June 10.
Broughty Ferry record shop Assai Records are behind the event and announced soon after the first show was revealed it had sold out.
A second show was then revealed which also quickly sold out.
Now a third show in just a matter of four hours for the hit band has been announced.
❗️ 3RD SHOW ADDED ❗️Due to phenomenal demand Snow Patrol have added a third acoustic show! Grab yours now at:…
Tickets are available from Assai Records online or in person from the King Street shop.
A special bundle, including a copy of Snow Patrol’s new album Wildness and entry to the show is priced at £16.
Those just looking to attend the show can buy a ticket for £11.
The band, who were founded at the University of Dundee in 1993, are heading for their first UK number one album in 12 years.
Initially an indie rock band, they rose to prominence in the early-mid 2000s as part of the post-Britpop movement.
Since the release of their major-label debut album Final Straw in 2003, the band have sold over 13 million records worldwide.
The group currnetly comprise of lead singer Gary Lightbody, drummer Jonny Quinn, guitarist Nathan Connolly, bassist Paul Wilson and guitarist Johnny McDaid.