Thursday, 2 September 2010

Arcade Fire announced two dates for O2 Arena

Arcade Fire Drummer has declared the group are frightened they could not be "connect" with fans on their arena tour.

Arcade Fire have always had an classic sound, moving further than indie rock and into the kingdom of Bruce.

The group's new album 'The Suburbs' has prompted a period of change. Arcade Fire is now getting success not only in British but also at Statesideas well.

Yet this achievement means that more force is mass on their upcoming UK tour. Arcade Fire are set to play some of the biggest headline dates of their career so far, travelling the length of the country.

Fresh from playing Reading and Leeds, Arcade Fire have become used to massive audiences.

The group are due to play two nights at the O2 Arena in London, on December 1st and 2nd. "From what we hear the O2 (Arena) is already set up to be a great show. As long as we can play well it'll be a good night."

Arcade Fire are due to play the following shows:

1 London O2 Arena
2 London O2 Arena
8 Cardiff Arena
11 Manchester Central
12 Glasgow SECC