Simple Minds, the Scottish band formed back in the 1970s who have sold over 60 million albums worldwide, are embarking on a tour of the United Kingdom in 2013 in advance of the release of their Greatest Hits package also scheduled to drop in March 2013.

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Called the “Simple Minds – Greatest Hits + U.K. Tour,” the trek will kick off on March 28 in Belfast and will visit cities such as Aberdeen, Brighton, Plymouth, Nottingham, Margate, Liverpool, Reading, Sheffield, Oxford, and Bristol before wrapping up on May 4 in Ipswich.

Tickets for the tour went on sale this past Friday. We have the details for the best deals on all Simple Minds tickets on the secondary market right here at SeatGeek.

Simple Minds Tickets & Tour Dates 2012-2013

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Kings Park Perth, Australia
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Rochford Wines Coldstream, Australia
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Hordern Pavilion Sydney, Australia
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Bimbadgen Winery Pokolbin, Australia
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Sirromet Wines Brisbane, Australia
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Colosseum Theater Essen Essen, Germany
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Meistersingerhalle Nurnberg Nuremberg, Germany
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Admiral Palace Berlin, Germany
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KKL Luzern Lucerne, Switzerland
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Teatro Colosseo Torino, Italy
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Teatro Europauditorium Bologna, Italy
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Teatro degli Arcimboldi Milan, Italy
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Auditori Forum Barcelona, Spain
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Le Grand Rex Paris, France
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Theatre Carre Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Caird Hall Dundee, UK
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Glasgow Royal Concert Hall Glasgow, UK
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Sage Gateshead Gateshead, UK
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Symphony Hall Birmingham, UK
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Liverpool Philharmonic Hall Liverpool, UK
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Bridgewater Hall Manchester, UK
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The Spa Bridlington Bridlington, UK
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Nottingham Royal Concert Hall Nottingham, UK
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London Palladium London, UK
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Colston Hall Bristol, UK
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St Davids Hall Cardiff, UK
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Mayflower Theatre Southampton, UK
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Lighthouse Poole, UK
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Brighton Dome Brighton, UK
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Theatre Royal Drury Lane London, UK

Simple Minds – “Don’t You Forget About Me”

Image courtesy of Flickr user Alexandre Cardoso