Fans in the United Kingdom will be happy to hear the news that Alter Bridge – who are essentially Creed without Scott Stapp – has announced a six-concert UK tour slated for October. Alter Bridge is currently working on their fourth album, which has been unofficially titled, ABIV. Myles Kennedy informed fans via Twitter that the album was almost ready for pre-production, ensuring a release to coincide with the tour. A tour which will include another stop at Wembly Arena in London, the site at which the band recorded a DVD just 18 months ago.
The Capital FM Arena in Nottingham, will play host to the first show on October 16. The following two nights will include concerts at the NIA in Birmingham, as well as the show in London. October 19 will be used as a rest day before having three shows in three nights to conclude the week-long stay. The Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff will host the next stop, followed by The Hydro in Glasgow. Alter Bridge’s final UK concert is on October 22, at the Manchester Arena. Stay tuned to SeatGeek for further updates on the tour.