saxon-5379After crowd-rocking performances at the Golden Gods awards, Sonisphere and Bloodstock, not to mention Biff’s special guest performance with Metallica in Paris in April, Britain’s favourite metallers, SAXON, will headline a 7-date UK tour in November.

Biff and the boys continue to delight their long-standing fans, as well as acquire a loyal following from a whole new generation.

Of their massive resurgence, lead-singer Biff Byford says: “Things are going really well and these shows will be a great end to a fantastic year – and feel free to send us your set list ideas.”

SAXON will be joined by special guests ANVIL and SUIDAKRA. Full details for the November tour are:

Date City Venue Tickets Doors Box Office
Weds, 4th Nov Whitehaven Civic Hall £17.50 7.:30 pm 01946 514 960
Thurs, 5th Nov Middlesbrough Empire £17.50 7:30 pm 01642 253 553
Fri, 6th Nov Edinburgh Picturehouse £17.50 7:00 pm 0844 847 1740
Sat, 7th Nov Birmingham NEC (Hellfire Festival)
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Sun, 8th Nov London Koko £18.50 7:00 pm 0871 230 5595
Mon, 9th Nov Nottingham Rock City £17.50 7:30 pm 0871 310 0000
Tues, 10th Nov Leeds Academy £17.50 7:00 pm 0844 477 2000

All tickets are subject to booking fee. Book online at (Middlesborough, Hellfire Festival, London, Nottingham) (Whitehaven, Edinburgh, Leeds).

Saxon are: Biff Byford on vocals; Paul Quinn – guitar; Doug Scarratt – guitar; Nibbs Carter – bass and drummer, Nigel Glockler.

SAXON are true heavy metal heroes. Their story is a classic rock’n’roll saga: five friends from the backstreets of Yorkshire setting out to take on the world. The resulting chart glory, band infighting, full-on rock’n’roll excess, ensures their dramatic tale will become part of heavy metal history. A documentary: “Heavy Metal Thunder” is now in production for release in November and can be pre-ordered The film features not on only contributions from Saxon past & present, but from the likes of Metallica, Motörhead, Harvey Goldsmith and many more. It will also feature plenty of rare archive material and unseen concert footage.