Stadium pop band Snow Patrol have announced they are to play a show at Oxford’s New Theatre.

The group, who are more accustomed to playing arenas such as London’s O2, call in at the George Street venue on November 16, playing reimagined versions of songs from their back catalogue as well as new tunes from their upcoming Reworked album.

The Oxford show is among their most intimate dates. The tour starts at the Motorpoint Arena Cardiff and concludes at the Royal Albert Hall.

Tickets go on sale at 10am today from

Fans can also get hold of early tickets by pre-ordering the Reworked album, which includes three new songs as well as 13 re-envisioned tunes and celebrates Snow Patrol's 25th anniversary as a band.

Snow Patrol’s Reworked EP1 is also available now via Polydor Records.

The EP includes rearranged versions of Crack The Shutters, Chocolate and Open Your Eyes, as well as the previously released new song Time Won’t Go Slowly.

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Over a 25 year career, Snow Patrol have carved out a unique place for themselves.

Since their 1998 debut, Songs for Polarbears, the band have racked up an impressive number of critical and commercial accolades including over 17 million global album sales, more than a billion global track streams, five UK Platinum Albums, an Ivor Novello award and have been nominated for a Grammy and Mercury Music Prize.

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Their album Wildness, their first studio album in seven years, was released last year reaching number two in the UK album charts and going gold in the process.

The band recently performed to 35,000 fans in Northern Ireland at their own festival Ward Park 3, which featured a special guest appearance from Bono.

Their hit Chasing Cars was announced by the PPL as the most played song on UK radio of the 21st century.

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Snow Patrol Reworked Tour Dates

  • 13 November /// Cardiff, UK /// Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
  • 14 November /// Plymouth, UK /// Plymouth Pavilions
  • 16 November /// Oxford, UK /// New Theatre Oxford
  • 17 November /// Llandudno, UK /// Venue Cymru
  • 19 November /// Nottingham, UK /// Royal Concert Hall
  • 20 November /// London, UK /// Royal Albert Hall
  • 21 November /// Ipswich, UK /// Regent Theatre
  • 23 November /// Leicester, UK /// De Montfort Hall
  • 24 November /// Brighton, UK /// The Brighton Centre
  • 26 November /// Dublin, Ireland /// Olympia Theatre
  • 28 November /// Belfast, UK /// Waterfront Hall
  • 1 December /// Manchester, UK /// O2 Apollo
  • 2 December /// Edinburgh, UK /// Usher Hall
  • 5 December /// London, UK /// Royal Albert Hall