Morrissey snubs hometown on UK tour

By Duarte Garrido, Entertainment Reporter
Morrissey has announced his first full UK tour since 2015 - but has caused a stir by leaving out his hometown.
It appears the man who once sang "Oh Manchester, so much to answer for" still holds a grudge against the city following the announcement on his recently created Twitter page.
The former Smiths frontman published a video to reveal shows in Aberdeen, Glasgow, Newcastle, Leeds, Birmingham, Brighton and London's Royal Albert Hall and Alexandra Palace.He will also play the 3Arena in Dublin.:: Morrissey joins Twitter - what can we expect?UK TOUR ANNOUNCED. Pre-order Low In High School on @amazonmusic now through Sunday to get access to presale tickets— Morrissey (@officialmoz) October 27, 2017
"Come on Stephen, where's the Manchester date?" one fan asked, followed by many others who criticised the singer for failing to book a slot in the northern city."Since when is Dublin part of the UK?" another fan asked.
Morrissey is said to have homes in Los Angeles, Rome, Switzerland and the UK.The tour is set to promote his first studio album since the 2014 World Peace Is None Of Your Business.Low In High School is set to be released in late November, but fans who pre-order the album on Amazon before 11.59pm on Friday will receive access to tickets to UK shows before they go on general sale.Like Frank Ocean and Kanye West before him, Morrissey will throw two previously announced pop-up shops to celebrate the album's release.One will be in Camden in London and the other in West Hollywood, Los Angeles.Tickets for UK shows will go on sale on 3 November at 10am with priority access from 1 November.
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