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Britrock Must Be Destroyed Tour – New Dates Added

In a glorious collision of anthemic British rock, three of the most entertaining, feel-good and party-hard bands the UK has ever produced are coming together to wage war on boredom, mediocrity and probably each other across the UK next May. Following huge demand, Reef, The Wildhearts and Terrorvision, will now be devastating venues, and no doubt livers as well, for three extra nights in Leeds, Bristol and Portsmouth at the end of May. The full list of dates on the ‘Britrock Must Be Destroyed’ tour can be found below.
Tickets for these shows will be available to buy on Saturday 9th December at 9am here.

As Tony Wright of Terrorvision states; “It’s going to be great to find out what was going on in the 90s and what it sounded like. I’ve seen the pics and so I know we were there – but to experience it first-hand will be ace!”

Reef’s Gary Stringer enthuses; “Really amped to be hitting the road this May and joining up with the guys from Terrorvision and The Wildhearts, it’s gonna be a blast!  See you there, happy days.” 

While Ginger of The Wildhearts throws down the challenge; “We are honoured to be a part of this legendary tour. Mainly because it means that we’re still alive, but also because it gives us a chance to prove that we were always the best band of this whole bunch.” 

FRIDAY MAY 4TH– ACADEMY 1, MANCHESTER
SATURDAY MAY 5TH– DIGBETH ARENA, BIRMINGHAM
SUNDAY MAY 6TH – EVENTIM APOLLO, HAMMERSMITH
SATURDAY MAY 19TH – O2 ACADEMY, GLASGOW
SUNDAY MAY 20TH – O2 ACADEMY, NEWCASTLENew dates added:
THURSDAY MAY 24TH – O2 ACADEMY, LEEDS
FRIDAY MAY 25TH– MOTION, BRISTOL
SATURDAY MAY 26TH – GUILDHALL, PORTSMOUTH

Place Your Hands high, drink Tequila, neck a Caffeine Bomb and find out which heavyweight champion will crush the opposition. Pick sides as Britrock Must Be Destroyed!!

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