The Wombats announce massive 2018 UK tour

The Wombats have stormed back onto the scene with their brand new single “Lemon to a Knife Fight” alongside a full UK tour in March. Amongst other cities, the band will play the O2 Institute on the 23rd March 2018 in support of their upcoming fourth album entitled “Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life”, the follow up to the widely acclaimed 2015 release “Glitterbug”.

Expect a show filled with nostalgic indie jams and infectious numbers that are guaranteed to get the whole floor moving.

Tickets go on sale this Friday 17th November here.

Full list of dates as follows:

March 2018

16 – The Great Hall, Cardiff
17 – O2 Academy, Sheffield
19 – Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen
20 – O2 Academy, Newcastle
21 – Rock City, Nottingham
23 – O2 Institute, Birmingham
24 – Manchester Academy, Manchester
25 – UEA, Norwich
27 – Alexandra Palaca, London
28 – O2 Academy, Bristol
29 – O2 Guildhall, Southampton

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Kieran Raza

Media and Communications student with a passion for music and discovering new artists. 90% of the time you'll find me at a gig. I listen to a really wide range of artists such as The 1975, Two Door Cinema Club, Bombay Bicycle Club, Ed Sheeran, Disclosure, Lorde, Florence and The Machine, Ben Howard, as well as a tonne of pop music like Taylor Swift and Ellie Goulding.