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Head along to the band's London date, with Get Inuit and Kagoule in support.
Published: 2:11 pm, October 25, 2016
Win a pair of tickets for Spring King at Koko, plus a signed vinyl and tote bag
Dork’s inaugural cover stars, Spring King are currently off on a pretty epic tour in support of debut album ‘Tell Me If You Like To’, that sees them joined by a bunch of our favourite bands.

They’ve already played shows with The Magic Gang and The Big Moon, and now have a handful left with Kagoule and Get Inuit - including a final stop at London’s Koko this Friday, 28th October.

Not picked up your tickets yet? Fear not - we’ve a pair to give away, plus a signed vinyl and tote bag too. To be in with a chance of winning them, simply enter via the widget below. The competition will close at 6pm on Wednesday, 26th October.

Win a pair of tickets for Spring King at Koko, plus a signed vinyl and tote bag


Spring King’s remaining tour dates are as follows:

OCTOBER
25 PORTSMOUTH Wedgwood Rooms (w/ Kagoule)
26 BRISTOL Thekla (w/ Kagoule + Get Inuit)
27 BRIGHTON Concorde2 (w/ Kagoule + Get Inuit)
28 LONDON KOKO (w/ Kagoule + Get Inuit)

Tickets are on sale now, grab yours here.

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