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Beabadoobee, No Rome and Oscar Lang are set to head out on the road

The Dirty Hit tour is hitting a venue near you this November and December.
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Published: 9:50 am, October 07, 2019
Beabadoobee, No Rome and Oscar Lang are set to head out on the road

Beabadoobee, No Rome and Oscar Lang are set to head out on tour this November and December.

The trio will join forces for the Dirty Hit tour, the second UK run from the festival who are also home to The 1975, Wolf Alice, The Japanese House and King Nun.

Kicking off on 26th November in Cambridge, they'll call off in Norwich, Brighton, Southampton, Exeter, Plymouth, Bournemouth, Cardiff, Bristol, Birmingham, Oxford, Nottingham, Stone-on-Trend, Liverpool, Sheffield, Leeds, Newcastle, Glashow and Manchester before finishing up at London's Dome on 20th December. Right in time for Christmas.

Tickets for the tour go on sale at 9am on Friday, 11th October.

The dates read:

NOVEMBER
26 - Cambridge, UK - The Portland Arms
27 - Norwich, UK - The Waterfront
28 - Brighton, UK - Patterns
30 - Southampton, UK - The Joiners

DECEMBER
1 - Exeter, UK - The Cavern
2 - Plymouth, UK - The Junction
3 - Bournemouth, UK - The Anvil
5 - Cardiff, UK - The Globe
6 - Bristol, UK - The Louisiana
7 - Birmingham, UK - The Castle and Falcon
9 - Oxford, UK - The Bullingdon
10 - Nottingham, UK - The Bodega Social Club
11 - Stoke On Trent, UK - The Sugarmill
12 - Liverpool, UK - Arts Club
14 - Sheffield, UK - The Leadmill
15 - Leeds, UK - The Key Club
16 - Newcastle, UK - The Think Tank
17 - Glasgow - King Tuts Wah Wah Hut
18 - Manchester, UK - The Deaf Institute
20 - London, UK - The Dome

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