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September 2019
On the road

Bear's Den have announced a six-date ‘Highlands and Islands’ tour of Scotland

They’re hitting the road in support of their third album ‘So that you might hear me’.
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Published: 10:56 am, July 03, 2019
Bear's Den have announced a six-date ‘Highlands and Islands’ tour of Scotland

Bear’s Den have announced an intimate new tour.

They’re hitting the road in support of their third album ‘So that you might hear me’, performing a six-date ‘Highlands and Islands’ tour of Scotland.

The band explain: “Back in 2014 shortly after we embarked on our first ever headline tour, we took a bit of a detour and travelled up to the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. We didn’t know it at the time, but that trip would be something that helped shape the band in ways we never expected it would.

“Now, 5 years later, with many other tours across the world under our belts, we decided it would be an amazing thing to try and reconnect with those places, and that feeling of being a band on the road, in a van, in the far-flung and stunning Highlands and Islands of Scotland once again.”

The dates read:

AUGUST
11 Sound Archive, Kirkwall, Orkney
12 Bogbain, Inverness
13 An Lanntair, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis
14 OBI, Aviemore
15 The Barn, Banchory
16 Birnam Arts, Dunkeld

They’ll also play a wider UK tour in November, plus festivals over the summer.

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