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Dork’s teaming up with club night Slacker for a three-date tour with The Magic Gang

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Published: 9:00 am, November 28, 2018
Dork’s teaming up with club night Slacker for a three-date tour with The Magic Gang

Dork is teaming up with BBC Radio 1 DJ, Phil Taggart’s club night for a new tour early next year.

The Slacker tour will visit Southampton, Reading and Margate in February, with The Magic Gang showing off their indie-pop tunes as special guest headliners.

“Aren't The Magic Gang one of the best bands in the country? The answer is most definitely yes!” says our Phil. “I’m so happy that the planets have aligned, and we can go on a lil’ tour together in February. They are an absolute dreamboat of a band and I can't wait to witness their feverish fans fire stale beer everywhere when we take this party to Southampton, Reading and Margate!”

Catch The Magic Gang live:

FEBRUARY
20 Southampton, Engine Rooms [tickets]
21 Reading, Sub 89 [tickets]
22 Margate, Dreamland, Ballroom [tickets]

Tickets are on sale from 9am on Friday, 30th November.

Dork’s teaming up with club night Slacker for a three-date tour with The Magic Gang

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