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November 2018
On the road

Dream State have announced a ridiculously long 2019 headline tour

So. Long.
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Published: 3:54 pm, November 07, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
Dream State have announced a ridiculously long 2019 headline tour

Rock newcomers Dream State have confirmed loads of shows for early next year.

Their biggest ever UK headline tour, the band - who are currently working on their debut album -will kick off in Bristol at The Exchange on 23rd March.

"We are really stoked about this tour!” says CJ. “It’s our biggest headline tour yet and we are excited to see all the fans again. We’re hitting a few new places, so we hope to expand the team a bit more and just have a good time. We will be dropping a lot of new music so can’t wait to express these new songs on the stage."

They’ll play:

MARCH
23 Bristol - Exchange
24 Exeter - Cavern
26 Plymouth - The Junction
27 Southampton - Joiners
28 Reading - Face Bar
29 Tunbridge Wells - Forum

APRIL
1 Guildford - Boileroom
2 Oxford - Bullingdon
3 Peterborough - Met Lounge
4 Birmingham - Flapper
6 Blackpool - Bootleg Social
7 Manchester - Deaf Institute
9 Glasgow - King Tuts
10 Aberdeen - Krakatoa
11 Edinburgh - Sneaky Petes
12 Newcastle - Think Tank
14 Leeds - Key Club
15 Hull - Welly
16 Nottingham - Rock City Basement
17 London - Underworld
19 Norwich - Waterfront Studio
20 Milton Keynes - Craufurd Arms
21 Brighton - Hope & Ruin
22 Cardiff - Clwb Ifor Bach

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