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Muna are supporting The 1975 for two shows this November

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Published: 5:14 pm, September 17, 2019
Muna are supporting The 1975 for two shows this November

Previous Dork cover alumni assemble! Yep, two of our very favourite bands are set to team up for a couple of shows Stateside.

Muna will be joining The 1975 for two dates in Camden, NJ this November.

"So thrilled to announce that the best band in the world (us) are opening up for the other best band in the world, The 1975 for two shows in November in Camden, NJ," Muna tweeted. "This is what dreams are made of. See you there."

The dates take place at the BB&T Pavilion on 16th and 17th November. Tickets are already sold out. We're just really excited.

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