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Sports Team are bussing their fans to Margate again for their second annual shindig

The Rhythm Method and Walt Disco are joining them.
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Published: 10:53 am, July 16, 2019
Sports Team are bussing their fans to Margate again for their second annual shindig

Sports Team are heading to Margate this summer for another day out with fans.

Following on from last year’s event, the band are once again putting on a bus for a day of fun at the seaside, this time with help from The Rhythm Method and Walt Disco, plus DJ sets from Wolf Alice, Ugly, Whenyoung and Lady Bird too.

Taking place on 16th August, and departing from Liverpool Street in London, free tickets will be available via ballot - visit sportsteamband.com for all the info and check out their latest single, 'Here It Comes Again', below.

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