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Trudy & The Romance are playing Dork and Pizza For The People’s next Indie Banquet show in Leeds

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Published: 12:16 pm, March 25, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Trudy & The Romance are playing Dork and Pizza For The People’s next Indie Banquet show in Leeds

Dork’s teaming up with Leeds promoters Pizza For The People for their next Indie Banquet show at Wharf Chambers in Leeds.

Following our Christmas extravaganza with Warmduscher and Lumer, the next event will be headlined by Liverpool trio Trudy & The Romance to coincide with the release of their debut album, ‘Sandman’.

Both the show and album release will take place on Friday 24th May. Also on the bill, are buzzy up-and-comers Ugly, L.A Peach and Celestial Green.

PFTP co-founder Julia King says: “We are so excited to be back this year with an incredible line-up and equally as chuffed to be part of Trudy and the Romance’s debut album release. What a way to kick off the late May bank holiday weekend!”

Find out more on the poster below, and keep an eye out for the food traders being announced shortly. Pick up your tickets here.

Trudy & The Romance are playing Dork and Pizza For The People’s next Indie Banquet show in Leeds

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