UK rockers TAX THE HEAT have announced a set of UK tour dates, commencing towards the end of March this year.
Following the release of their debut album Fed To The Lions last year, TAX THE HEAT bombarded the live stage in shows and festivals across Europe and the UK last year. The band are bringing their fusion of blues and rock ’n’ roll back to the stage this Spring, with shows kicking off in Glasgow on March 30th and ending in Bristol on May 5th. In the first three dates that have been announced, TAX THE HEAT will be performing as guests for Swedish rockers ROYAL REPUBLIC. Tour dates are as follows:
-March 30th – Glasgow, Garage (Guests to ROYAL REPUBLIC)
-March 31st – Manchester, Academy 2 (Guests to ROYAL REPUBLIC)
-April 1st – London, Electric Ballroom (Guests to ROYAL REPUBLIC)
-April 19th – Southampton, Joiners
-April 20th – Nottingham, Bodega
-April 21st Wolverhampton, Slade Rooms
-April 24th Sheffield, Corporation
-April 26th Newcastle, Think Tank Underground
-May 5th Bristol, Thekla
Tickets for the show are available to purchase from February 17th.
Fed To The Lions is out now via Nuclear Blast Records.
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