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BLOSSOMS HEADLINE THE VO5 NME AWARDS TOUR 2017 WITH SUPPORT FROM CABBAGE & RORY WYNNE

The VO5 NME Awards Tour 2017 is gearing up to hit the road in March. Headlined by the NME Award nominated Blossoms, the VO5 NME Awards Tour also features Cabbage and fellow Stockport act Rory Wynne.

 Kicking off on March 16 at Keele University, the VO5 NME Awards Tour will visit 13 cities, coming to a close in Glasgow on April 01. The annual NME Awards Tour is renowned for tipping who will be the next big thing, famously featuring Arctic Monkeys, The Killers, Coldplay, Bloc Party and Florence and the Machine. Speaking of joining the 2017 VO5 NME Awards Tour, the acts said:

BLOSSOMS

“We’re really proud to be a part of such a prestigious tour, and to be in the company of two real, great, bands. That’s what it’s all about.”

CABBAGE

“It is with great honour Cabbage accept this cordial live performance invitation, we shall not let haste in delivering our nuclear music with perseverance and take our sonic organisation one step closer to freedom. Bless you all!”

RORY WYNNE

“It’s a huge honor to be on the first NME tour to feature two acts from Stockport – Blossoms and myself. The town mayor is made-up. As am I!”

The VO5 NME Awards Tour 2017 dates:

 

March 2017

Thursday 16th March – Keele University Ballroom, Staffordshire

Friday 17th March – Liverpool Olympia, Liverpool

Saturday 18th March – Brighton Dome, Brighton

Monday 20th March – Engine Shed, Lincoln

Tuesday 21st March – Lemon Grove, Exeter

Thursday 23rd March – Roundhouse, London

Friday 24th March – O2 Academy Bristol, Bristol

Saturday 25th March – Tramshed, Cardiff

Monday 27th March – The Nick Rayns LCR, Norwich

Wednesday 29th March – O2 Academy Birmingham, Birmingham

Thursday 30th March – O2 Academy Leeds, Leeds

Friday 31st March – O2 Academy Newcastle, Newcastle

 

April 2017
Saturday 1st April – O2 Academy Glasgow, Glasgow

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