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Ida Mae Announce Eight UK Instores Shows

Following the exciting announcement of their album launch show at The Kings Head on July 11th, to continue the celebrations, Ida Mae are pleased to announce eight UK instores in the run up to the release of their debut album, ‘Chasing Lights’, on July 12th. Chris and Stephanie will also play a string of UK festivals this summer including the Black Deer Festival and Larmer Tree Festival.

Ida Mae will play the following UK instores. Tickets on sale now:

June

Tues 18th                    TOTNES, Drift Records

Thurs 20th                   CHELTENHAM, Badlands

Thurs 27th                   BRISTOL, Rough Trade

Fri 28th                        NOTTINGHAM, Forever

Sat 29th                      NEWCASTLE, Reflex

July

Tues 2nd                     NORWICH, Soundclash

Wed 3rd                     SOUTHAMPTON, Vinilo

Sun 14th                     CHESTERFIELD, Tallbird

As well as supporting Greta Van Fleet on their summer US tour and headlining The Kings Head on July 11th, Ida Mae will also play the following UK dates. Tickets for the album launch show on sale now.

June

Fri 21st                         TUNBRIDGE WELLS, Black Deer Festival

July

Thurs 11th                   LONDON, The Kings Head

Thurs 18th                   DORSET, Larmer Tree Festival

Friday 19th                STIRLING, Doune The Rabbit Hole

Sun 21st                      GATESHEAD, Summer Tyne Festival

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