THE WOMBATS Announce Sold Out L.A. Show Livestream via VEEP “The Wombats – Live From The Wiltern” on 2/25

The Wombats are currently criss-crossing the United States in support of their just-released  new studio album, Fix Yourself, Not The World. They have been playing their set – which features songs off the new LP as well as old-fan favorites including the certified gold and TikTok hit “Greek Tragedy” – to packed rooms in New York, Boston and Chicago, among other cities.  Today the band are exited to announce “The Wombats Live from The Wiltern” on February 25 – a live-stream of their upcoming Los Anglees, show which is also the final stop on the U.S. tour.  With a fan base that stretches far wider than the U.K. and U.S. tour hotspots, the livestream is a way for fans around the world to experience the show especially at a time when traveling to a gig is difficult for many. The ticket will also include an exclusive 15% discount on merch items for fans to deck themselves out in The Wombats tour gear. The stream will air at 7:55pm PT will be made available for 24 hours.  Tickets are $15 and are on-sale now here: https://thewombatsofficial.veeps.com/.

Fix Yourself, Not The World is already being lauded by fans and critics alike, the most exciting chapter in the story of one of Britain’s most adored bands is well and truly underway.

Wombats North American Dates:

Feb 3 – Park West – Chicago, IL

Feb 4 – The Fillmore – Minneapolis, MN

February 7 – Cannery, Nashville, TN

February 8 – Buckhead, Atlanta, GA

February 10 – House of Blues, Houston, TX

February 11 – Emo’s, Austin, TX

February 12 – House of Blues, Dallas, TX

February 14 – Ogden, Denver, CO

February 15 – Union, Salt Lake City, UT

February 17 – Showbox Market, Seattle, WA SOLD OUT

February 19 – Revolution Hall, Portland, OR

February 21 – The Regency, San Francisco, CA

February 22 – The Observatory, Santa Ana, CA

February 25 – The Wiltern, Los Angeles, CA

European/UK Tour Dates:

April 14  – First Direct Arena, Leeds

April 15  – The O2, London

April 16  – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff

April 18  – Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow

April 22  – Mountford Hall, Liverpool

April 23  – Mountford Hall, Liverpool

April 29  – La Machine Du Moulin Rouge, Paris (France)

May 1  – Carlswerk Victoria, Cologne (Germany)

May 2  – Übel & Gefährlich, Hamburg (Germany)

May 4  – Slaktkyrkan, Stockholm (Sweden)

May 5  – Rockefeller Music Hall, Oslo (Norway)

May 6  – DR Koncerthuset, Copenhagen (Denmark)

May 7  – Huxley’s Neue Welt, Berlin (Germany)

May 9  – Gasometer, Vienna (Austria)

May 10  – Backstage Werk, Munich (Germany)

May 12  – Estragon, Bologna (Italy)

May 13  – Fabrique, Milan (Italy)

May 14  – Komplex 457, Zurich (Switzerland)

May 16  – De Roma, Antwerp (Belgium)

May 17  – Paradiso, Amsterdam (Netherlands)

May 18  – De Oosterpoort, Groningen (Netherlands)

May 19  – TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht (Netherlands)

May 26  – Open Air Theatre, Scarborough

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