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49 Winchester Announce 2024 UK & Ireland Tour

October 24, 2023 10:57 am GMT
Last Edited December 19, 2023 10:51 am GMT

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49 Winchester have unveiled a 2024 UK and Ireland tour, with the much-loved band looking to continue the momentum they've built after supporting Luke Combs on his recent trip across The Pond.

The boys from Virginia will be taking their eclectic array of fan-favourites across Bristol, London, Manchester, Glasgow, Belfast and Dublin towards the end of May next year.

Following a packed-out set at London's Lafayette on Sunday evening (October 22), 49 Winchester will thankfully be playing at a noticeably larger venue in 2024 when they return to the capital, with a show lined up at Camden's KOKO on May 27.

In addition to lighting up the stage at KOKO, 49 Winchester will perform at Bristol's Thekla, Manchester's Club Academy, Glasgow's Garage and Belfast's Limelight 1 and Dublin's 3Olympia Theatre.

Attendees will undoubtedly be hoping to hear the up-and-coming five-piece perform their recently released revamped versions of ‘Everlasting Lover’ and ‘Chemistry’, both of which originally appeared on 49 Winchester's celebrated 2020 album, III.

By the time the band's May and June run of shows across the UK and Ireland comes around, 49 Winchester will hopefully have released another single or two as the anticipation builds ahead of their Fortune Favors The Bold follow-up project.

Tickets are on-sale from Friday, October 27 at 10am local time.

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