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Win Tickets To See Theme Park In London

Wednesday, 12 April 2017 Written by Jon Stickler

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Theme Park begin a series of headline shows at the start of May and Stereoboard are giving you the chance to win one of five pairs of tickets we have to the opening night of the tour in London. 

The London band will accompany the May 5 release of their new album, 'Is This How It Starts?', the follow up to their 2013's self-titled debut, with shows at Hackney's Oslo, Manchester's Soup Kitchen, Glasgow's Hug and Pint, Leeds' Brudenell Games Room and the Exchange in Bristol.

Check out the video accompany the single, I'll Do Anything, below.

Theme Park Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue May 09 2017 - LONDON London Oslo
Wed May 10 2017 - MANCHESTER Soup Kitchen
Thu May 11 2017 - GLASGOW Hug And Pint
Fri May 12 2017 - LEEDS Brudenell Games Room
Sat May 13 2017 - BRISTOL Exchange

Click here to compare & buy Theme Park Tickets at Stereoboard.com.

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