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Hobo Johnson Lines Up January UK And Ireland Shows

Monday, 08 October 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Hobo Johnson and the Lovemakers will head to the UK and Ireland as part of the European leg of their Bring Your Mom tour in early 2019.

The Sacramento-based artist, aka Frank Lopes Jr., will be accompanied by his backing band in Bristol, London, Nottingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Dublin between January 22 and 28 with support from Oliver Tree.

In the meantime, head below to view the video for his new single, Father, from his acclaimed full length debut, 'The Rise of Hobo Johnson'. out now.

Hobo Johnson Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue January 22 2019 - BRISTOL O2 Academy Bristol
Wed January 23 2019 - LONDON KOKO
Thu January 24 2019 - NOTTINGHAM Rock City
Sat January 26 2019 - MANCHESTER Academy
Sun January 27 2019 - GLASGOW SWG3
Mon January 28 2019 - DUBLIN Vicar Street

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