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Aldous Harding And Thurston Moore Among Acts Confirmed For Mac DeMarco's Dreamland Margate Show

Thursday, 02 May 2019 Written by Laura Johnson

The line up has been announced for Mac DeMarco's show at Margate's Dreamland.

Joining the Canadian singer-songwriter on his Mac DeMarco Will See You Now... bill on June 29 are Aldous Harding, Thurston Moore, Yellow Days, Tirzah, Amyl and the Sniffers, Girl Ray, Kirin J Callinan and Blueprint Blue. Tickets are on sale now, priced from £36.00 plus fees.

DeMarco, who is set to release ‘Here Comes The Cowboy’ on May 10, also appears at All Points East in London, Glasgow's Kelvingrove Bandstand, the Piece Hall in Halifax, and Iveagh Gardens in Dublin this summer, with a huge North American tour lined up later in the year.

Mac Demarco Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed June 26 2019 - GLASGOW Kelvingrove Bandstand
Thu June 27 2019 - HALIFAX Piece Hall
Sat June 29 2019 - MARGATE Dreamland
Sun July 14 2019 - DUBLIN Iveagh Gardens

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