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Camp Cope Announce September UK Tour

Wednesday, 24 July 2019 Written by Laura Johnson

Camp Cope will return to the UK this autumn.

The Australian band have lined up shows in Bristol, Cardiff, Newcastle, Glasgow, Leeds, Birmingham, London, Manchester, Nottingham, Brighton and Southampton between September 17 and 29.

Support will come from special guests Witching Waves, a DIY post-punk band from London. Tickets are on sale now, with prices starting from £11.00 including fees.

Camp Cope's last album was 2018's 'How to Socialise & Make Friends', which picked up four and a half out of five stars from us.

Camp Cope Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue September 17 2019 - BRISTOL Exchange
Wed September 18 2019 - CARDIFF Clwb Ifor Bach
Thu September 19 2019 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Star and Shadow Cinema
Fri September 20 2019 - GLASGOW Slay
Sun September 22 2019 - LEEDS Brudenell Social Club
Mon September 23 2019 - BIRMINGHAM Hare and Hounds
Tue September 24 2019 - LONDON Islington Assembly Hall
Wed September 25 2019 - MANCHESTER Gorilla
Thu September 26 2019 - NOTTINGHAM Metronome
Sat September 28 2019 - BRIGHTON Haunt
Sun September 29 2019 - SOUTHAMPTON Heartbreakers

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