RavenEye Tickets, Tour Dates & Concerts 2018

RavenEye tour dates and tickets
RavenEye are a British hard rock band from Milton Keynes, consisting of guitarist Oli Brown, bass player Aaron Spiers and Adam Breeze on drums.

Formed in 2014, the band released their debut EP, ‘Breaking Out’, in 2015, following it up with 'Nova' in 2016.

The band have headlined their own shows and tours across the UK and have supported Joe Satriani, Blues Pills, Deep Purple, Slash and Last Fair Deal.

RavenEye have announced plans to tour the UK in early 2018 - having lined up 15 shows which kick off on January 20 in Norwich before stops in Wolverhampton, Stoke, Manchester, Leeds, Sunderland, Bristol, Brighton, London, Southampton, Cardiff, Dublin, Belfast and Glasgow, culminating on February 12 in Edinburgh. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.

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