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Reverend and the Makers at Glasgow SWG3

Reverend and the Makers tour dates and tickets
Reverend and the Makers are an English dance rock band from Sheffield, consisting of Jon McClure, Ed Cosens, Laura McClure, Joe Carnall and Ryan Jenkinson.

Reverend and the Makers will be performing 1 event in Glasgow on Wednesday 21st April 2021 at the SWG3.

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Reverend And The Makers in Glasgow - Ticket Options

Wednesday 21st April 2021 Glasgow, UK UK
Stereoboard Official Site
Official
Propaganda Live Tour Rescheduled date. With Reverend and the Makers, the Futureheads and the Holloways
Glasgow, SWG3
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£27.50
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Stereoboard Official Site
Official
Reverend and the Makers Rescheduled date. Propaganda Live Tour with the Futureheads and the Holloways
Glasgow, SWG3
from
£27.50
inc fees
No Official Ticket Sellers Listed
Please Try Venue
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Address: Glasgow SWG3, 100 Eastvale Place, Glasgow, G3 8QG
Telephone: 0141 357 7246
Venue Capacity: 1220
SWG3 is a multipurpose arts and entertainment venue based on Eastvale Place in Glasgow. Used as a location for bands, singers, DJs, producers, and acts to perform music, comedians to entertain, and artists to exhibition their work, it also facilitates studio space to aspiring musicians and people ranging from photographers to visual artists and many other creative workers.