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The Wildhearts at Glasgow QMU

The Wildhearts tour dates and tickets
The Wildhearts are a British rock band from Newcastle upon Tyne, currently consisting of Ginger, CJ, Ritch Battersby, Scott Sorry and Jon Poole.

The Wildhearts will be performing 1 event in Glasgow on Thursday 30th January 2020 at the QMU.

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The Wildhearts in Glasgow - Ticket Options

Thu Jan 30 2020    (Change Date) Glasgow, UK UK
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The Wildhearts and Backyard Babies
Glasgow, QMU
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The Wildhearts and Backyard Babies and Cky
Glasgow, Queen Margaret Union
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The Wildhearts Co-headline tour with Backyard Babies. Support from CKY.
Glasgow, QMU
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Backyard Babies Co-headline tour with the Wildhearts. Support from CKY.
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Venue Information - Glasgow QMU

QMU 22 University Gardens, Glasgow G12 8QN
Telephone: 0141 339 8525
Venue Capacity: 900
The Queen Margaret Union is a multi-purpose venue and hotspot for students at the University of Glasgow. Founded in the 1890s, it has gone on to serve both students and locals as a place to watch live music and entertainment, as well as to eat, drink, and hang out.