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Florida rockers A Day To Remember have announced a handful of UK headline shows, scheduled for May 2020.
The band, who release their new album You’re Welcome this year, will be joined by Canadian-American singer-songwriter grandson on all dates.
23 May 2020 – Hatfield Park, Hatfield
24 May 2020 – Temple Newsam, Leeds
25 May 2020 – SSE Hydro, Glasgow
27 May 2020 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
28 May 2020 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
Two of the newly announced shows will see A Day To Remember perform in huge outdoor venues, presented by Slam Dunk Festival and taking to the event’s same locations.
They’ll see the band headline at Hatfield Park – home of Slam Dunk South – on Saturday 23 May 2020, and at Temple Newsam in Leeds – home of Slam Dunk North – the following day.
The tour will also see A Day To Remember and grandson take to venues in Glasgow, Cardiff and Nottingham.
A Day To Remember released their And Their Name Was Treason debut in 2005, breaking through into the mainstream with 2009’s acclaimed Homesick.
The record features long-standing fan favourites The Downfall Of Us All and Have Faith In Me.
Their 2010 follow-up What Separates You From Me introduced fans to live staple All I Want, alongside All Signs Point To Fort Lauderdale and It’s Complicated.
A Day To Remember have released six studio albums to date, with their seventh – You’re Welcome – set to drop through Fueled By Ramen later this year.
Tickets to see A Day To Remember in Hatfield, Leeds, Glasgow, Cardiff and Nottingham will be available from 10:00 on Friday 7 February 2020 through Ticketmaster.co.uk.