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Dream Evil UK Tour

Postby bloodofthekings » Tue Jun 16, 2020 5:01 pm

11th March 2021 - KK Steel Mill, Wolverhampton
12th March 2021 - Rebellion, Manchester
13th March 2021 - HRH Spring Break, Great Yarmouth
14th March 2021 - Underworld, London

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Re: Dream Evil UK Tour

Postby gazsetsfire » Tue Jun 16, 2020 6:30 pm

All over the London date...... been a long time coming

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Re: Dream Evil UK Tour

Postby gazsetsfire » Tue Jun 16, 2020 6:33 pm

Double bonus..... just seen striker are supporting too!

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Re: Dream Evil UK Tour

Postby Bearintown » Tue Jun 16, 2020 9:39 pm

Great its been tooo long

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Re: Dream Evil UK Tour

Postby Black Wizard » Wed Jun 17, 2020 5:26 am

I think I saw these guys supporting Hammerfall in 2010 in tiny, crappy Glasgow venue called The Cathouse.

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Re: Dream Evil UK Tour

Postby i0th2 » Wed Jun 17, 2020 8:16 am

Still never seen Dream Evil and though I prefer their older stuff with Gus G and Snowy Shaw still a band I really want to see. If I can't get HRH Spring break to work then it's gotta be Manchester.

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Re: Dream Evil UK Tour

Postby bloodofthekings » Wed Jun 17, 2020 9:43 am

i0th2 wrote:Still never seen Dream Evil and though I prefer their older stuff with Gus G and Snowy Shaw still a band I really want to see. If I can't get HRH Spring break to work then it's gotta be Manchester.


Be cautious about that HRH spring break event - that venue in Yarmouth is fucking atrocious and if the event is cancelled due to coronavirus, you won't get your money back, they'll only give you the option of rolling to one of their other events.

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Re: Dream Evil UK Tour

Postby i0th2 » Wed Jun 17, 2020 11:39 am

bloodofthekings wrote:
i0th2 wrote:Still never seen Dream Evil and though I prefer their older stuff with Gus G and Snowy Shaw still a band I really want to see. If I can't get HRH Spring break to work then it's gotta be Manchester.


Be cautious about that HRH spring break event - that venue in Yarmouth is fucking atrocious and if the event is cancelled due to coronavirus, you won't get your money back, they'll only give you the option of rolling to one of their other events.


Never been since they moved to Yarmouth (shame they didn't pick Primrose Valley near Scarborough, much shorter drive for me and I know someone with a caravan on site so free accommodation). Yeah I saw what they did with the previous one, I'm mainly interested because my cousin's band are playing so would be good to show support, see what happens nearer the time.

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Re: Dream Evil UK Tour

Postby zombieman » Wed Jun 17, 2020 2:21 pm

bloodofthekings wrote:
i0th2 wrote:Still never seen Dream Evil and though I prefer their older stuff with Gus G and Snowy Shaw still a band I really want to see. If I can't get HRH Spring break to work then it's gotta be Manchester.


Be cautious about that HRH spring break event - that venue in Yarmouth is fucking atrocious and if the event is cancelled due to coronavirus, you won't get your money back, they'll only give you the option of rolling to one of their other events.


To be fair and I get both sides of the argument it was more than just one event.

Hammerfest 2020 was cancelled and I was given tickets to HRH Goth vs Industrial, HRH Vikings, Hammerfest 2021 and HRH Spring Break.

Which felt like a good option to me, albeit I'm expecting HTH Goth vs Industrial to be cancelled before too long.

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Re: Dream Evil UK Tour

Postby ribbons69 » Thu Jul 02, 2020 8:51 am

Black Wizard wrote:I think I saw these guys supporting Hammerfall in 2010 in tiny, crappy Glasgow venue called The Cathouse.

Aye, saw that tour at the Rescue rooms in Nottingham. Ten years ago? Blimey.
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Re: Dream Evil UK Tour

Postby bloodofthekings » Mon Dec 14, 2020 1:59 pm

Postponed to August 2021 with a couple of extra dates:

25th August - The Fleece, Bristol
26th August - KK Steel Mill, Wolverhampton
27th August - Rebellion, Manchester
28th August - Cathouse, Glasgow
29th August - Underworld, London

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Re: Dream Evil UK Tour

Postby bloodofthekings » Wed May 12, 2021 8:36 am

Postponed again to March 2022, Bristol show has been cancelled.

8th March 2022 - Underworld, London
9th March 2022 - KK Steel Mill, Wolverhampton
10th March 2022 - Cathouse, Glasgow
11th March 2022 - Rebellion, Manchester
12th March 2022 - HRH Spring Break, Great Yarmouth