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BREAKING! A Day To Remember To Play The Kerrang! Awards

*explodes after having to keep this a secret for so long*

Finally, we can reveal the second band to be playing our awards show… A DAY TO REMEMBER.

Yep, it’s true! The Ocala pop-punks will be joining Asking Alexandria to play the first-ever K! awards live show at the Troxy in London on June 9. And ADTR frontman Jeremy McKinnon seems to be as thrilled with the idea as us.

Expect the unexpected,” warns the singer. We’re kind of known for doing what you least expect, so I’m sure we’ll figure something out. Our paths have crossed with Asking Alexandria at festivals and that sort of thing over the years – there won’t be any rivalry on our part, friendly or otherwise. We just do our thing. It’s also awesome to be nominated. We never expected to do any of these things that we’re doing.” 

Head to the Kerrang! Ticket Store now to get your tickets to this once-in-a-lifetime event.

Check out the poster and nominations below and get voting now!

A Day To Remember Kerrang Awards Poster


WHEN: Thursday, June 9

WHERE: Troxy, 490 Commercial Road, London, E1 0HX


£20 + booking fee for gig entrance only

£25 + booking fee for awards and gig entrance (+ goodie bag)


The Kerrang! Awards 2016 is sponsored by:

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Posted on May 18th 2016, 8:59a.m.
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