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Bury Tomorrow Announce Huge UK/European Tour

Bury Tomorrow have announced a 30-date tour of the UK and Europe for 2021

Bury Tomorrow have unveiled details of a whopping 30-date tour for autumn/winter 2021.

With all major touring activity seemingly ceased for the rest of 2020, Bury Tomorrow are playing it safe by scheduling their live plans for over a year’s time.

Kicking off in Brighton, UK, on November 12, the mammoth continental trek culminates on December 18 in Munster, Germany. Fellow metalcore merchants August Burns Red, Miss May I and Thornhill will be joining the Southampton crew.

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Earlier this year, Bury Tomorrow released their sixth studio album Cannibal, but haven’t been able to tour it. This will be the first time the band have performed the majority of these new tracks live to anyone.

In such a crazy year, we are immensely proud of the success Cannibal has had and continues to have,” says vocalist Dani Winter-Bates. “We are sure that, like us, our fans and fans of live music in general are so excited to be able to return to what connects us the most: shows, festivals and gigs.

We are excited to announce our new headline tour for next year playing some of our favourite places to play and giving us all something amazing to look forward to. We are stoked to be doing this run with the phenomenal August Burns Red, a band that all five members respect and enjoy musically. This is truly one not to miss!”

Tickets go on sale September 18 at 9am.

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Posted on September 14th 2020, 10:30am
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