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Wilson Announce First UK Headline Tour

Watch out, those rockers in Wilson are about to bring one helluva party to the UK in 2016. The band have announced their first ever headline tour on our fine shores…
Wilson Dec 2015

Wilson have announced details of their first ever UK headline tour!

The party rockers will be crash landing in the UK on February 23, 2016 in Wolverhampton with pit stops at Manchester’s Sound Control and London’s Barfly – check out the full tour dates below.

Guitarist Jason Spencer can’t wait to get back here and left this message for the fans: Hey Europe/UK! While sitting here taking a shit, it hit me exactly HOW exciting this tour is going to be for both you and us! It will be the perfect blend of fuckery, rock n’ roll, and all round good times!” Frontman Chad Nicefield echoes the sentiment, saying; We are beside ourselves with excitement to be bringing our stench back across the pond! This will be our first time ever headlining in your neck of the woods and each show is going to feel like the best Friday night on Earth!!

In their excitement the band have released this short video:

Catch Wilson live at the following:


23 Wolverhampton Slade Rooms
24 Liverpool Arts Club
25 Newcastle O2 Academy 2
26 Glasgow Broadcast
27 Leeds Key Club
29 Manchester Sound Control


1 Cambridge Portland Arms
2 London Barfly
3 Southampton Joiners

Wilson Uk Tour

Grab your tickets from the Kerrang! Ticket Store now. 

Posted on December 2nd 2015, 3:45p.m.
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