Waterparks have confirmed a big old UK tour for next summer

The run includes a night at London's Brixton Academy.

Waterparks have booked in a new UK tour.

The band – who recently returned with their new single ‘Lowkey As Hell’, following 2019 album ‘FANDOM’ – will hit the road next June and July, with a run that includes a night at London’s Brixton Academy.

Frontman Awsten Knight says: “At the end of 2019 and top of 2020 we were playing shows on the FANDOM Tour that were by far the biggest we’d done yet. Getting to conceptualise and build up production ourselves made it feel more huge and personal than any tour to date.

“However, during this time, we’ve had the opportunity to sit with show ideas and build out the concerts in ways we’d never even imagined before so I’m ready to start making all of that come to life. Also to be real, I’m really so f*cking tired of not playing shows. So come through! Stay safe, wear a mask, wash your hands, and we’ll see you in the future.”

The details are:

24 BRISTOL o2 Academy
25 BIRMINGHAM, o2 Academy
26 LEEDS, o2 Academy
27 MANCHESTER, Academy
29 GLASGOW, o2 Academy
30 NOTTINGHAM, Rock City

01 LONDON, o2 Academy Brixton
04 AMSTERDAM, Melkweg
06 HAMBURG, Uebel & Gefährlich
07 BERLIN, Hole 44
08 WARSAW, Proxima
10 MUNICH, Feierwerk (Hansa 39)
11 COLOGNE, Essigfabrik

Tickets go on sale from Friday 23rd October.

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