DMA’s extend UK & Ireland tour with new dates

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Due to phenomenal ticket demand DMA’s have added six new dates to their massive UK and Ireland tour starting in November. The tour follows on from the release of their Live At Brixton album in March and their critically acclaimed third album The Glow, which was released in July 2020 to critical acclaim. All tour dates can be found below.

Like many artists, DMA’s very forced to put their touring plans on hold in 2020. With live music slowly returning, the trio (who become a six piece on stage) are eager to finally play songs from The Glow live as well as all time favourites. The boys commented:

We’re gutted that we aren’t able to come over and play the UK this summer. We’d been trying to make it work and were all ready to go, but the recent festival situation means it’s no longer feasible. We really appreciate some of you have been holding tickets for well over a year, and we hope you agree that rather than wait yet another year we move the summer headline shows onto our autumn tour and into some great indoor venues. This way we get to see you a whole lot sooner! Thank you for your patience and we can’t wait to get over in October.

The tour will kick off in Greenock on October 17th and will stop at Edinburgh, Newcastle, Sheffield, Leeds and London among others. These shows will be the trio’s first since their sold-out gig at the O2 Academy Brixton in March 2020 which was releases as the live album Live At Brixton which was released in March 2021. Tickets are available here* for all shows, with tickets for the newly added gig going live on July 30th, 9 AM.

DMA’s 2021 tour dates

  • OCTOBER 17th – Greenock, Town Hall (JUST ADDED)
  • OCTOBER 18th – Edinburgh, Corn Exchange
  • OCTOBER 19th – Edinburgh, Corn Exchange
  • OCTOBER 21st – Norwich, UEA
  • OCTOBER 22nd – Hull, Bonus Arena
  • OCTOBER 23rd – Newcastle, Hit The North Festival
  • OCTOBER 25th – Southampton, O2 Guildhall
  • OCTOBER 27th – Bath, Pavilion
  • OCTOBER 29th – London, Alexandra Palace
  • OCTOBER 30th – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
  • NOVEMBER 1st – Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse
  • NOVEMBER 2nd – Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse
  • NOVEMBER 3rd – Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse
  • NOVEMBER 5th – Portsmouth, Guildhall (JUST ADDED)
  • NOVEMBER 6th – Cardiff, The Great Hall (JUST ADDED)
  • NOVEMBER 7th – Sheffield, O2 Academy (JUST ADDED)
  • NOVEMBER. 8th – Birmingham, O2 Academy (JUST ADDED)
  • NOVEMBER 10th – Leeds, O2 Academy
  • NOVEMBER 11th – Leeds, O2 Academy
  • NOVEMBER 13th – Dublin, Academy
  • NOVEMBER 14th – Dublin, Academy
  • NOVEMBER 16th – Belfast, Limelight (JUST ADDED)
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Deborah Jacobs

Music blogger by night, SEO by day. Started Indie is not a Genre in 2011, will always prefer live music over recordings and intimate pub gigs over arena shows.

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