Inhaler Announce Empress Ballroom Show

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When your father is in one of the biggest bands in the world, some may see it as a looming shadow and obstacle when paving your own way in the music industry and becoming established as an artist in your own right.

However for Eli Hewson and his band, Inhaler, the story is that of an incredible, fast-paced rise, possessing a distinctive sound in one of the most difficult genres to stand out in today.

Now, following two critically acclaimed albums and a main stage slot at this year’s Reading & Leeds Festival, Inhaler are ready to embark on the final legs of their 2023 UK tour.

London and Glasgow dates went on sale recently, with two nights at the Barrowlands and a Saturday night Troxy show already sold out.

And now due to popular demand, the Dublin group have today added a new northern date at the iconic Empress Ballroom in Blackpool.

A venue that has recently played host to memorable nights for the likes of Foals and The Lathums, it promises to be a landmark show for the four-piece as the Cuts & Bruises tour comes to an end in November.

Thursday 2nd November is the date for the Blackpool gig, and you can get your hands on tickets this Friday at 09:30. Support on the night will come from Seb Lowe and Neon Waltz.

Full dates are listed below, head to the INHALER website for more information.

Tues 31st October             London        O2 Forum Kentish Town
Weds 1st November         London        O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
Thurs 2nd November        Blackpool    Empress Ballroom
Sat 4th November             London        Troxy – SOLD OUT
Mon 6th November           Glasgow      Barrowland – SOLD OUT
Tues 7th November           Glasgow      Barrowland – SOLD OUT

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