Noughties indie heavyweights, Hard-Fi confirmed their long awaited return last year, performing for Stand Up To Cancer in London and NBHD Festival in Manchester, following their sold out O2 Kentish Town Forum comeback show in October.
Now, they have confirmed their first UK tour in over 10 years, including dates in Leeds, Glasgow, Newcastle, Sheffield, and Liverpool.
The Surrey group played at Victorious Festival to 60,000 people last month to give fans a taste of what they have been missing, and now they have confirmed one of the most exciting names in music as their tour support.
Sunderland‘s rising star, Tom A Smith will be main support on the 13-date nationwide tour this October, capping off an incredible couple of years which have seen him play Glastonbury twice and support Miles Kane, Gang of Youths, and Elton John.
Tom commented: “This is a really big deal for me, I played alongside them at Union Chapel earlier in the year and to see everyone knowing the words to all of their songs was amazing. I think my music will work really well supporting them and I’m now counting down the days until it starts.”
Full tour dates are listed below, with tickets selling fast and a number of shows already sold out. Get yours HERE.
October 2023 Tour Dates:
Thurs 5th – Cambridge – Junction
Fri 6th – Sheffield – The Leadmill – SOLD OUT
Sat 7th – Leeds – Beckett University
Mon 9th – Glasgow – SWG3 Galvanizers
Wed 11th – Newcastle – NX
Thurs 12th – Liverpool – O2 Academy
Fri 13th – Birmingham – O2 Institute
Sun 15th – Bristol – O2 Academy
Mon 16th – Oxford – O2 Academy
Tues 17th – Brighton – Chalk – SOLD OUT
Thurs 19th – Norwich – UEA
Fri 20th – Nottingham – Rock City
Sat 21st – London – Troxy
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