Booking now: La Dispute and Fucked Up team up for London Koko show

La Dispute and Fucked Up team up for London Koko show

The two bands will play the co-headlining show on 26th May.

La Dispute and Fucked Up have announced plans for a special one-off UK show together. The two bands will take to the stage at London’s Koko on 26th May.

Following on from La Dispute’s appearance at Reading and Leeds last summer, and Fucked Up’s last visit to our shores in June, the two bands are teaming up for the co-headlining stint later this year. 

The show is set to take place after La Dispute complete a short run of tour dates alongside Title Fight in the US, which will also see the band playing a handful of intimate, ‘stripped-back’ shows

Tickets for their upcoming one-off shows go on sale this Friday (13th February) at 10am.

La Dispute’s upcoming tour dates, including their new show with Fucked Up, are as follows.

MARCH
21 Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald’s (w/ Title Fight)
23 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade (w/ Title Fight)
24 Carrboro, NC @ Cat’s Cradle (w/ Title Fight)
25 Washington, DC @ Howard Theater (w/ Title Fight)
26 Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer (w/ Title Fight)
27 New York, NY @ Webster Hall (w/ Title Fight)
28 Philadelphia, PA @ First Unitarian Church 
29 Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club (w/ Title Fight
30 Boston, MA @ TBA 
31 Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar (w/ Title Fight)

APRIL
01 Toronto, ONT @ Phoenix Theater (w/ Title Fight)
02 Detroit, MI @ Mosaic Temple Chapel 
03 Pontiac, MI @ The Crofoot (w/ Title Fight
05 Chicago, IL @ Metro secret room (matinee performance) 
05 Chicago, IL @ The Metro (w/ Title Fight)
07 Grand Rapids, MI @ Covenant Fine Arts Center (DAAC benefit)

MAY
26 Koko, London, UK (w/ Fucked Up)

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