You Me At Six have announced plans for an intimate, one-off live show, set to take place in their home of Surrey.
The five-piece, who are gearing up for an arena run later this year, will be making the one-off appearance at Guildford’s Boileroom at the end of this month, as part of Independent Venue Week.
The band will be taking to the stage on 30th January as part of the week-long celebrations, which see both bands and fans recognising their local venues.
“Anything we can do to help out the local venues,” the band’s Dan Flint has said in a press release, speaking of the show. “Without them we wouldn’t be a band today.”
Tickets for the show will go on sale this Wednesday (21st January) at 9am.
The band, who released their Number 1 album ‘Cavalier Youth’ early last year, will then head out on a five-date arena tour alongside All Time Low.
Their upcoming touring plans look like this:
30 The Boileroom, Guildford
09 Arena, Cardiff
10 LG Arena, Birmingham
12 Hydro, Glasgow
13 Phones 4 U Arena, Manchester
14 O2 Arena, London
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