With their debut album topping the rock charts and the announcement of their first ever headline tour (with dates selling out in as little as 30mins) Don Broco have topped off an impressive year by being crowned ‘Best New Rock Artist of 2012’ by iTunes.
Frontman Rob Damiani said: “We’ve had a fantastic year and to be named as Best New Rock Act of 2012 by someone such as iTunes is a huge honour. This year was just the beginning for us and we can’t wait to see what 2013 has in store.”
Feb 18th – Norwich, Arts Centre
Feb 19th – Birmingham, Academy 2 (UPGRADED AND SOLD OUT)
Feb 20th - Southampton, Joiners (SOLD OUT)
Feb 21st – London, Underworld (SOLD OUT)
Feb 22nd - Brighton, The Haunt (SOLD OUT)
Feb 23rd – Plymouth, White Rabbit
Feb 24th – Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Back (SOLD OUT)
Feb 26th – Leeds, Cockpit (UPGRADED)
Feb 27th – Sheffield Corporation
Feb 28th – Newcastle, Academy 2
March 1st – Glasgow, Cathouse
March 2nd – Manchester, Academy 2 (UPGRADED)
March 30th – Liverpool, O2 Academy
April 13th – Preston, 53 Degrees
April 14th – Wolverhampton, Slade Rooms
April 16th – Brighton, Concorde 2
April 17th – Oxford, Academy 2
April 18th – London, Koko (SOLD OUT)
April 20th – Hit The Deck Festival, Bristol
April 21st – Hit The Deck Festival, Nottingham
Tickets are available to buy from the band’s website here
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