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Bowling For Soup announce ‘A Hangover You Don’t Deserve’ 20th anniversary UK tour with Wheatus and Magnolia Park

June 25th, 2024

Bowling For Soup have announced a 20th anniversary UK tour of their album ‘A Hangover You Don’t Deserve’, set to kick off next year.

The band – comprised of Jaret Reddick, Chris Burney, Gary Wiseman and Rob Felicetti – will embark in early 2025 with a show on February 5 at the Empress Ballroom in Blackpool. From there, they will make stops in Edinburgh, Manchester, Wolverhampton, Plymouth, Swansea, Nottingham, and Brighton. The final show of the tour will take place at the Bournemouth Intl Centre in Bournemouth on February 15.

Wheatus and Magnolia Park will join the ‘1985’ singers during the run of dates as special guests. General ticket sales will commence on Friday June 21 at 10am UK time. Visit here to purchase tickets and check out a full list of tour dates below.

Bowling For Soup 2025 tour poster. Credit: PRESS

Bowling For Soup – ‘A Hangover You Don’t Deserve’ UK 2025 Tour w/ Wheatus & Magnolia Park dates are: 

FEBRUARY
5 – Blackpool – Empress Ballroom
6 – Edinburgh – 02 Academy
7 – Stockton On Tees – Stockton Globe
8 – Manchester – Aviva Studios
9 – Wolverhampton – The Civic At The Halls
11 – Plymouth – Plymouth Pavilions
12 – Swansea – Swansea Arena
13 – Nottingham – Motorpoint Arena
14 – Brighton – Brighton Centre
15 – Bournemouth – Bournemouth Intl Centre

Bowling For Soup’s fifth LP ‘A Hangover You Don’t Deserve’ was released on September 14, 2004. Its lead single ‘1985’ landed the Number Five spot on the US Billboard’s Adult Top 40 chart.

Recently, the band and Wheatus performed at this year’s edition of Download Festival. In a four-star review of the fest, NME shared: ” At first glance, Download 2024 seemed to be marred by a range of factors that could have signalled its downfall – even festival boss Andy Copping admitted that it was the “hardest year” to secure a line-up and the team approached over “21 bands” to find headliners.

“Pair that with the threat of boycott in retaliation against the Barclays sponsorship and news that this year could be the wettest in a century, and the hopes of it coming out smoothly began to waver. Yet, against the odds the festival delivers one of its most promising editions in recent memory, and proves that it is one of the main events leading the way when it comes to creating opportunities for the next generation of headliners.”

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