Wednesday 10 April 2019, 7:30pm - 11pm
The Nick Rayns LCR, UEA
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THE HUNNA ANNOUNCE NEW SHOWS FOR THEIR WINTER 2019 TOUR
Fresh from their maiden world tour, which has included sold-out nights from Sydney to New York, The Hunna recently announced a string of UK dates for winter 2018/2019, including some of the most iconic and prestigious venue around. With shows already confirmed at London’s Ally Pally and Glasgow Barrowland’s, The Hunna have now announced that they will be returning to cities such as Cardiff and Norwich with new dates added to their busy winter touring schedule. Pre-sale for the new dates will start this Friday, with general sale live from Monday 1st October.
2018 has been a defining year for the Hertfordshire four-piece as they continue their meteoric rise. Kicking off 2018 on a high, The Hunna announced the release of their second studio album titled ‘Dare’ (out 13th July) and quickly followed it up with huge domestic shows, which included two unforgettable nights in January at the 02 Academy Brixton. Having spent the remainder of the year on a world tour, which has seen the band play their debut shows in Australia,The Hunna also returned to the UK to headline London’s All Points East Festival, drawing one of the biggest crowds of the weekend and confirming their potential to headline major festivals around the world. With more extensive world touring planned for the remainder of the year and their biggest headline show to date announced for the end of the year at Alexandra Palace, The Hunna’s January/February 2019 shows will be something of a homecoming tour following what will have been a remarkable year for the band.
From the release of their critically acclaimed debut album ‘100’, which landed at #13 in the UK official album charts in August 2016, The Hunna have gone on to achieve a huge amount in the time that has followed. This has included selling over 80,000 tickets and 50,000 albums in the UK, accumulating over 100 million Spotify streams and headlining at festivals such as Reading and Leeds, All Points East and Kendal Calling. With the release of their second album set to take them onto even bigger and better things, the winter 2019 tour could well be the last opportunity to see the band at a standing venue as they look set to move into arenas in the UK.