The Ginger Wildheart Band & Hey! Hello! hit the road for July UK tour

Ginger Wildheart Hey Hello July 2016

Ginger Wildheart is set to hit the road for a breakneck UK tour with his outfits The Ginger Wildheart Band and Hey! Hello!

The live shows will see Ginger chalk up 18 appearances across just 16 days in July, supported at all shows by US power pop titan Ryan Hamilton & The Traitors.

Opening the shows at Leeds, Newcastle & Cambridge will be Danny McCormack’s new band, The Main Grains, the first time that Danny and Ginger have shared a stage in years.

In London Ginger’s own Hey! Hello! support, while the remaining shows are opened by the UK’s very own rock behemoth Massive Wagons. Ginger is accompanied on these dates by Toshi (bass), Denzel (drums) and Conny Bloom (lead guitar & vocals).

Says Ginger: “I can’t wait to get onto a bus again and back on the road. 18 shows back to back, bring it on! After being in the studio for eight months, recording three albums together, this is going to feel like a holiday.”

Tickets for all shows are available here, with confirmed dates as follows:

Jul 09th: 2000Trees Festival (Hey! Hello! & Ginger Acoustic)
Jul 10th: T in the Park (Hey! Hello!)
Jul 12th: Bristol Exchange
Jul 13th: Leicester Musician
Jul 14th: Leeds Brudenell
Jul 15th: Glasgow Stereo
Jul 16th: Aberdeen Underdog
Jul 17th: Newcastle Trillians
Jul 18th: Manchester Deaf Institute – SOLD OUT
Jul 19th: Wolverhampton Slade Rooms
Jul 20th: Cambridge Portland Arms – SOLD OUT
Jul 21st: Cambridge Portland Arms
Jul 22nd: London Brooklyn Bowl (The Ginger Wildheart Band & Hey! Hello!)
Jul 23rd: Ramblin’ Man Fair
Jul 24th: Steelhouse Festival (Hey! Hello!)

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