The Dykeenies / March 2009 UK Tour

By on Friday, 26th December 2008 at 3:44 pm
 

The DykeeniesI’d heard friends rave about the Dykeenies befor, but had never really listened to them before until today. With a bit of time on my hands, I checked them out this afternoon and was mightily impressed.

They’re a five-pronged sensory assault of sex, synths and glamour with hooks so monumental they could be used to mount the scalps of lesser peers onto their living room wall. Yes, really that good. Pop punk at it’s best, really catchy, feelgood and enjoyable.

Aaaand to top it all off they’re on tour in March around the UK – tickets are on sale for all dates now. Tickets are £7 for all English dates except London which is £9, and £9.50 for Scottish dates

Tuesday 10th March 2009 – Exeter Cavern (WeGotTickets)
Wednesday 11th March 2009 – Brighton Digital (See Tickets)
Thursday 12th March 2009 – Southampton Talking Heads (See Tickets, Ticketweb)
Friday 13th March 2009 – Portsmouth Cellar (WeGotTickets, See Tickets, Ticketweb)
Saturday 14th March 2009 – Coventry Kasbah (See Tickets)
Sunday 15th March 2009 – Manchester Moho Live (See Tickets)
Tuesday 17th March 2009 – London Underworld (See Tickets, Ticketweb)
Wednesday 18th March 2009 – Derby Rockhouse (See Tickets)
Thursday 19th March 2009 – Leeds Cockpit (See Tickets)
Friday 20th March 2009 – Glasgow QMU (Ticketmaster)
Saturday 21st March 2009 – Liverpool Academy 2 (See Tickets, Ticketweb)
Tuesday 24th March 2009 – Inverness Ironworks (Ticketweb)
Wednesday 25th March 2009 – Aberdeen Moshulu (Ticketweb)
Thursday 26th March 2009 – Dundee Fat Sams (Ticketmaster)
Friday 27th March 2009 – Edinburgh Liquid Rooms (Ticketmaster)
Saturday 28th March 2009 – Newcastle Academy 2 (See Tickets, Ticketweb)

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