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Blind River and Skypilot UK and Ireland Tour – April 2022

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Hot off their back of their successful ‘socially-distanced’ UK tour with King Creature, rising UK rockers BLIND RIVER have just announced their next, full capacity, UK & IRELAND tour for April 2022. Support on this run will come from Irish stoner rockers SKYPILOT. Full dates are below:

Tickets are on sale Friday 4th June 2021 at 10am on the following link:

Asked about the tour, Blind River frontman Harry Armstrong had this to say: Beyond happy to announce this tour. It’s been in the planning stages for so long now, that we almost thought it would never happen. But here it is! We’ve played with the guys from Skypilot a bunch of times before, and it’s always a great night.

Now we’ve got NINE of them in a row. It’s gonna get loud. It’s gonna get groovy. And it’s gonna be a blast! Come join us! And support band Skypilot, who celebrate their 20th anniversary in 2022 stated: “We’re thrilled to be on this tour and we are really looking forward to hooking up with our friends in Blind River again! Our last gig was in February 2020 and we’ve been hard at work on new material since then.

Our third album will be out before these dates and we can’t wait to showcase the new songs for you all. There will be

Friday 15th April 2022Voodoo Belfast – 8pm. Support from Conjuring FateTicket link (£10): https://www.wegottickets.com/event/517014Event Page: Blind River + Skypilot + Conjuring Fate. Friday 15th April 2022. Voodoo BelfastSaturday 16th AprilWhelan’s (Upstairs) – 8pm. Support from ScathedTickets (€10) – On sale soon.Event Page: Blind River + Skypilot + Scathed. Saturday 16th April 2022. Whelan’s Dublin

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