Rock band Don Broco are heading out on an intimate tour of the UK, including a stop at a Kent seaside town.
The band, who headlined Alexandra Palace earlier this year, will be playing a small show at Dreamland’s indoor venue, Hall By the Sea, in Margate.
The Birthday Party Tour marks the first time the band have played club venues in several years and is a chance for fans to get up close and personal to the Bedfordshire four-piece.
Their last tour, which took place in March this year, saw the band headline venues including the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff and London’s Ally Pally, which can hold 10,000 people. The Hall By the Sea has a capacity of 1,400.
The group, who performed on the main stage at Reading and Leeds Festival in the summer, have already sold out shows in Bristol, Leicester and London as part of the 17-date tour.
The latest tour is also a celebration of the new single, Birthday Party, which came out in September.
As a bonus treat for fans, anyone who is attending the tour on their birthday will receive their own “mini birthday celebration” and a meet-and-greet with the band before the show.
Vocalist Rob Damiani said: “We’re buzzing to be heading out on the Birthday Party Tour in November and December, hitting up some of our favourite spots in the UK that we haven’t been to in a little while and some future faves we’ve never been to before!”
Don Broco will be supported by punk band Trash Boat and Australian metal band Ocean Grove for their Margate concert, which takes place on Friday, December 1.
You can book tickets online here.
You can also find a full list of tour dates on the Don Broco website.