The Hunna Announce London Show

Taking the music scene by storm The Hunna have been, step-by-step, working their way through bigger and bigger venues. Today they announced their biggest show thus far at Brixton Academy in London, taking place in January 2018 it’s one heck of a way to start the year. Tickets go on-sale on the 3rd July at 10am from usual vendors and those signed up to The Hunna‘s newsletter can get their hands on pre-sale tickets which go on-sale on June 30th.

“We have had such a great 2016 and 2017. Selling out shows across the country and getting our debut album, 100’, into the top 15 was an incredible achievement and we can’t thank the fans enough for helping us get to this stage. Being able to step up to the awesome Brixton Academy is next-level, and we guarantee that the fans that come down are in for a huge treat, as well as a few cool surprises!” – Ryan Potter, vocals

The Hunna Announce UK Tour

Hertfordshire quartet The Hunna have announced a headline UK tour which will run in January of next year.

The band are already set to head out on a sold out UK tour this month, with venues such as London’s O2 Kentish Town Forum being a part of the dates.

The Hunna have already accomplished some impressive accolades in their short time together, with debut album ‘100’ reaching #13 in the UK album chart.

North America will also be able to set their eyes on the band too, with the alt rockers set up to support Jimmy Eat World on their North American Tour, as well as being confirmed to appear on a tour with ‘Alt Nation’, a popular US radio station.

Full dates for the tour can be found below:

14th January – Sheffield – The Leadmill
15th January – Manchester – O2 Ritz
16th January – Newcastle – Riverside
17th January – Edinburgh – Liquid Rooms
18th January – Leeds – Stylus University
20th January – Nottingham – Rock City
21st January – Leicester – O2 Academy
23rd January – Birmingham – O2 Institute
24th January – Bristol – SWX
25th January – Oxford – O2 Academy 2
26th January – London – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire