Don Broco Announce 2019 Arena Tour and Drop New Video

After embarking on a huge tour at the beginning of the year, Don Broco have announced a UK arena tour for February next year.

With Neck Deep and Issues as support, the bands will be heading to places such as, but not limited to, Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena, Plymouth’s Pavilions, and London’s SSE Arena, Wembley.

Speaking about the upcoming tour, lead singer Rob Damiani has said, “We’re so excited to announce our biggest tour to date and first ever arena run next February! We had the best time at Alexandra Palace last year so are massively looking forward to bringing the full Technology show to the rest of the UK. We’ve never played Wembley Arena before so finishing the tour there will be insane. I saw Foo Fighters there back in the day, it was the first time I’d ever crowd-surfed and remember so vividly getting hauled over the barrier then running back round to the back of the crowd and going up again and again. I reckon I must have crowd-surfed about 10 times. I love that place!”

General sale tickets will be available to purchase on Friday 15th June. Tour dates are as follows:


01 – Victoria Warehouse, Manchester

02 – Victoria Warehouse, Manchester

03 – Pavilions, Plymouth

05 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff

07 – Usher Hall, Edinburgh

08 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham

09 – The SSE Arena Wembley, London

On top of this exciting news, Don Broco have also unveiled a music video for ‘Greatness’. Talking about the concept of the video, Rob Damiani has said, “Our video for ‘Greatness’ picks up 10 years after what went down in ‘Come Out To LA’ & ‘Technology’. My cyborg self has been buried in the desert and the Earth has been decimated by aliens but luckily I have one ally left who’s got my back in this post-apocalyptic world…”

Check out the music video for ‘Greatness’ below!

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Written by Georgia Brown

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