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Dead Pony

Dead Pony Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 2,972
Category Alternative, Rock
Concerts
Jun
22
Pinkpop 2024
Landgraaf
Tickets
Jun
24
Die Trompete
Bochum
Tickets
Jun
25
Musikzentrum
Hannover
Tickets
Jun
27
Doornroosje
Nijmegen
Tickets
Jul
01
Independent
Sunderland
Tickets
Jul
03
Lafayette London
London
Tickets
Jul
05
Face Down
London
Tickets
Jul
07
Horn
St Albans
Tickets
Jul
08
Boileroom
Guildford
Tickets
Jul
09
The Forum - Tunbridge Wells
Chipstead, Kent
Tickets
Jul
10
2000 Trees 2024
Cheltenham
Tickets
Jul
12
TRNSMT 2024
Glasgow
Tickets
Aug
01
Kendal Calling 2024
Penrith
Tickets
Aug
02
Y NOT 2024
Derby
Tickets
Aug
05
Melkweg
Amsterdam
Tickets
Aug
23
Reading Festival 2024
Reading
Tickets
Aug
23
Leeds Festival 2024
Leeds
Tickets
Sep
01
Liverpool Olympia
Liverpool
Tickets
Dec
03
Leadmill
Sheffield
Tickets
Dec
05
Bodega Social
Nottingham
Tickets
Dec
06
The Garage
London
Tickets
Dec
07
O2 Institute Birmingham
Birmingham
Tickets
Dec
09
Exchange
Bristol
Tickets
Dec
10
The Deaf Institute
Manchester
Tickets
Dec
11
The Key Club
Leeds
Tickets
About Dead Pony
White noise. Information overload. The inescapable sense that your voice is being lost in the crowd. For rising Scottish stars Dead Pony, the realisation that keeping heads above water in a soul-suckingly oversaturated modern music industry was stopping them from chasing the sort of singular sounds that had led here in the first place was a moment to pump brakes and take stock. They’d done what they were told. They’d tried to fit in. And all they’d gotten in return was dull-eyed apathy and shitty broken promises. So why keep flogging the dead horse of other people’s expectations? Why not bet on themselves with a debut album that’s all about standing out?! “As a band, we’ve experienced an awful lot of being ignored,” grins towering guitarist and lead composer Blair Crichton. “We really don’t like that. So we set about making a debut LP so good that people had to pay attention. It’s a record that literally dares people to ‘Ignore THIS...’” Across 16 shapeshifting tracks, IGNORE THIS does just that. Written, recorded and produced entirely by Blair and his bandmates Anna Shields (vocals), Liam Adams (bass) and Euan Lyons (drums), its combination of the cutting edge synth-rock of bands like WARGASM or Vukovi and the old-school legends like The Prodigy and Queens Of The Stone Age grabs the breath from your lungs and refuses to let go. Like Queens’ 2002 classic Songs For The Deaf, too, there’s a mixtape quality to the sprawling collection. Rather than flicking through stations in the radio, it’s more like digging into a stack of old VHS tapes: with the imagery teased on advance singles like MK Nothing (brainwashed assassins), MANA (zombie apocalypse), COBRA (an invasion of brain-dead bodysnatchers) and About Love (coming-of-age romance) barely hinting at what’s to follow. “It’s about making music that appeals to people like us,” explains Anna, emboldened by the confidence of experiences like performing on the massive main stage of Glasgow’s TRNSMT festival and selling-out their first UK headline tour. “A lot of things have changed for us over the last few years, but it’s arguably even more powerful seeing how we’ve stayed the same. That’s solidified my understanding of who our fans are: people who like good music, who aren’t in too much of a hurry to pigeonhole bands into categories, who don’t give a fuck about following trends. When I look into the crowd at our shows, I see people who remind me of myself as a teenager. Those are the people this music is for: the misfits who struggle to fit in anywhere else…”
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Genres
Alternative, Rock
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Dead Pony Tour Cities
Liverpool, United Kingdom St Albans, United Kingdom Nottingham, United Kingdom Landgraaf, Netherlands Bristol, United Kingdom Leeds, United Kingdom Penrith, United Kingdom Birmingham, United Kingdom Sunderland, United Kingdom Sheffield, United Kingdom Guildford, United Kingdom London, United Kingdom Reading, United Kingdom Hannover, Germany Derby, United Kingdom Amsterdam, Netherlands Manchester, United Kingdom Cheltenham, United Kingdom Nijmegen, Netherlands Glasgow, United Kingdom Bochum, Germany

Frequently Asked Questions About Dead Pony

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Dead Pony on tour?

Yes, Dead Pony is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Dead Pony concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Dead Pony tour is scheduled for 25 dates across 21 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Dead Pony scheduled to play?

Dead Pony is scheduled to play 25 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Dead Pony tour start?

Dead Pony’s tour starts Jun 22, 2024 and ends on Dec 11, 2024. They will play 21 cities; their most recent concert was held in Landgraaf at Megaland and their next upcoming concert will be in St Albans at Horn.

What venues is Dead Pony performing at?

As part of the Dead Pony tour, Dead Pony is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Jun 22 - Landgraaf, Netherlands @ Megaland
Jun 24 - Bochum, NRW @ Die Trompete
Jun 25 - Hannover, Lower Saxony @ Musikzentrum
Jun 27 - Nijmegen, Netherlands @ Doornroosje
Jul 01 - Sunderland, England @ Independent
Jul 03 - London, ENG @ Lafayette London
Jul 05 - London, Kings Cross @ Scala
Jul 07 - St Albans, United Kingdom @ Horn
Jul 08 - Guildford, United Kingdom @ Boileroom
Jul 09 - Chipstead, Kent, United Kingdom @ The Forum - Tunbridge Wells
Jul 10 - Cheltenham, United Kingdom @ 2000 Trees
Jul 12 - Glasgow, SCT @ Glasgow Green
Aug 01 - Penrith, England @ Lowther Deer Park
Aug 02 - Derby, United Kingdom @ Pikehall, Derbyshire
Aug 05 - Amsterdam, 07 @ Melkweg
Aug 23 - Reading, England @ Little John's Farm
Aug 23 - Leeds, England @ Bramham Park
Sep 01 - Liverpool, United Kingdom @ Liverpool Olympia
Dec 03 - Sheffield, SY @ Leadmill
Dec 05 - Nottingham, England @ Bodega Social
Dec 06 - London, ENG @ The Garage
Dec 07 - Birmingham, United Kingdom @ O2 Institute Birmingham
Dec 09 - Bristol, United Kingdom @ Exchange
Dec 10 - Manchester, United Kingdom @ The Deaf Institute
Dec 11 - Leeds, United Kingdom @ The Key Club
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