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The Wombats Tickets

The Wombats Plus special Guests Zebedees Yard, Hull
Sunday 26th August 2018
The Wombats - Live After Racing Lingfield Park Resort , Lingfield
Saturday 1st September 2018
Headlining Y Not Festival Aston Hill Farm, Derbyshire
Thursday 26th July 2018 - Sunday 29th July 2018
Performing at Reading Festival 2018 Richfield Avenue, Reading
Friday 24th August 2018 - Sunday 26th August 2018
The Wombats are back and are ready to rock. Catch them when they take over Zebedee’s Yard at Hull in August plus Linfield Park Resort in September 2018.

As you would expect, as the excitement builds then so does the demand so you will have to act fast and book your The Wombats tickets quickly or you may well be left disappointed. You can place your order with Gigantic for your chosen gig tickets using your smartphone, tablet or computer 24/7 either whilst busy on the go or when relaxing at home.

The Wombats tickets can be yours very soon. Launched at 10:00 on Friday 13th of April and expected to sell very quickly, you can make yourself ready for their release right now by setting a personal reminder through Gigantic to alert you via email or text message.

Plus, you can catch them at Y Not and Reading Festival 2018!



Ever since Murph, bassist Tord Øverland Knudsen and drummer Dan Haggis - who met and formed The Wombats at the Liverpool Institute Of Performing Arts in 2003 - emerged in 2006 and swiftly became chart-quashing champions of the noughties guitar pop explosion with hits including ‘Moving To New York’, ‘Kill The Director’ and ‘Let’s Dance To Joy Division’, they’ve barely looked back. The euphoric tales of romantic misadventures in cinemas, forests, weddings and rock clubs that filled their platinum-selling 2007 debut album ‘A Guide To Love, Loss & Desperation’ garnered them a strong and dedicated fanbase in thrall to Murph’s amalgam of irrepressible hooks and downbeat tragi-comic lyricism and, with such bare-hearted emotional depth to their ditties, The Wombats resolutely refused to flash in the pan.

Encapsulating The Wombats, however, is about to get far trickier. ‘Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life’ is a giant leap into maturity, a record that’s still instantly sing-along but demands to be taken seriously. “It’s probably my proudest moment ” Murph says. “We always figure out a way to triumph in the face of adversity. Occasionally we’ve been given a bad rap but we’ve always come through. It’s like in The Shawshank Redemption when he swims through a river of shit but comes out clean on the other side, that’s this album for me. It’s the album we always should have made.

As ever, we only have limited stocks of The Wombats concert tickets being made available by the event organisers so you will have to ensure you book as soon as they are released or else it is highly likely you will miss out. With more essential gig tickets being added everyday plus an excellent customer services team on hand to help with every enquiry, award winning ticket vendor Gigantic should always be your first call whenever you are booking for your big night out.

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