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March 31, 2019

A night of pure metal magic!

Why See Deafheaven and Baroness?

ConcertsMetal & Hard Rock

A double-header

Metal legends Deafheaven and Baroness team up this year for a joint tour of epic proportions! With Deafheaven having released their fourth album last summer, earning a Grammy nomination in the process, the two sets of rockers hit the road with their plethora of hits in tow!

After being victims of a bus crash in 2012, and taking some much-needed time-out, Baroness are on the comeback. Having released their fourth album back in 2015, the four-piece are rumoured to be working on some brand new work. Although it is still not confirmed, keep your ears peeled for Baroness' latest musical offering!

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Performance date: 31 March 2019

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