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Neck Deep To Play “Classic EPs In Full” At Two U.S. Shows

Neck Deep Spring 2023
Photo by: Elliott Ingham

Following the release of their collaborative effort with Busted on the updated version of “Meet You There” which dropped last week, and their latest single, “Heartbreak Of The Century,” UK titans Neck Deep have announced two live performances in the US this summer. 

The two US performances are scheduled for June 22 in Austin, TX, and June 23 in Houston, TX alongside Real Friends ahead of their headlining slot at So What?! Music Festival on June 25. 

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In the tour poster that the band used to announce the live sets, they share that they will be celebrating 10 years of their debut EP Rain In July. They also share that they will be playing “both classic EPs”—Rain In July and A History Of Bad Decisions, respectively—“in full.” Tickets for the band’s two Texas performances will go on sale on Friday, May 12 at 10 AM CT. You can grab tickets for all of Neck Deep’s upcoming live performances here.

The group also revealed for the “U.K. keep your eyes peeled…” indicating that plenty of additional announcements will come from their camp very soon. 

Ahead of their time in the States, Neck Deep will be performing two warm-up shows with Static Dress as support ahead of their Download Fest performance. You can check out all of their scheduled performances below.

Tour Dates:

  • June 7—Torquay, UK @ The Foundry^
  • June 8—Southhampton, UK @ The Joiners^
  • June 9—Donington Park Circuit @ Download Festival*
  • June 22—Austin, TX @ Come and Take It Live+
  • June 23—Houston, TX @ Scout Bar+
  • June 25—Grand Prairie, TX @ So What?! Music Festival*

^Static Dress to support.
*Festival performance.
+Real Friends to support.

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