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Bang Bang Romeo are proving to be quite an unstoppable force. As predicted back in our ‘Shame On You’ review, today the band have announced that they will be playing stadiums and arenas across the UK & Europe next summer, supporting the incredible P!nk alongside Vance Joy and Kidcutup


Following a show stopping performance opening at the Isle of Wight Festival for their 50th anniversary, Bang Bang Romeo have continued to go from strength to strength, making their presence felt in festivals and shows up and down the country this summer including Y Not Festival , Kendal Calling , Tramlines , Victorious Festival, Doncaster Pride, Leeds LGBT Pride, The Vicar’s Picnic supporting Lily Allen at the Sofar Sounds, Bohemian Rhapsody take over, and many many more... They also flew out to New York and L.A to record their debut album earlier this year and signed to American record label Eleven Seven. The extremely hardworking band have also been played onBBC Radio 6 Music, BBC Music Introducing, Radio X, XS Manchester and hundreds of other stations across the world, they’ve appeared on MTVITV News and BBC One. Receiving rave reviews from all who have pleasure to watch or listen to them, this is without a doubt Bang Bang Romeo’s time.

 “…make grand, scintillating bar-rock that could open up the heavens based off the magnitude of Anastasia “Stars” Walker’s powerful voice alone.” – Billboard

“Biggest crowd for an opening act on the main stage in the history of the festival.” – John Giddings, Solo Music Agency / Isle of Wight Festival

“Sheffield soul rock phenomenon who very nearly demolished the entire Blue Fin building with brilliantly brash alt-hits” – NME

“Huge sound, like a hard-edged Fleetwood Mac” – Radio X

“That was a proper old school lunchtime showcase… And jolly entertaining, rousing, soulful gem they were too.” – Tom Robinson, BBC Radio 6 Music

Head to and for all venue and ticket details.

Catch them live at these venues –

Sunday 16 June: Johan Cruijff Arena, Amsterdam

Tuesday 18 June: RDS Arena, Dublin

Thursday 20 June: Principality Stadium, Cardiff

Saturday 22 June: Hampden Park, Glasgow

Tuesday 25 June: Anfield Stadium, Liverpool

Saturday 29 June: Wembley Stadium, London

Sunday 30 June: Wembley Stadium, London

Wednesday 3 July: La Défense Arena, Paris

Friday 5 July: Rhein Energie stadium, Cologne

Monday 8 July: Volksparkstadion, Hamburg

Wednesday 10 July: Mercedes Benz Arena, Stuttgart

Friday 12 July: HDI Arena, Hannover

Sunday 14 July: Olympiastadion, Berlin

‘Shame on You’ is out now. Stream or download –

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Cover photo: Holly Rose Stones


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