Vagabond’s summer is taking off in style. Having hit the road hard in recent weeks touring the UK with some of our biggest acts, the band are to be special guests at a series of huge open-air gigs, they play three major festivals (Glastonbury, T in The Park, V) and are to release their much-anticipated debut single and album.
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Vagabond’s album ‘You Don’t Know The Half Of It’, out August 17, 2009, is to be the first release on the newly launched Geffen Records and is preceded by the anthemic single "Don’t Wanna Run No More", out August 3rd, already championed by Jo Whiley: “They sound huge this band. (This) is a massive song” Jo Whiley - Radio 1.
The band kicked off their summer last week as special guests to The Script at Shepherd’s Bush Empire, followed by shows with McFly, James Morrison and The Saturdays.
In addition to their festival dates they finish with a string of headline shows at the end of August.
Vagabond UK Summer tour dates:
(Dates and information subject to change.)
Tue 23rd MANCHESTER, Apollo with The Saturdays
Wed 24th LONDON Apollo with The Saturdays
Fri 26th YORKSHIRE, Dalby Forest with Mcfly
Sat 27th KENT, Cricket Club with James Morrison
Sun 28th GLASTONBURY, Festival Queens Head Stage
Sat 4th LONDON, Kenwood House with James Morrison
Tue 7th LIVERPOOL, Arena with James Morrison
Fri 10th T IN THE PARK, Festival
Sat 11th LIVERPOOL, Arena with Mcfly
Sun 12th NEWCASTLE, Mouth Of The Tyne Festival
DURHAM, Cricket Club with James Morrison
Fri 17th ROCHESTER, Castle with Mcfly
Thu 6th LONDON, Bush Hall
Fri 7th SOUTHAMPTON, Joiners
Mon 10th NOTTINGHAM, Bodega
Tue 11th MANCHESTER, Moho
Wed 12th GLASGOW, King Tuts
Fri 14th LEEDS, Cockpit
Sat 15th NORWICH, Arts Centre
Mon 17th LIVERPOOL, Masque
Sat 22nd STAFFORDSHIRE, V Festival Union Stage
Sun 23rd CHELMSFORD, V Festival Union Stage
“They could be the world’s biggest new band.” - The Guardian
“Vargas has the charisma and the talent - Verve-like ‘Don’t Wanna Run No More’ and ‘I’ve been Wanting You’, sounds like huge future hits.” - Sunday Times Culture
“The debut album from this Geffen-signed act is packed with huge pop moments that ooze international appeal.” - Music Week