Two Leicester music acts today announce support slots
23rd October 2013 ∏
ArtsIn Productions today announced that their artist Jonezy will be supporting hot new band The Vamps on 2nd November.
Read about the band from The West Midlands that is making waves the climbing the charts: interview with The Vamps in the Coventry Telegraph.
Find out more about Jonezy from the Arts in Leicester web site.
The Leicester rapper will be on stage at the Abbey Park Fireworks on Saturday 2nd November, supporting a band that has been tipped to become as big as One Direction – The Vamps.
Also on stage will be local artist Curtis Clacy. The event normally attracts between 15,000 and 20,000 people.
Dormant Press today announced that Leicester’s By The Rivers will be supporting Jamie Cullum in Nottingham on 29th October at The Nottingham Royal Arena.
Dormant press told us:
Last week Jazz-Pop singer Jamie Cullum, in association with BBC Introducing, announced which acts will be supporting him on his latest UK tour, and Leicester Brit Reggae six-piece By The Rivers have been chosen to represent the Midlands music scene at his Nottingham show at the Royal Arena on 29 October 2013. Following their appearance at Glastonbury this year on the BBC Introducing stage, and being picked as one of ‘5 Future Pyramid Stars’ alongside Bastille, Foals, Jessie Ware and The Strypes, the band are sure to prove popular with Jamie’s fans. Not only are the six-piece thoroughly excited to play with Jamie Cullum, but it leads them them with high spirits into a month of touring up and down the country on their highly successful Official UK Tour, which has seen them headline in cities across the UK to scores of fans.