Fresh from playing The Great Escape this weekend and a phenomenally successful tour supporting Daughter across Europe, Bear's Den have a huge summer ahead of them. As well as playing a whole host of boutique festivals including Bushstock, Barn On The Farm, and Green Man, they'll play the Summer Stampede at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park alongside Ben Howard, Vampire Weekend, Haim and Mumford & Sons, before heading out to North America where they'll join the Mumford & Sons curated Gentlemen Of The Road Stopovers in Canada and the USA. Full summer listings as follows.
Bear's Den summer 2013
24 May - Dot to Dot Festival, Manchester (@ Gorilla)
25 May - Dot to Dot Festival, Bristol (@ Trinity Arts Centre)
26 May - Dot to Dot Festival, Nottingham (@ Rescue Rooms)
01 Jun - Bushstock, Shepherds Bush, London (@ Bush Hall)
06 Jul - Summer Stampede, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London
07 Jul - Barn On The Farm, Gloucestershire
20 Jul - Gentlemen of the Road Stopover - Lewes, England
09 Aug - Haldern Pop Festival, Haldern, Germany
17 Aug - Green Man Festival, Glanusk, Wales
24 Aug - Gentlemen of the Road Stopover - Simcoe, Ontario, Canada
31 Aug - Gentlemen of the Road Stopover - Troy, Ohio USA
07 Sep - Gentlemen of the Road Stopover - Guthrie, Oklahoma USA
14 Sep - Gentlemen of the Road Stopover - St Augustine, Florida USA
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