THE 202, DENIS COLEMAN + HERE AT LAST
ANNOUNCE JOINT UK HEADLINE TOUR FOR NOVEMBER 2021
Rising artists The 202, Denis Coleman, and Here, At Last, have announced a joint UK headline tour kicking off this November. Tickets go on general sale this Friday 20th August at 10 AM, here.
The tour will see The 202, Denis Coleman, and Here At Last and rotate as headliners, as they play shows across the UK in major cities including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Sheffield, Glasgow, and Newcastle with the first show on November 5th, at London’s O2 Academy Islington. With live shows beginning to take off again, the boys are excited to be headlining this tour together and interacting with their fans across the country.
“We cannot wait to get out on stage for the first time for our headline tour with Denis Coleman and Here At Last. The last 18 months have been so tough for everyone, we couldn’t have done it without the amazing online community that we’ve had supporting us throughout it. These shows will be a chance for us to get out there to see all of those people in real life, it’s going to be an experience we’ll never forget and we hope you’ll join us along the way.” – The 202
“I can’t wait to hit the road with these two fantastic bands this November! We’re all experiencing that hunger for live music that every gig-goer across the U.K. has known these past few months, and we can’t wait to translate that passion into a night no one in the building will forget!” – Denis Coleman
“We’re really excited to be able to perform in front of a live audience for the first time. Due to Covid, we were unable to perform to our loving fans up until this point. We are looking forward to sharing a stage with two very talented artists, and can not wait to interact with fans. The day has come where we can play our newly released singles to all our supporters. This is the moment we’ve waited for such a long time, and are thrilled we can share it with our devoted fans.” – Here At Last
ABOUT THE 202
The 202 are Henry Moodie, Luke Scott and Eddie Jones – a band from the UK. Hailing from Darlington and Surrey, The 202 met online and officially launched in the summer of 2020. Having shot past 5 million followers across their tiktok pages in their first year of formation under lockdown, the band are looking forward to taking their music on the road and supporting New Hope Club around the UK this August, followed soon after by their first headline show alongside Denis Coleman and Here At Last in November.
ABOUT DENIS COLEMAN
At only 18-years-old, Denis Coleman has already begun to establish himself as a serious contender in music. From composing music at the world leading conservatoire, London’s Royal College of Music and having his composition played at The Royal Albert Hall for the BBC Proms, Denis soon transitioned into pop when he was announced as the winner of the Open Mic Future Music Songwriter competition in 2018. Since then, Denis’ pop career has seen impressive milestones, where he boasts supporting credits for the tours and shows of artists including The Vamps, New Hope Club, Why Don’t We and most recently, HRVY’s Global Live Stream at The Royal Albert Hall. 2021 has seen Denis release new music for his upcoming second EP. Releases so far include ‘Tangerine’ and ‘Wrong Reasons’, as well as a remix of ‘Tangerine (Billen Ted Remix)’, with more music on the horizon very soon. He will also be supporting HRVY on tour this October across the UK, before embarking on the headline shows alongside Here At Last and The 202 in November.
ABOUT HERE AT LAST
With 2.5 million followers on TikTok since forming in March 2020 and hundreds of fan pages across all social media platforms, Here at Last, have made the leap from obscurity with a masterstroke of collective thinking. Zach, Tommy, Pedro, James and Ryan were locked down and seemingly locked out from taking their careers to the next level when lockdown rules prevented them from meeting. So, they moved the goalposts and moved in together. Paying the rent appeared to be another major hurdle, so the band appealed to their fans to find them jobs to keep their landlord happy. The band’s hundreds of fan accounts on Instagram started sharing messages to help find the band jobs to fund their career.
5th November London O2 Academy Islington
6th November Birmingham O2 Academy2
7th November Manchester Club Academy
10th November Sheffield O2 Academy2
11th November Liverpool O2 Academy2
12th November Glasgow SWG3 Warehouse
14th November Newcastle O2 Academy2
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