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2018 World Tour

Posted: Tue Jan 30, 2018 11:07 am
by suitcaselife
So, here we go again. New record, new tourdates, new kind of excitement. Really huge venues in Germany tho, I'm really interested how those shows will turn out in the end and which support acts will be announced!

Re: 2018 World Tour

Posted: Tue Jan 30, 2018 1:25 pm
by babygirl1608
Looking forward to this tour. Can anyone advise about age limits at the Southampton gig. I checked with the venue and they said under 14s with an adult are permitted. But see tickets says over 14s only? I don't want to buy 4 tickets and find we can't get in because I've brought my under 14s

Re: 2018 World Tour

Posted: Mon Feb 12, 2018 11:48 am
by BATSONM
We had the same confusion for the gig there in November 2015.

My son was just twelve at the time. We had no problem getting him in.

As long as he is accompanied by am adult there is no issue.

Re: 2018 World Tour

Posted: Thu Mar 15, 2018 6:11 pm
by slowmyke
I'm seriously stoked that Lucero is along for the tour in the US. I've been thinking they'd make a great combo for a tour, a kind of country punk rock band and a punk rock country band.

Re: 2018 World Tour

Posted: Wed Apr 11, 2018 12:32 am
by UncleBozo
Just wanted to thank Frank for making the long trek to Alaska. Was introduced to Frank's music by my older daughter, whose best friend when we lived in the UK in 1998, subsequently became acquainted with Frank, and suggested that my daughter might like Frank's music. She did, and so do my wife and I! Six of us geezers attended the show at Koot's in Anchorage. It was a great, intimate show. Having said that, I hope that Frank can return to play in a larger, more comfortable (for us senior citizens) venue! RE: slowmyke's comment below, I totally agree. My wife and I attended a Lucero concert at a local ski resort the weekend after Frank played in Anchorage. It, too, was great show. Can't think of a better combination for a concert.

Thanks again, Frank.

Re: 2018 World Tour

Posted: Thu Apr 12, 2018 11:37 pm
by reitzel6570
I think that just leaves Hawaii, South Dakota and Wyoming that haven't been played? I bet not many bands have hit all the US states. That's some serious dedication to touring.

Re: 2018 World Tour

Posted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:38 pm
by waywardson
I’m hoping for a Frank Turner / Hell Caminos (featuring former Skinny Lister bassist Michael Camino) gig in Honolulu.