Tide Lines – Revive Live Tour

Music |
10th September 2022

Doors 7.30pm | Tickets £15 | Support Vacant Weekend | Malt Room Standing

Tide Lines will be playing Brewery Arts as part of Music Venue Trust / The National Lottery’s Revive Live Tour.

The Music Venue Trust is continuing it’s The National Lottery association to help #ReviveLive music in grassroots music venues across the UK with The National Lottery Revive Live Tour.

Hundreds of live music shows like this will be funded by The National Lottery, which helps kickstart quality live music and put artists back into venues where they belong.

We’re inviting you to buy a ticket for this show and because we know you have been itching to get back out and see some live music, when purchasing you can claim another ticket courtesy of The National Lottery ABSOLUTELY FREE!

We all love music and mates, now is the time to #ComeTogether to #ReviveLive music.

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Tide Lines formed in Glasgow in 2016 but are deeply rooted in rural Scotland. The band have built a large & passionate fanbase through blistering live shows and anthemic songs. They headline shows all over the country and have also played to hundreds of thousands at various music festivals. They recently toured the UK with sell out shows including Glasgow, Newcastle, Leeds, Manchester, Bristol, Cardiff and London. Their last Glasgow show was on 12th March at the 2,500 capacity O2 Academy which sold out the same day it went on sale. This was the band’s biggest headline show to date. Their last album, Eye of the Storm, charted at 12 in the Official UK Album Charts during lockdown narrowly missing the top 10.

After realising early-on in their school careers that they didn’t quite fit in, Vacant Weekend are three friends who bonded over a shared love of music, and a vision of creation without fear. Coming together in 2019 after four or five years of each playing and writing in various different ensembles, the trio have embraced the sentiment of being outsiders whole-heartedly. 

While the band’s drummer and lead singer met at school, during lessons they both found themselves uninterested in, the guitarist and drummer bonded over impromptu playground busking. After decking themselves out in clothes from a second-hand shop on a Cumbrian fell, Vacant Weekend emerged as a band that are, if nothing else, uniquely themselves. 


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10th September 2022

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