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Rackhouse Pilfer announce March-April UK tour

Mar 2, 2017

Irish Americana-bluegrass sextet Rackhouse Pilfer announce extensive UK tour from March 11-April 2, opening with a show at this year’s Country to Country Festival at London’s 02 Arena. Performing songs from their acclaimed 2014 album Love and Havoc, they’ll also be previewing material from their eagerly anticipated third album, due for release in the summer.

Awarded ‘Live Band of the Year’ by Hot Press soon after releasing their second album Love and Havoc, they’ve become festival favourites across Europe, receiving rave reviews for their energetic live shows, harmony-vocals & original songs. In 2015 they were hand-picked by legendary producer Ethan Johns, to work with Tom Jones on his Long Lost Suitcase album.

Formed in 2012 by the fireside of McGarrigles bar in Sligo, they released their debut album in 2013, before heading to Nashville in 2014 to record second album Love and Havoc with esteemed producer Brad Jones (Steve Earle, John Prine, Josh Rouse, Hayes Carll).


Rackhouse Pilfer · March-April 2017 UK Tour


Sat 11       London                               Country to Country, The O2 Arena, Town Square stage

Sun 12      Birmingham                        Ceol Castle, St. Patrick’s Day Parade (afternoon & late shows)

Tue 14       Bangor                               Blue Sky Café

Wed 15      Settle                                 Victoria Hall

Thu 16      Bury                                   The Met, The Box

Fri 17        Liverpool                             Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Music Room

Sat 18       Paisley                                The Bungalow

Sun 19      Edinburgh                           House Concert

Mon 20      Newcastle upon Tyne         The Cluny 2

Tue 21       New Galloway                    Catstrand

Wed 22      Kirkby FleethamN. Yorks.     House Concert

Fri 24         St IshmaelsPembrokeshire     St Ishmaels Sports & Social Club

Sat 25        Fareham                             Ashcroft Arts Centre

Sun 26       Shoreham-by-Sea               Ropetackle Arts Centre

Tue 28       Milton Keynes                     The Stables, Stage 2

Wed 29      Maidenhead                        Norden Farm Centre for the Arts

Thu 30       London                               Nell’s Jazz & Blues

Fri 31        Bath                                   Chapel Arts Centre



Sat 1         Witheridgenr. Tiverton          Witheridge Parish Hall

Sun 2        Constantinenr. Falmouth        Tolmen Centre

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