Bad Touch tickets

Bad Touch Tickets

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Bad TouchWaterfront StudioNorwich19:30Book Tickets
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Bad TouchThe BodegaNottingham19:00Book Tickets
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Bad TouchKKs Steel MillWolverhampton19:00Book Tickets
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Bad TouchO2 Academy2 IslingtonLondon19:00Book Tickets
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HeadliningCleethorpes RocksBeachcomberCleethorpes14:00Book Tickets
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Bad Touch Fan Reviews (1) 5.0
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"Entertaining evening"
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Bad Touch, The Flowerpot, Derby - 1st November 2018

3 amazingly talented bands who all obviously genuinely enjoy what they do and a well organised event 🤩🤟

Posted by Jared on 02/11/2018

Bad Touch will be playing Waterfront Studio at Norwich in March, then The Bodega at Nottingham, KKs Steel Mill at Wolverhampton and O2 Academy2 Islington in London during April 2020.

Artist Bio

An unassuming college in Norfolk was where it began for rock five-piece Bad Touch. They recorded their first EP at Leeders Farm Studio in 2012. This sparked a wave of new opportunities for the band, building a reputation as an outstanding live band, they soon earned themselves an Exposure Music Award and played Hard Rock Hell.

The next two years saw Bad Touch reach new heights. They toured with a variety of hard rock artists including Bonafide, The Quireboys and Tyketto. They rocked the UK festival circuit with appearances at Download, Hard Rock Hell and Steelhouse.

Bad Touch’s debut came in 2015. ‘Half Way Home’, recorded at Foel Studios, received rave review. Capitalising on the success of their debut release, the band embarked on a UK tour with Northern Irish rocker, The Answer.

Touring continued in 2016, with supports slots for Jared James Nichols, Kentucky Headhunters and Massive. The band rounded off their year on the road with the release of their second album ‘Truth Be Told’. The lead single, ‘99%’, was remixed for radio by legendary Rolling Stones producer, Chris Kimsey.
Their critically acclaimed sound secured them a slot on the Planet Rock Roadstars tour as well as performances at Ramblin’ Man, Wildfire and Amplified and they headlined the ‘Planet Rock Presents’ tour and supporting Skid Row.

The event organisers have only given us limited supplies of Bad Touch concert tickets, so with only so many on offer you will need to act fast and book early to avoid being left disappointed. This year has seen Gigantic take home the prize for Nottingham Post’s ‘Retail Business of the Year’ because of our vast array of essential gig tickets plus our excellent customer service, so you know we are the right place to come whenever you are booking for your big night out.

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