The Vamps announce 2021 UK Tour dates including Sheffield - here's how to get tickets

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The Vamps are coming to Sheffield next year.

The famous quartet will grace the city with a performance at the O2 Academy on Wednesday 28 April in support of their very latest upcoming album ‘Cherry Blossom’.

The shows will see The Vamps perform songs from their brand new album, which is due for release on 16 October, alongside a selection of their greatest hits.

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Eager fans also have the chance to gain early access to pre-sale tickets by pre-ordering the new album on any format from the UK official store - The orders will need to be placed before 9AM on Monday 5 October to be eligible for pre-sale access. General tickets will go on sale Thursday 8 October at 4PM.

The Vamps - Bradley Simpson, James McVey, Connor Ball and Tristan Evans.The Vamps - Bradley Simpson, James McVey, Connor Ball and Tristan Evans.
The Vamps - Bradley Simpson, James McVey, Connor Ball and Tristan Evans.

If you can’t make the Sheffield show, fear not, there will be another 8 performances across the UK you can attend. During the tour, The Vamps have chosen to partner with Help Refugees/Choose Love. 10% of the profits from VIP ticket sales will go to the organisation (subject to VAT).

VIP Tickets are only available at with The Vamps fan pre-sale starting at 10AM Tuesday 6 October, followed by O2 Priority pre-sale at 10am on October 7. VIP ticket packages include: concert ticket, early entry, access to soundcheck where extra songs are performed, pre-show Q&A with The Vamps, and tour laminate. All additional tickets will be available from Aegpresents and Ticketmaster.

In the space of just six years, The Vamps have morphed from a new fresh-faced boyband with instruments to a proper fully-fledged pop band crafting arena-sized hits.

For more information, visit the O2 Academy website.

The Vamps tour dates.The Vamps tour dates.
The Vamps tour dates.
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