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THE TREATMENT announce their biggest ever UK headline show Print E-mail
Wednesday, 27 February 2013 17:55



UK rockers The Treatment will headline Nottingham’s multi award-winning indie venue, Rock City, on March 31st 2013.


This will be the Cambridge band’s biggest headline show yet, with support from a whole host of hard rockin’ acts, the likes of Trucker Diablo, Afterlife, Black Wolf, Massive Wagons, Sinners Highway & Wraith!


Meanwhile, The Treatment will guest with ex-GN'R & Velvet Revolver axe-man Slash on four shows in February & March before joining Status Quo on a full UK tour that sees the most celebrated Quo line-up back together again! Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster & John Coghlan, the original line-up of the mighty Quo, have invited The Treatment to play as sole Special Guests on a nine-date tour of major UK venues, starting at the Manchester Apollo on March 6th 2013!


The full list of dates – including a headline show in Northern Ireland – is as follows:


28 Nottingham Arena, Nottingham (w/ Slash)


01 Empress Ballroom, Blackpool (w/ Slash)
02 The Diamond Club, Ballymena (headline show)
03 Olympia Theatre, Dublin (w/ Slash)
04 Olympia Theatre, Dublin (w/ Slash)
06 Apollo, Manchester (w/Status Quo)
07 Civic Hall, Wolverhampton (w/Status Quo)
09 O2 Academy, Glasgow (w/Status Quo)
10 O2 Academy, Glasgow (w/Status Quo)
12 O2 Apollo, Manchester (w/Status Quo)
13 Civic Hall, Wolverhampton (w/Status Quo)
15 Hammersmith Apollo, London (w/Status Quo)
16 Hammersmith Apollo, London (w/Status Quo)
17 Wembley Arena, London (w/Status Quo)
31 Rock City, Nottingham (headline show)


Tickets for the headline show in Nottingham are available here:


Tickets for the dates with Status Quo are available here:


Tickets for the dates with Slash are available here:


Tickets for the headline show in Ballymena are available here:


The Treatment have also confirmed the re-release of their five-track EP, ‘Then & Again’, a choice selection of ’70s covers; this is now available on CD & download via Spinefarm Records.