Papa Roach’s longest UK tour to date in support of their tenth studio album Who Do You Trust? will be hitting Birmingham’s O2 Academy on Monday April 29.
Over the past two decades American rockers have established themselves as true trendsetters in rock music.
They’ve been nominated for three Grammys, toured the globe with everyone from Eminem to Marilyn Manson, headlined festivals in their own right, and crafted the anthem Last Resort.
The group’s ninth full length album Crooked Teeth last year saw the band returning to their hungry and humble roots and illustrated why they’ve managed to remain relevant.
They recently passed 1 billion streams on Spotify and are notching up over 6.5 million streams a day across multiple playlists.
Papa Roach said “We are really excited to go deep in the UK and double the number of cities we played last year.
“We have the opportunity to visit places we’ve wanted to go to for a while like Edinburgh and Aberdeen as well as Exeter and Southampton.
The Monday – Thursday shows will finish at 10.30 p.m. to make sure our fans can catch their ride home.”
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