The popular ’00s rock band have announced two Scottish shows for their upcoming UK-wide tour
A POPULAR noughties rock band have announced two Scottish shows this year as part of a UK-wide tour.
New York rockers Wheatus will be playing Glasgow and Dunfermline this September.
The band, best known for their hit song Teenage Dirtbag, released the tour dates on their Instagram today.
It’s been four years since they toured the UK and Ireland.
And revealed that more dates will be announced soon.
The announcement read: “IT’S FINALLY HAPPENING!!! After more than four years apart, we are finally returning to the UK and Ireland this autumn.
“Tickets go on sale Thursday, April 6th at 10am local time. Here we go.
“PS Yes, more dates will be announced soon…especially if you help us sell these out early!”
The band will head to King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on Wednesday, September 27th.
And then they will play at PJ Molly’s in Dunfermline the following night on Thursday 28th September.
Ticket sales begin Thursday, April 6 at 10 a.m. at wheatus.com/shows.
Fans were thrilled to hear the band was coming back to the UK.
One person said: “Oh my god no way!!!! I really can’t wait.”
Another wrote: “OMGGGGGGGGGGGG GUYS.”
While a third commented: “Yesssss finally!!! I have missed you!!”
And a fourth said: “I’m incredibly excited right now!”
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