Category: Festivals


Don Broco have been announced to be joining an absolute stonking line up at this year’s Hit the Deck Festival in Nottingham. Tickets are on sale now for £20 from with all the necessary info at! Why not have a lovely list on the entire line up whilst you’re at it:

Kids In Glass Houses
Deaf Havana
Cancer Bats
The Wonder Years
Lower than Atlantis
Arcane Roots
Arse Full Of Chips
Autumn In Disguise
Baby Godzilla
Bat Sabbath
The Black and Reds
The Black Youth
Bury Tomorrow
Crazy Arm
The Dangerous Summer
Dead Harts
The Defiled
Don Droco
Every Avenue
I am The Avalanche
Imperial Leisure
Mallory Knox
Of Mice And Men
Perry Bryan (Acoustic)
Rolo Tomoassi
Shadows Chasing Ghosts
Silent Screams
The Social Club
Straight Lines
The Summer Set
The Swellers
We Are The In Crowd
William Bailey (Acoustic)
With One Last Breath
Wolves Likes Us

Don Broco will be making a return to Brighton on Thursday 10th May 2012, as they appear at the 2012 Great Escape festival. The band will be playing alongside old buddies Lower than Atlantis and Max Raptor on the Rock Sound stage (Concorde 2).

Tickets are on sale now at varying prices. £8.50 tickets for this gig will be on sale soon. Check for more details!

Don Broco will be playing BOTH Slam Dunk North 2012 and Slam Dunk South 2012, as well as a side show in Cardiff:


After one year away, Takedown Festival has made a comeback with FOUR stages on Sunday 18th March 2011 at Southampton University. Don Broco play the main stage (Troublegum Stage) alongside Skindred, Deaf Havana and Lower Than Atlantis. The Manifest Stage is made up of Bury Tomorrow, Heights and Feed The Rhino with so many more bands to be announced.

Tickets: £22.50 advance – 21st December (Early bird presale) / 23rd December  (General sale)

Doors: 1.30pm

Age Limit: 14+

Facebook events: F Yeah Don Broco event / Official event

See you in the pit! have posted a review of Don Broco‘s live performance at this year’s Reading Festival. You can read it below:

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After recommending readers to see the band, Metro picked Don Broco as one of their Reading Festival 2011 highlights (second behind Muse in fact!)

Don Broco crush it (and themselves)

Attracting a large crowd to the introducing stage, Don Broco waste no time as they career into catchy tune Thug Workout and manage to incite an early wall of death – with singer Rob Damiani right in the middle of it.

You can read the rest of the article here.