Cardiff, United Kingdom, April 20, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The two bands enjoy a niche following in the UK and can look forward to enthusiastic crowds at their Cardiff Student Union gig in May. The bands’ dual concert takes place on 22nd May from 7pm and tickets for the gig are going fast.
MayDay Parade were formed in Florida and steadily built up a good name for themselves on the US live gig scene, thanks to their albums A Lesson in Romantics and Anywhere but Here. The 5-piece band will be promoting their new EP, Valdosta on their tour of Europe.
A Rocket to the Moon comes from the opposite end of the States, hailing from Massachusetts, and they too enjoy a cult following back home. Formed 5 years ago the band will be looking to build on the success of their 2010 EP, The Rainy Day Sessions, which achieved significant airplay in the UK.
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, booking ahead online is recommended. With taxis in Cardiff being expensive getting a hotel room somewhere close to the University student union venue makes sense all round.”
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