Attention teenage dirtbags - Wheatus are coming to Norwich
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Chart-topping pop-rockers Wheatus are coming to Norwich for a gig at The Waterfront later this year.
The band, famous for their debut single Teenage Dirtbag, will play a headline show in the city on May 30, as part of a UK tour.
Consisting of guitarist and vocalist Brendan B. Brown, bass player Matthew Milligan, Mark Palmer on keys and drummer Leo Freire, with Gabrielle Sterbenz and Joey Slater on backing vocals, the band were formed in Northport, New York in 1995.
The band will be supported by American singer-songwriter Mike Doughty who founded the band Soul Coughing.
Fans can expect Wheatus to play new material - they have a new single called Tipsy out now - alongside their famous hits.
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The news of their gig in the city follows a string of other popular artists announcing shows in Norwich including Stormzy, Shed Seven and Status Quo.
• Tickets are on sale now and cost £19.25.
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