The Hoosiers to perform at two Lincolnshire venues as part of 10th anniversary tour

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Indie-pop band The Hoosiers will perform in two Lincolnshire locations later this year as part of their 10th anniversary tour.

The band, best known for hits such as ‘Worried About Ray’ and ‘Goodbye Mr A’, will perform in Lincoln and Scunthorpe.

First appearing in 2007, The Hoosiers came onto the indie-pop scene with their debut album ‘The Trick To Life’, which reached the top of the album charts.

Never released on vinyl, the band will be selling a new limited edition vinyl pressing and expanded 2CD edition of their debut as part of their UK tour that will see them play the album in its entirety, something they’ve never done before.


The band will perform at the Lincoln Imp on Gloucester Avenue on Tuesday, October 31 at 7.30pm.

Tickets cost £15 per person and will go on sale at 3pm on Monday, July 17. For more information visit the Facebook page.


The Hoosiers will perform at the Engine Shed at 7pm on Sunday, November 5.

Tickets cost £15 per person and will go on sale on the Engine Shed website at 10am on Wednesday, July 19.

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