Pretty Vicious Tour Dates

Weaving stoner rock, grunge, psychedelia and punk, Pretty Vicious are a young rock four piece from Merthyr Tydfil who formed in 2014. Singer and guitarist Brad Griffiths started out singing Queen, Stereophonics and AC/DC songs in his living room with a vacuum cleaner. Once he'd formed the band, it took just two songs uploaded onto Soundcloud to gain them the attention of record labels, and a bidding war soon commenced.

Before they knew it, they were playing shows in Japan and offered support slots The Vaccines, Wolf Alice and Noel Gallagher. Fans of Oasis themselves, their debut album was produced by Owen Morris who previously helped produced Oasis' 'Definitely Maybe' and 'What's The Story (Morning Glory)'.

Pretty Vicious tour dates listed on Ents24.com since Dec 2014.

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Past Events

Here are the most recent UK tour dates we had listed for Pretty Vicious. Were you there?

  • Pretty Vicious
    Cardiff, The Globe
  • Pretty Vicious Jet Black 3
    Exeter, The Cavern
  • Modern Age Music EOY Party Pretty Vicious
    London, 229 The Venue
  • Y Not Festival 2019 Elbow, Two Door Cinema Club, Foals, Franz Ferdinand, You Me At Six…
    Matlock, Y Not Festival
  • Frank Turner / Deaf Havana The Pigeon Detectives, New Model Army, Wheatus, Ginger Wildheart, The Professionals…
    London, Various Venues Camden
  • Pretty Vicious
    St. Albans, The Horn
  • Pretty Vicious Al Moses
    London, The Camden Assembly
  • Pretty Vicious
    London, The Camden Assembly
  • Shimmer Sounds Peace, Fickle Friends, Pretty Vicious, The Howl & The Hum, Himalayas…
    Cardiff, Tramshed
  • Pretty Vicious
    Cardiff, The Globe