The latest The Vamps Tour Diary entry comes from Perth, Australia. The video comes from the guys’ last day on the Australian leg of the tour.
“It’s been amazing honestly. Very, very fun here,” shared Brad, just before he admits he hasn’t had a good wash since the tour began.
This video includes plenty of fan footage—so be on the look out for yourself if you attended the show. As always the entry includes a clip from sound check and footage from the concert itself—which we really appreciate since we can’t catch them in concert every time.
One of the highlight of the video is that a cover version of ‘I Knew You Were Trouble’–originally by Taylor Swift–plays as background music over the concert footage.
Tomorrow, The Vamps hit Fabrique in Milan, Italy. The guys head to the U.S. on July 21 when they will before at the House of Blues in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Tickets for that show go on sale on May 16.
Yesterday, The Vamps shared their Nottingham, U.K. tour experience. This time, the tour diary is led by Bradley Simpson.
Brad explains that this time around, they did something different… they warmed up for their sound check. By that, he means the guys all danced around. The Vamps are just too funny.
In soundcheck itself, Brad reveals that they did a few tweeks. He also spilled that he and Connor worked on a new track. We’re hoping the guys perform that track on tour so we can get a listen!
Brad shared a big thank you to all of the fans for making the Nottingham show awesome. He really liked how the crowd was so loud and sang back.
Tonight, The Vamps hit the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff, U.K. Tomorrow, they will hit Birmingham. The Vamps arrive in the U.S. on July 21 at the House of Blues in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Tickets go on sale on May 16 and supporting artists for the U.S. tour include Before You Exit and The Tide.
During The Vamps’ latest tour diary, the guys are hanging out in Newcastle, UK. This time, Tristan Evans leads the diary “entry.”
Before Tris begins chatting about his Newcastle experience, he extends a big thank you to fans in London. Thanks to all the fans, the guys were able to sell out the O2 Arena twice. According to Tris, that’s about 36,000 people!
He then extends a big thank you to the Newcastle show. This was a home show for Brad, so it meant a lot to the group that fans were really feeling it. Tris says the band will definitely have head back soon.
The guys next show will be held at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff, UK on May 7. This Friday, they head to Genting Arena in Birmingham, UK.
The Vamps also recently announced their first headlining U.S. tour. That kicks off on July 21 at the House of Blues in Lake Buena Vista, FL. Tickets go on sale May 16 and according to the band’s official Twitter account, tickets will only be $25.