N-Dubz announce huge outdoor show in Sunderland with Nathan Dawe and Bad Boy Chiller Crew
N-Dubz announce huge outdoor show in Sunderland with Nathan Dawe and Bad Boy Chiller Crew.
The team behind Kubix Festival are bringing N-Dubz to Sunderland as part of their national Summer Tour 2023 with a huge outdoor headline production never seen in the area before. Taking place in Herrington Country Park on Friday 21st July 2023, following the record breaking N-Dubz sell out arena tour in 2022, their summer tour is going to be their biggest shows to date. Alongside N-Dubz, are chart toppers Nathan Dawe and Bad Boy Chiller Crew providing an added edge to an already exceptional event.
Sunderland has never before seen a production like this and this event will generate millions of pounds in income to Sunderland and the surrounding areas with hotels, restaurants, bars and clubs expecting a record breaking weekend with over 35,000 people expected to attend in 2 days. Aside from the monetary gain for the City, this will really start showcasing Sunderland as a prime city for international touring artists and open the doors for more chart topping stars to choose Sunderland for their large scale tours.
Sunderland has always prided itself on having a strong music scene and by bringing large scale events to the city, this shows that Sunderland can compete with major cities across the UK as a primary city for live music.
Organiser Alex Hutchinson said "We've always prided ourselves on bringing great events to Sunderland and the next step to that is bringing huge headline shows with international artists to Herrington Country Park. N-Dubz is the start of that and we are the only independent promoters involved with this tour. With exciting supports in Nathan Dawe and Bad Boy Chiller Crew playing Sunderland for the first time, this a huge coup for the North East in general. The whole show is going to be unlike any other Sunderland has seen before and we are delighted to bring this in between our two Kubix festivals to provide even more affordable events to the city at a time when we know people are struggling".