Snow Patrol Summer Festival Appearances Announced
Added on 12th February 2005

It has just been announced that Snow Patrol will be playing at this years Coachella Festival in California. The festival will see Snow Patrol playing alongside NIN, Weezer, Prodigy and Coldplay as well as a host of other bands on the first day of the festival. Tickets are on sale now, check out for more information.
It has also been confirmed that Snow Patrol will be playing at this summer’s Isle of Wight festival which will take place in June. They join headliners REM as well Embrace who will both take to the stage on the 12th June at the legendary Festival. Tickets for the event are already on sale from priced £35 for a day ticket and £90 for a weekend pass.

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