Gender Roles have announced dates of an upcoming headline UK tour, which is set to take place in October 2021.
The tour will see the trio play 21 dates across the country, with support soon to be announced.
You can check out the full list of dates below.
OCTOBER 05 – PLYMOUTH, Junction OCTOBER 06 – EXETER, Cavern OCTOBER 07 – BRISTOL, Exchange OCTOBER 08 – SOUTHAMPTON, The Loft OCTOBER 09 – BOURNEMOUTH, Anvil OCTOBER 12 – GUILDFORD, Boileroom OCTOBER 13 – OXFORD, Jericho Tavern OCTOBER 14 – LEICESTER, Firebug OCTOBER 15 – CHESTER, The Saddle OCTOBER 16 – MANCHESTER, Yes Basement OCTOBER 17 – BIRMINGHAM, Dead Wax OCTOBER 19 – EDINBURGH, Sneaky Pete’s OCTOBER 20 – GLASGOW, Broadcast OCTOBER 21 – MIDDLESBOROUGH, Base Camp OCTOBER 22 – LEEDS, Brudenell Social Club OCTOBER 23 – SHEFFIELD, Record Junkee OCTOBER 26 – ST. ALBANS, The Horn OCTOBER 27 – NORTHAMPTON, The Black Prince OCTOBER 28 – NORWICH, Voodoo Daddy’s OCTOBER 29 – LONDON, Shackelwell Arms OCTOBER 30 – BRIGHTON, The Hope and Ruin
Tickets for the dates of the upcoming tour are available now and can be purchased via the band’s official website.
Belgian Quintet The Guru Guru have confirmed they are coming over to the UK later this year in August and November for a handful for headlining tour dates.
Support for the tour is set to come from The St. Pierre Snake Invasion.
Here are the tour dates.
AUGUST 11 – LEICESTER, Firebug AUGUST 12 – HULL, The Adelphi AUGUST 13 – NOTTINGHAM, The Chameleon AUGUST 14 – BIRMINGHAM, Dead Wax AUGUST 15 – MANCHESTER, Gullivers AUGUST 16 – GUILDFORD, The Boileroom AUGUST 17 – BRIGHTON, The Green Door Store AUGUST 19 – BRISTOL, Fernhill Farm (ArcTanGent Festival) SEPTEMBER 12 – LONDON, The Dome (Portals Festival) NOVEMBER 11 – LONDON, The Old Blue Last NOVEMBER 12 – LEEDS, Boom NOVEMBER 13 – BRISTOL, The Exchange
Guns N’ Roses have announced the dates for their rescheduled summer 2022 Stadium Tour.
The band originally planned the dates for June 2021 but will now be touring the UK and EU in the summer of 2022 due to COVID-19 Restrictions.
“Hey Gunners, unfortunately we need to ask for your patience one more time,” they say. “Our summer European tour dates will be rescheduled to 2022, but with the added bonus of new shows and special guest Gary Clark Jr! The tour kicks off in Lisbon, Portugal on June 4, 2022, with new dates in Norway, Czech Republic, Poland, Netherlands, and Italy.
“Tickets remain valid for all rescheduled dates, so please do hold onto them. We continue to be thankful for your understanding and support during these unprecedented times. Light is at the end of the tunnel and we are looking forward to getting back onstage later this year in the USA, Australia, New Zealand and next year in Europe and more!”
Here are the dates.
1st – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London 2nd -Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London 5th -Glasgow Glasgow Green, UK
After postponing their 2020 tour back to this year, Pearl Jam have been forced again to push back their shows.
The band will now play in 2022 for some huge shows, where they will play two nights in London as part of the British Summer Time event at Hyde Park. Tickets already purchased for these Euro shows will remain valid, and for fans who won’t be able to make these new dates, head to your point of purchase. General public tickets are also available now if you haven’t already picked yours up.
Earlier in the year, Evanescence were set to tour a few UK arenas in a co-headlining tour with Within Temptation but they were forced to postpone once and now the Rescheduled September 2020 tour dates have been scrapped.
The tour dates have now been rescheduled for September / October 2021.
“We are so disappointed that we won’t be seeing you this fall, but we’re accepting the challenge 2020 is giving us and pouring our time and hearts into making a great album instead. Friends, we miss you terribly and can’t wait to play these songs for you next year! Be safe, be well, we love you!”
The new Emo / Pop Punk four-piece straight out of Manchester are the best thing happening within the UK scene right now. They stormed sets at various festivals in 2019 as well as opening for the almighty Foo Fighters and now in 2020 opening for The Band Camino.
Well, it seems that they’re doing everything right in 2020 as the band have announced two headlining UK shows which will also be their debut headliners!
The shows are billed as Are You Feeling Alive? LIVE where I’m assuming they’ll perform their EP in full as well as more because Candy Coated Lies. One of the best tracks they have by far!
They announced London last night and today they SOLD OUT the Camden Assembly, where they’ll perform on 14th April 2020 within four hours. Massive massive congratulations there for the band. But that’s not all as they announced a second date for Manchester’s Deaf Institute on April 13th 2020 which still has tickets available.