London Punk group Bob Vylan have confirmed the dates of an upcoming headlining run of shows in the UK which is set to take place over July / August 2021
Witch Fever and Zand will be the support on select dates.
Here’s what the band have said on the upcoming tour.
“It’s been a long time coming! This tour is for everybody that’s been patiently waiting to experience our album ‘We Live Here’ live. We can promise it’s going to be a wild ride and we’ve picked some incredible artists to join us on this trip! With live music taking such a hit during the pandemic we were sure to pick venues that serve the community they’re part of and we’re excited to get out and bring The Church of Vylan to the people!”
Here are the tour dates.
28th – The Joiners, Southampton ^ 29th – Redrum, Stafford ^ 30th Yes Basement, Manchester ^
Hard hitting Yorkshire Quartet Blood Youth have announced a headlining UK tour which is set to take place this September.
Support is set to come from Death Blooms.
Chris Pritchard says:
“We’ve always wanted to do a tour like this where it’s just stripped down, up close and personal with no bullshit in between. Whenever we’ve tried to do something like this in the past, other tours and opportunities have gotten in the way but this time it’s happening. It feels more perfect than ever to have this be our first tour back after being away from fans for nearly 2 years now, to bring them back and closer than ever straight out the gate. We’re super excited to hit these towns and cities, most for the first time ever, with new songs, new visuals and a new skin – we can’t wait to share that experience with you all.”
Glassjaw are set to bring their 20+ Year Anniversaries Tour in the UK for Spring 2022
Following a US-run in March, the band will head to London to play two shows at the O2 Forum Kentish Town on 27th and 28th May. The earlier date will see them play 2000 album ‘Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Silence’, with the second featuring 2002’s ‘Worship And Tribute’.
Glassjaw have also announced a three-piece vinyl set as part of their anniversary celebrations. It will include ‘Live At The Forum’, their first official live release recorded at their 2011 London Forum show, as well as reissues of ‘Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Silence’ and ‘Worship And Tribute’.
The set will only be available to those “with a separately sold ticket” for the tour. The pre-sale goes live on July 9, with ticket holders collecting their purchases at the shows they attend.
Hot Milk have announced dates of a headline UK tour for September 2021 in support of their forthcoming EP, ‘I Just Wanna Know What Happens When I’m Dead’.
The band have also confirmed tickets purchased for their January UK tour dates, which were subsequently cancelled for obvious reasons due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, will remain valid for their respective rescheduled dates.
You can check out the band’s full list of UK tour dates below.
08th – Glasgow, Cathouse 10th – Manchester, Academy 2 11th – Birmingham, O2 Institute 2 12th – Leeds, The Key Club 14th – Nottingham, Bodega 15th – Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach 16th – London, O2 Academy Islington
Remaining tickets for the tour will go on sale from 10AM on Wednesday 16th June 2021 and can be purchased via the following link.
Svalbard will be hitting up venues for a headline UK tour this November, and they’ve now support ha been confirmed in the form of CLT DRP and Heriot.
The tour will act as their first dates since the release of last year’s full-length album, ‘When I Die, Will I Get Better?’.
You can check out all of the band’s forthcoming UK tour dates listed below.
AUGUST 13 – DERBY, Catton Hall (Bloodstock Open Air Festival) SEPTEMBER 04 – LEEDS, Brudenell Social Club (All-Dayer) SEPTEMBER 05 – BRIGHTON, Concorde 2 (Bad Pond Festival) NOVEMBER 20 – BIRMINGHAM, Asylum 2 * NOVEMBER 21 – NOTTINGHAM, Bodega NOVEMBER 22 – GLASGOW, Stereo NOVEMBER 23 – MANCHESTER, Yes NOVEMBER 24 – SHEFFIELD, Corporation NOVEMBER 25 – CARDIFF, Clwb Ifor Bach NOVEMBER 26 – BOURNEMOUTH, The Anvil NOVEMBER 27 – LONDON, The Dome DECEMBER 18 – BRISTOL, The Exchange
* = without CLT DRP
Tickets for the tour are on sale now via the following link.