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Originally scheduled to play huge shows across the UK throughout spring and summer, Foals have announced that they’ll now be returning to the road in May 2021.
The band continue to celebrate the release of their Mercury Prize nominated double album, Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost, the latter part of which was released in October of last year.
The newly announced dates will see them play three nights at London’s Olympia, two nights at Blackpool’s Empress Ballroom, and a headline performance at Birmingham’s Utilita Arena. News on the Cardiff and Manchester dates is expected to follow in the near future.
“Thank you for your patience and understanding over the past few weeks,” the band announce. “We’ve been hard at work to find a solution for the UK tour & we’re happy to say that we have rescheduled the UK tour to April and May 2021. We hope that you’ll be there with us.”
“There’s no doubt that these shows will be some of the most special as we come together in celebration, release and relief. We can’t wait. Until then stay safe.”
Foals will now tour on the following dates:
1 May 2021 – Olympia, London
2 May 2021 – Olympia, London
3 May 2021 – Olympia, London
6 May 2021 – Empress Ballroom, Blackpool
7 May 2021 – Empress Ballroom, Blackpool
8 May 2021 – Utilita Arena Birmingham, Birmingham
Crowded House have also announced rescheduled headline dates, returning to the road for their UK run from 9 – 16 June 2021.
Bringing huge hits such as Don’t Dream It’s Over and Weather With You with them, their newly announced dates will see them take to Glasgow, Birmingham and Cardiff before performing three nights at London’s Roundhouse from 14 – 16 June 2021.
Celebrating their acclaimed Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost project, Foals will now headline across the UK from 1 – 8 May 2021.
The Australian rockers will now be bringing their iconic hits to the UK from 9 – 16 June 2021.
Blending crushing guitars with bubblegum pop vocals, Poppy will headline shows across the UK from 7 – 13 December 2020.
Rising South London dancehall star IQ will now make headline appearances from 30 November – 5 December 2020.
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