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Guns N’ Roses, Stormzy + more reschedule dates

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Rock veterans Guns N’ Roses have announced rescheduled headline dates, coming to London and Glasgow in June 2021. Fronted by Axl Rose and featuring founding members Slash and Duff McKagan on guitar and bass respectively, the band will take to London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on 18 – 19 June 2021 and Glasgow’s Bellahouston Park on 24 June 2021.

With a career spanning five decades, the band released their long-awaited Chinese Democracy in 2008, fifteen years after their prior full-length The Spaghetti Incident. Their acclaimed catalogue includes rock club staples Welcome To The Jungle, Sweet Child O’ Mine and Paradise City, as well as the epic ballad November Rain.

The headline dates mark the band’s return to the UK following their huge reunion shows in 2017 which saw them take to London Stadium across two nights, as well as topping the bill at Download Festival the following year.

British grime veteran Stormzy has also rescheduled his forthcoming live shows in support of his No.1 sophomore album, Heavy Is The Head. The new live dates will kick off at Newcastle’s Utilita Arena on 7 April 2021, and includes three nights at London’s The O2.

Stormzy released his acclaimed second full-length towards the end of 2019, including the singles Vossi Bop, Crown and the Ed Sheeran and Burna Boy featuring Own It.

Following his No.1 debut Gang Signs & Prayer, the album repeated the success of its predecessor and secured him a Best Male Solo Artist win at the 2020 BRIT Awards.


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The recently reunited pop quartet McFly have rescheduled their highly anticipated comeback shows to May 2021. With 19 top ten singles to their name, Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones, Dougie Poynter and Harry Judd recently returned to the stage in November 2019 with a standalone show at London’s The O2.

They are currently gearing up for the release of their sixth studio album, having unveiled new single Happiness towards the end of May. Young Dumb Thrills is set to drop in November, with Judd adding: “We want as many people as possible to hear our new music and when we can, we want to go out and play for our fans. But for us, nothing will ever beat being able to hang out with your mates and make amazing music that you love. For us, that’s what McFly is always going to be about.”

Welsh pop-punk heroes Neck Deep will now take to venues across the UK in support of their new album All Distortions Are Intentional in March and April 2021.

Their fourth studio album, the record entered the UK top five upon release off the back of singles Lowlife, When You Know and Fall.

The dates will see them headline in Birmingham, Bristol, London, Newcastle and Manchester.

All tickets purchased through Ticketmaster for the original dates remain valid for the newly announced shows, and those affected will be contacted by our Customer Services team.

For a full list of all cancelled, postponed and rescheduled events, and for all FAQs, head to our Event Status Updates.


Guns N’ Roses
Axl Rose, Duff McKagan, Slash, Dizzy Reed and more take to London and Glasgow in June 2021.
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Stormzy
The grime pioneer tours across the UK, including three nights at London’s The O2, from 7 – 23 April 2021.
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McFly
The four-piece make their return to the stage from 10 – 24 May 2021.
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Neck Deep
The Welsh pop-punk outfit tour the UK from 31 March – 9 April 2021.
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All tickets purchased through Ticketmaster for the original dates remain valid for the newly announced shows, and those affected will be contacted by our Customer Services team.

For a full list of all cancelled, postponed and rescheduled events, and for all FAQs, head to our Event Status Updates.

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