Discover more as musicians and comedians confirmed new dates for their shows and tours.
Stadium veterans The Who, pop superstar Dua Lipa, and stand-up comedy hero Dane Baptiste are among the artists announcing rescheduled tour dates following recent enforced postponement.
The Who, originally scheduled to take to arenas across the UK at the end of this month and into early April, will now return to the road in 2021.
Dua Lipa, who has moved the release of her eagerly anticipated sophomore album Future Nostalgia forward to Friday 27 March 2020, will tour the record across the UK in January 2021, including two nights at London’s The O2.
Comedian Dane Baptiste has rescheduled his forthcoming The Chocolate Chip tour into early 2021.
Stateside pop outfit Pussycat Dolls have also confirmed that they’ll be crossing the pond for their headline arena shows in October 2020 following a number of outdoor shows across the summer. The group had originally been scheduled to tour throughout the UK in April.
The comedian will be touring The Chocolate Chip from 26 February 2021 until 19 March 2021. [Find tickets]
The Future Nostalgia pop superstar will be touring across the UK from 3 – 22 January 2021. [Find tickets]
The Scottish troubadour will be playing shows across the UK from 18 July 2020 until 29 September 2020. [Find tickets]
Nicole Scherzinger and co. will now be playing headline arena shows in October 2020, following a series of scheduled outdoor performances. [Find tickets]
Rock veterans The Who will bring their arena tour to venues across the UK from 8 – 29 March 2021. [Find tickets]
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