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WWE, Pet Shop Boys + more announce rescheduled dates

Discover more as artists and events confirm new dates.

WWE Live, Pet Shop Boys and Larkin Poe are among the events, shows and artists announcing rescheduled dates this week.

WWE have confirmed that their Live Tour, as well as the UK outing for Smackdown, will now take place in October 2020.

In the world of music, synth-pop pioneers Pet Shop Boys have rescheduled their shows into May and June of next year, as American rockers Larkin Poe reveal new dates for February 2021.

Other artists confirming rescheduled dates over recent days include country-rockers Brothers Osborne, East London rapper Bexey, British trio The Hara and New York City indie icon Darwin Deez.


WWE Live & Smackdown
The wrestling giants will be bringing both their Live Tour and Smackdown to the UK in October 2020, with Friday Night Smackdown set to take place on Friday 9 October.
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Pet Shop Boys
The London synth-pop duo will be returning to the road from 21 May until 1 June 2021, in celebration of this year’s Hotspot album release.
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Larkin Poe
Stateside rock outfit Larkin Poe will be touring across the UK from 4 – 11 February 2021. Fronted by Rebecca and Megan Lovell, the duo recently unveiled new single Holy Ghost Fire.
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Brothers Osborne
Country-rock duo Brothers Osborne will return to the UK for shows from 11 – 17 January 2021. The band most recently unveiled their live recording, Live At The Ryman.
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Bexey
Romford rapper Bexey will now be touring the UK from 25 – 31 August 2020, including a headline show at London’s Electric Ballroom. He released his latest EP, BLOOD, MAGIC & DIAMONDS, on Valentine’s Day this year.
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The Hara
Comprising lead vocalist Josh Taylor, guitarist Zack Breen and drummer Jack Kennedy, British rockers The Hara will tour across the UK from 22 November until 6 December 2020.
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Darwin Deez
New York City indie stalwart Darwin Deez will mark ten years since his acclaimed self-titled album with live dates across the UK, now from 15 – 25 May 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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