Due to illness, this show has unfortunately been postponed. Please see below for a statement from the band:
We are sorry to announce that due to ongoing illness within the band we are in the unfortunate position of having to postpone our remaining 2021 dates in the UK and Ireland.
We’re currently working on rescheduling these shows in 2022.
Ticket holders for Manchester, Bristol and Dublin will have their ticket valid for the already announced April shows.
Ticket holders for the other shows will be notified when a new date is announced in the new year and their ticket will be valid for this show.
If you want to ask for refund in the meantime, you can do so by contacting your point of purchase.
We can only apologise, your support and patience means a huge amount to us – it’s been an extremely difficult decision to make. We were really excited to play these shows – if we were in any position to, then we would have. We look forward to getting back on the road as soon as possible.
Post-punk outfit Black Country, New Road return to Brighton following a sold out show at The Hope & Ruin last year, and play their biggest show to date.
London-based six-piece, including violin & saxophone making eclectic & gnarly music for the Generation Z experience.