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April 2020
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Mystery Jets have rescheduled their recently cancelled UK headline tour

The first lot of dates were cancelled due to ill health.
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Published: 9:33 pm, November 07, 2019
Mystery Jets have rescheduled their recently cancelled UK headline tour

Mystery Jets have rescheduled their UK headline tour.

The original batch of dates were cancelled when the band were forced to postpone the release of their album ‘A Billion Heartbeats’ due to ill health.

The rescheduled 2020 tour dates are as follows:

APRIL
10 Academy 2 – Manchester
11 Brewery Arts Centre – Kendal
13 The Wardrobe – Leeds
14 Oran Mor – Glasgow
16 The Caves – Edinburgh
17 The Riverside – Newcastle
19 The Welly – Hull
20 O2 Academy 2 – Leicester
22 O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
24 Trinity – Bristol
25 The Mill – Birmingham
27 O2 Academy – Oxford
29 Concorde 2 – Brighton

MAY
01 Junction – Cambridge

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