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Sam Fender has rescheduled his huge UK headline tour till 2021

We all know why okay.
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Published: 4:33 pm, June 08, 2020Words: Jamie Muir. Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
Sam Fender has rescheduled his huge UK headline tour till 2021

Sam Fender has announced that he’s rescheduling his bumper run of UK headline shows to 2021

After originally moving the dates till later in 2020, Mr Fender has now shifted the shows till next year. We all know why so hey, lets not dwell on it?

The new dates (including two nights at London’s Alexandra Palace amongst many many others) will now kick off on April 4th, running through with dates stretching into May and June. They're all sold-out too, with all tickets remaining valid

Noting online, Sam said: “With the current state that the UK is in, we're pushing all shows back until next year. It sucks but by the time these shows come around, there will be loads of new music to play you. So keep hold of your tickets cos it's gonna be insane. See you then!”

Check out the new run of shows below:

APRIL
07 GLASGOW Barrowland Ballroom
08 GLASGOW Barrowland Ballroom
11 BIRMINGHAM O2 Academy
12 BRISTOL O2 Academy
14 MANCHESTER Victoria Warehouse
15 MANCHESTER Victoria Warehouse
18 LONDON Brixton Academy
24 CARDIFF Motorpoint Arena
27 LONDON Alexandra Palace
28 LONDON Alexandra Palace
30 LEEDS First Direct Arena

MAY
01 NEWCASTLE Utilita Arena

JUNE
08 LEICESTER De Montfort Hall

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