Elbow reschedule 2020 UK tour dates

20 September 2019, 11:01 | Updated: 26 March 2020, 17:48

Elbow in 2018
Elbow in 2018. Picture: Press

Guy Garvey and co have updated their schedule for 2020 - see the latest info here.

Elbow have rescheduled their 2020 tour dates in support of their latest album, Giants Of All Sizes.

The tour includes residences at theatres in Leeds, Edinburgh, Glasgow and London, with two nights at their hometown venue of the O2 Apollo Manchester.

Because of the coronavirus outbreak, the dates have been moved from March/April to September and October 2020. Tickets for the original dates remain valid.

Elbow UK Tour Dates 2020

17 September Hull, Bonus Arena (originally 8 April)
19 September Leeds, O2 Academy (originally 6 April)
20 September Leeds, O2 Academy (originally 7 April)
21 September Leicester, De Montfort Hall (originally 23 April)
23 September Manchester, O2 Apollo (originally 1 April)
24 September Manchester, O2 Apollo (originally 3 April)
25 September Manchester, O2 Apollo (originally 4 April)
29 September Newcastle, O2 Academy (originally 16 April)
30 September Newcastle, O2 Academy (originally 17 April)
1 October Glasgow, O2 Academy (tickets for both 13 and 14 April will be valid)
3 October Brighton, Centre (originally 24 April)
4 October Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (originally 18 April)
5 October Bournemouth, International Centre (originally 25 April)
8 October Portsmouth, Guildhall (originally 21 April)
10 October Plymouth, Pavilions (originally 20 April)
13 October Liverpool, Eventim Olympia (originally 31 March)
15 October Edinburgh, Usher Hall (originally 10 April)
16 October Edinburgh, Usher Hall (originally 11 April)
19 October London, Eventim Apollo (originally 27 April)
20 October London, Eventim Apollo (originally 28 April)
21 October London, Eventim Apollo (originally 29 April)

The show at Belfast, Waterfront Hall on 29 March will now take place on 28 June.

Full details are available at https://elbow.co.uk/

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