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Blossoms announce rescheduled UK tour dates

We’re very excited to be able to reschedule these shows into August and September 2021

Blossoms have today confirmed a series of rescheduled live dates for their upcoming UK tour in August and September 2021. The tour includes three nights at London’s O2 Forum, Kentish Town and culminates in a huge show at Manchester’s AO Arena on Saturday 18th September.

Support across the tour comes from The Magic Gang (30th, 31st Aug, 9th-15th, 18th Sept) The Lathums (all except 13th) and Fever (2nd – 7th, 13th & 17th Sept). Remaining tickets for the shows are on sale here.

Speaking about the tour, Blossoms said:

‘We’re very sorry to have to once again move our forthcoming UK tour dates. However, following last week’s government announcement, we’re very excited to be able to reschedule these shows into August and September 2021. All of your tickets will remain valid for these new dates and we can’t wait to see & perform for you later this year x’.

Rescheduled dates

Mon 30 Aug 2021 – Hull Bonus Arena

Tue 31 Aug 2021 – Glasgow O2 Academy

Thu 02 Sep 2021 – Lincoln Engine Shed

Fri 03 Sep 2021 – Stoke-On-Trent Victoria Hall

Sat 04 Sep 2021 – Birmingham O2 Academy

Tue 07 Sep 2021 – Cambridge Junction

Thu 09 Sep 2021 – Leeds O2 Academy

Sat 11 Sep 2021 – Newcastle O2 Academy

Mon 13 Sep 2021 – London O2 Forum Kentish Town

Tue 14 Sep 2021 – London O2 Forum Kentish Town

Wed 15 Sep 2021 – London O2 Forum Kentish Town

Fri 17 Sep 2021 – Leicester O2 Academy

Sat 18 Sep 2021 – Manchester AO Arena

Blossoms most recent studio album, Foolish Loving Spaces went to Number 1 in the UK album charts on its release in January last year and features the singles The Keeper and Your Girlfriend.

Since forming in 2013, Blossoms have enjoyed widespread success and acclaim. Their 2016 debut full length topped the album charts for two consecutive weeks and went on to earn the band BRIT Award and Mercury Prize nominations, while 2018’s Cool Like You charted at Number 4 in the UK album chart, spawning the anthemic singles I Can’t Stand It, There’s A Reason Why (I Never Returned Your Calls) and How Long Will This Last?