Joe Sugg & Dianne Buswell have today announced that their upcoming 21-date UK tour The Joe & Dianne Show is being rescheduled for March & April 2021.
The decision was made to postpone the tour with the safety of audiences, band, crew and venue staff in mind. The show was due to hit the road last month, but the tour has now been rescheduled for Easter 2021. Venues and ticket agents will contact customers about their bookings, exchanging into the new dates, unless there is a local venue change, in which case customers will be refunded and will be able to book for the new date.
Addressing fans Joe & Dianne said: “As you know, we had to make the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 tour of The Joe and Dianne Show due to current circumstances, but the good news is that the tour has been rescheduled and we can now confirm our new dates for Easter 2021. Please visit www.thejoeanddianneshow.co.uk for more information.
Our promoter has managed to secure a new date in almost all venues and your tickets will be exchanged automatically. If the new date does not work for you, please contact your point of purchase.
Unfortunately we are not able to return to the Liverpool Empire but we will be coming to the Liverpool Philharmonic instead. For the same reason, in Southampton we will now be playing at the O2 Guildhall rather than the Mayflower. Customers for those dates will be reimbursed and will need to rebook for the new venue. More details on those new on-sale dates will be on the website shortly.
Please bear with the venues and tickets agents as they are really busy at the moment and working through all the exchanges as fast as possible.
We are really looking forward to bringing our show to you next year – we have had so much fun rehearsing over the last few weeks and with even more time to finesse things, you are in for a treat!”
Joe & Dianne will play the following rescheduled UK ‘The Joe & Dianne show’ tour dates in 2021, promising a show like no other. A must see production for fans of all ages.
UK TOUR DATES
30th March – Southampton, O2 Guildhall
31st March – Bath, Forum
1st April – London, Eventim Apollo
2nd April – Brighton, Brighton Centre
3rd April – Portsmouth, Guildhall
4th April – Plymouth Pavilion
6th April – Oxford, New Theatre
7th April – Sheffield, City Hall
8th April – Manchester, Apollo
9th April – Bournemouth, BIC
10th April – Leeds, First Direct Arena
12th April – Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
13th April – Ipswich, Regent
14th April – Southend, Cliffs Pavilion
15th April – Hull, Bonus Arena
16th April – Newcastle, O2 City Hall
18th April – Glasgow, Armadillo
19th April – Liverpool, Philharmonic
20th April – Northampton, Royal & Derngate
21st April – Birmingham, Utilita Arena
22nd April – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena