NEWS: Billy Bragg Announces a UK & IE Tour, 2021

Billy Bragg announces that he will tour the UK and Ireland in autumn 2021. Billy previously toured the UK/Ireland on his epic ‘One Step Forward, Two Steps Back’ tour in 2019.

Says Billy: “In these challenging times, we all need something to hang on to. Like everyone else, my plans for 2020 have been disrupted by the pandemic, but today I’m announcing an extensive UK & Irish tour for this time next year to give me something tangible to work towards. My hope is that, by then, we’ll be able to get together again and enjoy the uplift that live music brings, to audience and performer alike. Hope to see you next autumn.”

Tickets on sale 10am Friday 16th October 2020 via

The full list of dates is:

Thurs 21 – GATESHEAD – Sage Gateshead
Fri 22 – DUNDEE – Fat Sam’s
Sat 23 – GLASGOW – Barrowland Ballroom
Tues 26 – LIVERPOOL – Philharmonic Hall
Wed 27 – OXFORD – New Theatre
Thurs 28 – BIRMINGHAM – Symphony Hall
Sat 30 – CARDIFF – St David’s Hall
Sun 31 – SOUTHAMPTON – 02 Guildhall

Tues 2 – BELFAST – Ulster Hall
Thurs 4 – DUBLIN – Vicar Street
Sat 6 – GALWAY – Black Box Theatre
Wed 10 – READING – Hexagon
Thurs 11 – EXETER – University Great Hall
Fri 12 – BRISTOL – 02 Academy
Tues 16 – GUILDFORD – G Live
Thurs 18 – CAMBRIDGE – Corn Exchange
Fri 19 – NOTTINGHAM – Rock City
Sat 20 – MANCHESTER – Albert Hall
Sun 21 – SHEFFIELD – City Hall
Tues 23 – BRIGHTON – Dome
Thurs 25 – SOUTHEND-ON-SEA – Cliffs Pavilion
Fri 26 – FOLKESTONE – Leas Cliff Hall
Sat 27 – LONDON – Roundhouse

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