Idles have announced rescheduled dates for their UK and European tours

They'll now take place in 2022.
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Idles have rescheduled their UK and European headline tour dates, which will now take place next year.

Originally set to hit the road between May and July, they’ll now be pushing the run to early 2022.

“Due to Covid-19, our UK & European headline shows will now take place in 2022.,” the explain. “We’re also happy to announce that we have added dates in Bilbao and Barcelona which are on sale immediately.”

“Where there are multiple shows there will be a straight swap as per the order of nights. Further information can be found from point of purchase. For the Ultra Mono record store shows, we are looking at the best options for making those happen later this year, and stores will be contacting ticket holders directly in due course.”

The dates now read:

January 2022
16 London, O2 Academy Brixton
17 London, O2 Academy Brixton
18 London, O2 Academy Brixton
19 London, O2 Academy Brixton
21 Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
22 Birmingham, O2 Academy
24 Dublin, Vicar Street
25 Dublin, Vicar Street
26 Dublin, Vicar Street
28 Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse
29 Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse
30 Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse

February 2022
1 Sheffield, O2 Academy
2 Newcastle, O2 City Hall
3 Glasgow, Barrowland
4 Glasgow, Barrowland
5 Glasgow, Barrowland
18 Hamburg, Docks
19 Amsterdam, Melkweg
20 Amsterdam, Melkweg
22 Berlin, Columbiahalle
23 Cologne, Carlswerk Victoria
24 Munich, Muffathalle
26 Brussels, Ancienne Belgique
28 Paris, Elysee Montmartre

March 2022
1 Paris, Elysee Montmartre
2 Lyon, Transbordeur
3 Milan, Fabrique
6 Toulouse, Le Bikini
7 Bilbao, Santana
9 Barcelona, Razzmatazz
10 Madrid, Riviera
11 Lisbon, Colisseum

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