Wolf Alice have announced rescheduled dates for their UK tour

They'll hit the road again next month for the covid delayed shows.
Photo credit: Jordan Hemingway

Wolf Alice have announced the dates for their rescheduled January tour.

The band pulled the dates from the start of the year due to the spike in coronavirus cases. They’ve now shifted them back a month, hitting the road in February and March.

A statement from the band reads: “We are sorry to announce that due to high Covid case numbers, risk and the complexity of navigating a tour through countries with disparate entry and lockdown requirements that we are postponing the Mainland European leg of our Blue Weekend tour.

“We are moving as many of these dates as possible to November, we wish it was sooner, but with a majority of acts rescheduling at the same time it is super hard to find availabilities.

“Our UK tour will now take place in February if it is safe at that point to do so. All rescheduled dates are here, all original tickets are still valid and if you can not make the new date you can get a refund.

“For Ireland, we are still working on rescheduling our Dublin dates and will announce those asap.

“We are so sorry for this inconvenience, know that we are desperate to come and play for you especially in the places we haven’t been for so long and that when we can the joy will be all the more immense!!!”

The new run kicks off in Glasgow on 14th February for three nights at the Barrowland Ballroom. They’ll then head to London, Liverpool, Bristol, Plymouth, Norwich, Newcastle, Sheffield, Manchester, Bexhill, Southampton and Bristol (again) before finishing off at Birmingham’s O2 Academy on 9th March.

Tickets for the original tour remain valid. You can check out the full dates below, and read our 2021 Album of the Year interview with Wolf Alice here.

14 Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom
15 Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom
16 Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom
18 London Eventim Apollo
19 London Eventim Apollo
20 London Eventim Apollo
22 Liverpool Uni The Mountford Hall
23 Bristol O2 Academy
24 Plymouth Pavilions
26 Norwich UEA
28 Newcastle O2 City Hall

1 Sheffield O2 Academy
3 Manchester O2 Academy
4 Manchester O2 Academy
5 Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion
7 Southampton O2 Guildhall
8 Bristol O2 Academy
9 Birmingham O2 Academy

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