Skunk Anansie have declared rescheduled dates to their projected 2020 excursion, also added an extra display.
The 25th anniversary reveals, originally announced in February, were to participate into a trio of summer gigs followed by an extensive tour during October, November and December.
Together with the gigs currently not able to occur because of this coronavirus outbreak, the long-running group have announced a new series of shows starting next June.
That may not come as a surprise for a number people, but with everything happening in the world we have been made to reschedule our UK and European exhibits. We are gutted, but it is the ideal choice to be certain everyone involved remains as secure as you can. Pic.twitter.com/VB7chAaew6
— Skunk Anansie (@SkunkAnansie) September 28, 2020
They comprise an additional display at London’s O2 Academy Brixton in July, along with two additional shows at Poland.
The group’s rescheduled UK displays are as follows:
June07 — Cardiff University, Cardiff08 — Rock City, Nottingham09 — The Engine Shed, Lincoln11 — O2 Academy, Newcastle13 — O2 Academy, Glasgow14 — O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester15 — The LCR, UEA, Norwich17 — Meltdown Festival, London18 — O2 Academy, Sheffield19 — O2 Academy, Birmingham21 — The Dome, Brighton22 — G Live, Guildford23 — Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone25 — O2 Academy, Leeds26 — O2 Academy, Bristol29 — Corn Exchange, Cambridge30 — O2 Academy, Leicester
July02 — O2 Academy Brixton, London
“This may not come as a surprise for a number people but with everything happening in the world we have obviously been made to reschedule our UK and European displays,” the group said in an announcement on interpersonal networking.
“We are gutted, however, it is the ideal choice to be certain everyone involved remains as secure as you can.”
Before this season, nonetheless, the group’s lead singer Skin remembered her historical headline slot at Glastonbury 1999, stating that she obtained greater backlash than Jay-Z, additionally describing it as”among the greatest minutes of my entire life”.
She had been the first black British headliner of this festival, a thing which wasn’t attained for yet another 20 years before Stormzy took the most important phase in 2019.