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Title: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: steve-n on March 20, 2020, 10:08:06 PM
Feast of Fiddles tour 2020 cancelled.....but already being rescheduled for 12-24 April 2021!



Edit: Well, everything is cancelled right now, so let's make this a bit more positive. Let's use this thread for tours, festivals, etc. that have been given new dates...


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: mikec on March 24, 2020, 09:17:14 AM
OK so here's Nick Mason's rescheduled dates so far


October 2020:
   Thu 01 - Bath Forum
   Sun 04 - York Barbican
   Mon 05 - Cardiff St David's Hall
   Wed 07 - Gateshead' Sage
   Thu 08 - Edinburgh Usher Hall
   Fri 09 - Manchester O2 Apollo
   Sun 11 - Oxford New Theatre
   Mon 12 - Leicester De Montfort Hall
   Wed 14 - Sheffield City Hall
   Thu 15 - Ipswich Regent
   Fri 16 - Liverpool Philharmonic
   Mon 19 - Brighton Dome
   Thu 22 - Birmingham Symphony Hall
   Sat 24 - Guildford G Live
   All tickets remain valid.
   Customers are advised to retain their tickets and ticket confirmations
   at this time.
   We are currently working on re-scheduled dates for the shows in London
   & Southampton. Customers are advised to retain their tickets and ticket
   confirmations at this time. More information will be announced in the
   near future on these rescheduled shows.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: John From Austin on March 24, 2020, 04:51:29 PM
Martin Barre has rescheduled his U.S. spring tour for the fall, including the date for which I hold tickets at Dosey Doe's Big Barn in The Woodlands, Texas!  :)

Three Two Dog Night (featuring Danny Hutton, Michael Allsup and a bunch of utility players) rescheduled to December!

Jane Goodall cancelled. Melissa Etheridge and Austin Rodeo cancelled.  :( :( Still waiting for word on The Who and The Stones (postponed).


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: Nick Reg on March 24, 2020, 06:53:05 PM
Acoustic festival cancelled. Not a great surprise, one of the earlier ones.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: KascadeDan on March 24, 2020, 06:59:11 PM
Larkin Poe’s UK dates have been postponed.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: Col D on March 24, 2020, 08:22:18 PM
Chuck Prophet and the Mission Express UK tour postponed until Jan 2021, dates still to be confirmed.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: mikec on March 25, 2020, 11:35:40 AM
Folks, can we use this thread for publishing rescheduled dates and not just saying that gigs/tours have been cancelled. There is another thread for cancellations.

thanks  :-* :-* :-*


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: Nick on March 27, 2020, 04:24:49 PM
Wood Festival has moved from its usual May slot to 18th - 20th September. They have kept the venue and lineup the same as far as possible.

Cheers

Nick


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: GubGub (Al) on March 27, 2020, 05:07:12 PM
Tankus The Henge, Shoreham date moved from 30 April 2020 to 24 April 2021.

I imagine the rest of their UK tour has been similarly rescheduled.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: John From Austin on March 27, 2020, 07:51:50 PM
I hope this doesn't happen too many more times - Felix Cavaliere's Rascals rescheduled right on top of Martin Barre on October 23. I think I will move MB to April 22 and see him just down the road in San Antonio, instead. I will miss the chicken fried steak at Dosey Doe's Big Barn...


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: davidmjs on March 27, 2020, 08:40:41 PM

I think I will move MB to April 22 and see him just down the road in San Antonio, instead. I will miss the chicken fried steak at Dosey Doe's Big Barn...


You reckon gigs will be taking place in less than 4 weeks time?


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: John From Austin on March 28, 2020, 12:37:00 AM


I think I will move MB to April 22 and see him just down the road in San Antonio, instead. I will miss the chicken fried steak at Dosey Doe's Big Barn...


You reckon gigs will be taking place in less than 4 weeks time?


April = October, sorry

And The Who have announced a "proactive" rescheduling of their April/May US dates, new dates in the Fall TBA.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: Col D on March 28, 2020, 09:50:36 AM
Van der Graaf Generator's UK tour moved from May to November

Nov 16 Manchester Bridgewater Hall
Nov 17 Bath Forum
Nov 19 London Palladium
Nov 21 Edinburgh Queen's Hall

No sign of a new date for the Birmingham Symphony Hall show as yet though.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: JJ (Joanna) on March 28, 2020, 01:11:17 PM
Here's hoping, fingers crossed but we've just booked Show of Hands in November at the Apex  :-\ Bury St Edmunds.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: mickf on March 29, 2020, 08:43:42 PM
I was due to see Lindisfarne at Porthcawl last week. I've just been informed by the venue that it's being rescheduled for March 2021.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: Brendan on March 29, 2020, 10:57:29 PM
I got a message from ticket master to tell me that the tickets I didn't manage to get for Kate Tempest, could be used at the rescheduled gig at Ambleside in Autumn, I don't know whether to just turn up with my email


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: wayne stote on April 04, 2020, 10:50:04 AM
Graham Gouldman's concert at Leeds City Varieties has been rescheduled for Wednesday September 9th.

Full tour dates on his website: www.grahamgouldman.info.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: davidmjs on April 08, 2020, 05:57:43 PM
British Sea Power in Shrewsbury on the 31st Oct...which is great news as we couldn't make the original date.  We love Shrewsbury so will make a weekend of it, assuming all is well then, of course :)


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: Col D on April 08, 2020, 08:06:27 PM

British Sea Power in Shrewsbury on the 31st Oct...which is great news as we couldn't make the original date.  We love Shrewsbury so will make a weekend of it, assuming all is well then, of course :)


See you there!


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: davidmjs on April 08, 2020, 08:23:46 PM


British Sea Power in Shrewsbury on the 31st Oct...which is great news as we couldn't make the original date.  We love Shrewsbury so will make a weekend of it, assuming all is well then, of course :)


See you there!


Excellent...  :)


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: Field 7 is Heaven (Trev) on April 09, 2020, 10:13:27 AM
As expected Union Chapel have just announced that FAUN's only UK gig of the year on April 25th is cancelled. Only surprise is that it took them until now to do it.

They will reschedule it for a later date.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: wayne stote on April 09, 2020, 03:51:22 PM

As expected Union Chapel have just announced that FAUN's only UK gig of the year on April 25th is cancelled. Only surprise is that it took them until now to do it.

They will reschedule it for a later date.


Faun are excellent. I hope the manage a proper little tour when they reschedule. Unlikely that I'll be able to get to London but I'd love to see them live.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: Field 7 is Heaven (Trev) on April 09, 2020, 08:31:47 PM
Hi Wayne,

I'm in North Wales but was planning on going to the gig in London.To see Faun live would be special.

Worth the journey when it is rescheduled.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: wayne stote on April 09, 2020, 09:51:28 PM

Hi Wayne,

I'm in North Wales but was planning on going to the gig in London.To see Faun live would be special.

Worth the journey when it is rescheduled.


It certainly would be special. I'll keep an eye on the schedules and keep my fingers crossed.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: garrypbrooks on April 13, 2020, 01:47:00 PM
From the Farncombe Music Club (St. John's Church), Surrey

Nine Below Zero: RESCHEDULED TO FRIDAY 19th MARCH 2021
Steve Harley Acoustic Band: RESCHEDULED TO FRIDAY 27th NOVEMBER 2020
Fleetwood Bac: RESCHEDULED TO SATURDAY 16th JANUARY 2021
Dean Friedman: RESCHEDULED TO FRIDAY 7th MAY 2021
Nell Bryden: CANCELLED AND WILL NOT BE RESCHEDULED
Gabrielle Ducomble: still in place for Thursday 25th June but see comments below.    

Farncombe - Hector's On The Wey

John Watterson (aka Fake Thackray): POSTPONED
Mambo Jambo: POSTPONED


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: Bingers (Chris) on April 30, 2020, 08:45:16 AM
Not sure if I’m posting this in the right place or if it has already been posted elsewhere but I learn from Ents 24 that Richard Thompson is streaming a concert from home at 7.30pm on 10 May. Also don’t know whether it is live or not but there you go. Just thought I’d flag it up!


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: DawnG on April 30, 2020, 10:01:37 AM
This is part of the Royal Albert Hall sessions it will be broadcast from their page and is free


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: mickf on April 30, 2020, 12:26:18 PM
Not exactly the normal run of things, but I bought my daughter and granddaughter tickets for The Lion King in Cardiff for my granddaughter's 7th birthday in July. No surprise that it's postponed, but the rescheduled date is in 2022. Luckily enough my daughter is happy to wait. Popular show, obviously.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: Ancient Muse (Andy) on May 01, 2020, 01:47:34 AM
Tonight, May 1st, we should have been going to see Kate Rusby and O'Hooley and Tidow at Clifton Cathedral as part of the Bristol FF. Pleased to see that our tickets will be valid for 2021, April 30th, but concerned that it only mentioned KR and not OH&T. Something to look forward to anyway.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: Bridgwit (Bridget) on May 01, 2020, 09:37:45 AM

Tonight, May 1st, we should have been going to see Kate Rusby and O'Hooley and Tidow at Clifton Cathedral as part of the Bristol FF. Pleased to see that our tickets will be valid for 2021, April 30th, but concerned that it only mentioned KR and not OH&T. Something to look forward to anyway.
Clifton Cathedral is beautiful  :)


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: Bingers (Chris) on May 08, 2020, 09:54:21 AM
Was due to go and see Roger Hodgson at Cliffs Pavilion in Southend on 8 July as a belated birthday present. Now going to be even more belated as the gig has been rescheduled to 17 June 2021. So only 16 months after my birthday...hope it’s good  ;D ;D


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: garrypbrooks on May 08, 2020, 04:41:57 PM


Tonight, May 1st, we should have been going to see Kate Rusby and O'Hooley and Tidow at Clifton Cathedral as part of the Bristol FF. Pleased to see that our tickets will be valid for 2021, April 30th, but concerned that it only mentioned KR and not OH&T. Something to look forward to anyway.
Clifton Cathedral is beautiful  :)

I used to live round the corner from Clifton Cathedral in the late 70s.  Modernists might cite it as a masterpiece of modern architecture, but amongst the locals it was about as popular as a f**t in a space suit


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: wayne stote on May 08, 2020, 06:00:49 PM



Tonight, May 1st, we should have been going to see Kate Rusby and O'Hooley and Tidow at Clifton Cathedral as part of the Bristol FF. Pleased to see that our tickets will be valid for 2021, April 30th, but concerned that it only mentioned KR and not OH&T. Something to look forward to anyway.
Clifton Cathedral is beautiful  :)

I used to live round the corner from Clifton Cathedral in the late 70s.  Modernists might cite it as a masterpiece of modern architecture, but amongst the locals it was about as popular as a f**t in a space suit


I think Clifton Cathedral is a stunner but twas ever thus with modern architecture. I bet in 1472, there were calls to tear down York Minster for being a blot on the landscape.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: Bridgwit (Bridget) on May 08, 2020, 06:12:13 PM



Tonight, May 1st, we should have been going to see Kate Rusby and O'Hooley and Tidow at Clifton Cathedral as part of the Bristol FF. Pleased to see that our tickets will be valid for 2021, April 30th, but concerned that it only mentioned KR and not OH&T. Something to look forward to anyway.
Clifton Cathedral is beautiful  :)

I used to live round the corner from Clifton Cathedral in the late 70s.  Modernists might cite it as a masterpiece of modern architecture, but amongst the locals it was about as popular as a f**t in a space suit
I had the wrong place sorry. I was thinking of St George’s https://thespaces.com/bristols-church-concert-hall-st-georges-is-getting-a-minimalist-addition/


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: garrypbrooks on May 08, 2020, 07:22:28 PM




Tonight, May 1st, we should have been going to see Kate Rusby and O'Hooley and Tidow at Clifton Cathedral as part of the Bristol FF. Pleased to see that our tickets will be valid for 2021, April 30th, but concerned that it only mentioned KR and not OH&T. Something to look forward to anyway.
Clifton Cathedral is beautiful  :)

I used to live round the corner from Clifton Cathedral in the late 70s.  Modernists might cite it as a masterpiece of modern architecture, but amongst the locals it was about as popular as a f**t in a space suit
I had the wrong place sorry. I was thinking of St George’s https://thespaces.com/bristols-church-concert-hall-st-georges-is-getting-a-minimalist-addition/

St George's is a great venue - I've been to the Bristol Folk Festival there twice.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: Bingers (Chris) on May 11, 2020, 08:24:58 PM
FolkEast 2020 is now cancelled. Was to be on 21-23 August but now postponed to 20-22 August 2021 but most of the line-up has been retained. Not sure if this was already known but I’ve just had an email from the organisers.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: John From Austin on May 18, 2020, 12:43:45 AM
Most of the midsized venues in Austin are still selling tickets for shows scheduled for late June/early July.  The Monkees are still on for late July, allegedly.

I'm skeptical.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: davidmjs on May 18, 2020, 08:54:08 AM

Most of the midsized venues in Austin are still selling tickets for shows scheduled for late June/early July.  The Monkees are still on for late July, allegedly.

I'm skeptical.


More importantly, perhaps, would you be perfectly happy to go whenever the shows start again?


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: John From Austin on May 18, 2020, 03:57:40 PM


Most of the midsized venues in Austin are still selling tickets for shows scheduled for late June/early July.  The Monkees are still on for late July, allegedly.

I'm skeptical.


More importantly, perhaps, would you be perfectly happy to go whenever the shows start again?


Perfectly happy? No... I really don't want to see strangers sitting shoulder-to-shoulder right now, even wearing masks. It's unavoidable at the theaters in question. Mrs. J From A and I reserved a detached bar table for both of the July shows, so we would be better able to keep our distance, at least, although I don't know that I could persuade her to accompany me.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: jude on May 19, 2020, 08:54:49 AM
Big Big Train have sadly announced the cancellation of their European tour
Following the announcement today of the cancellation of the Ramblin Man festival, Big Big Train are very sorry to announce the cancellation of the band’s shows in the UK, the Netherlands, Germany and Italy in July due to the coronavirus.

David Longdon comments: “We have of course continued to monitor events regarding coronavirus closely in recent weeks. With the restrictions that have been entirely understandably imposed by European governments, in conjunction with the promoters of our six shows in July we have bowed to the inevitable and been forced to cancel these concerts.”

“We were hugely looking forward to all the shows, including making our debut at the legendary Friars in Aylesbury, returning to Germany and the Netherlands and playing for the first time ever in Italy,” Greg Spawton adds. “Sadly however, it is not to be in 2020. We are instead now focusing our efforts on writing and recording a new Big Big Train studio album which we plan to release next summer. We intend to return to playing live following the completion of our next album. We expect to visit all the countries that were on the schedule for 2020 as well as adding further countries to the tour and have some exciting further news about our future live plans which we will announce shortly.”

Ticket holders should contact their point of sale for concert ticket refunds. The shows affected are:

Thursday 16 July – Friars, Aylesbury, UK
Saturday 18 July – Ramblin’ Man Festival, Kent, UK
Monday 20 July – Stadstheater, Zoetermeer, The Netherlands
Tuesday 21 July – Lichtburg, Essen, Germany
Thursday 23 July – Konzerthaus, Karlsruhe, Germany
Friday 24 July – Phenomenon, Fontaneto D’Agogna, Italy


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: Will S on May 19, 2020, 09:27:32 AM

Big Big Train have sadly announced the cancellation of their European tour
Following the announcement today of the cancellation of the Ramblin Man festival, Big Big Train are very sorry to announce the cancellation of the band’s shows in the UK, the Netherlands, Germany and Italy in July due to the coronavirus.

David Longdon comments: “We have of course continued to monitor events regarding coronavirus closely in recent weeks. With the restrictions that have been entirely understandably imposed by European governments, in conjunction with the promoters of our six shows in July we have bowed to the inevitable and been forced to cancel these concerts.”

“We were hugely looking forward to all the shows, including making our debut at the legendary Friars in Aylesbury, returning to Germany and the Netherlands and playing for the first time ever in Italy,” Greg Spawton adds. “Sadly however, it is not to be in 2020. We are instead now focusing our efforts on writing and recording a new Big Big Train studio album which we plan to release next summer. We intend to return to playing live following the completion of our next album. We expect to visit all the countries that were on the schedule for 2020 as well as adding further countries to the tour and have some exciting further news about our future live plans which we will announce shortly.”

Ticket holders should contact their point of sale for concert ticket refunds. The shows affected are:

Thursday 16 July – Friars, Aylesbury, UK
Saturday 18 July – Ramblin’ Man Festival, Kent, UK
Monday 20 July – Stadstheater, Zoetermeer, The Netherlands
Tuesday 21 July – Lichtburg, Essen, Germany
Thursday 23 July – Konzerthaus, Karlsruhe, Germany
Friday 24 July – Phenomenon, Fontaneto D’Agogna, Italy


Not surprised, but I had been really looking forward to the Aylesbury show.  Had been waiting for this announcement for some weeks.  


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: John From Austin on May 19, 2020, 07:33:34 PM
Monkees move from July 27, 2020 to April 2, 2021.

I suspect all my remaining 2020 shows and games will be similarly rescheduled, eventually.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: jude on May 19, 2020, 08:08:14 PM



Not surprised, but I had been really looking forward to the Aylesbury show.  Had been waiting for this announcement for some weeks.  


They are so worth waiting for  :)


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: davidmjs on May 19, 2020, 08:25:12 PM
The rescheduled John Grant show at RNCM (which moved from this Sunday just gone to Sept) has just been moved again to May 2021.  I suspect that's probably more realistic.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: Bridgwit (Bridget) on May 19, 2020, 09:30:16 PM




Not surprised, but I had been really looking forward to the Aylesbury show.  Had been waiting for this announcement for some weeks.  


They are so worth waiting for  :)
I can vouch for that!  :D


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: Will S on May 20, 2020, 11:19:43 AM





Not surprised, but I had been really looking forward to the Aylesbury show.  Had been waiting for this announcement for some weeks.  


They are so worth waiting for  :)
I can vouch for that!  :D


Bust listening to them today - having discovered that their albums are available at a reasonable price through their Bandcamp page, so have bought some others that I didn't already have.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: jude on May 20, 2020, 11:27:48 AM






Not surprised, but I had been really looking forward to the Aylesbury show.  Had been waiting for this announcement for some weeks.  


They are so worth waiting for  :)
I can vouch for that!  :D


Bust listening to them today - having discovered that their albums are available at a reasonable price through their Bandcamp page, so have bought some others that I didn't already have.

UPDATE TO EUROPEAN TOUR CANCELLATION:

Following discussions with the promoter in the last 24 hours, we confirm that we are intending to play Aylesbury Friars in 2021. Ticketholders should please treat our 16 July 2020 show as postponed rather than cancelled and retain their current tickets.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: Will S on May 20, 2020, 02:18:06 PM







Not surprised, but I had been really looking forward to the Aylesbury show.  Had been waiting for this announcement for some weeks.  


They are so worth waiting for  :)
I can vouch for that!  :D


Bust listening to them today - having discovered that their albums are available at a reasonable price through their Bandcamp page, so have bought some others that I didn't already have.

UPDATE TO EUROPEAN TOUR CANCELLATION:

Following discussions with the promoter in the last 24 hours, we confirm that we are intending to play Aylesbury Friars in 2021. Ticketholders should please treat our 16 July 2020 show as postponed rather than cancelled and retain their current tickets.



Hurray!   ;D ;D ;D


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: davidmjs on May 20, 2020, 05:11:45 PM
Gigs in Oct now getting rescheduled...New Order @ The O2 pushed back to, gulp, Nov 2021


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: Bridgwit (Bridget) on May 21, 2020, 09:14:14 AM

Gigs in Oct now getting rescheduled...New Order @ The O2 pushed back to, gulp, Nov 2021
That's actually good, as hopefully that will mean Steven Wilson at the O2 will also be postponed. If it goes ahead in September Mike simply won’t go  :(


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: John From Austin on May 26, 2020, 04:30:12 PM
Doobie Brothers 50th Anniversary Tour, reunion with the great Michael McDonald, pushed one year to 2021. Now it will be their "51st Anniversary Tour."

2020 will be the first year in a long time that I have not seen the Doobie Brothers.  :(


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: John From Austin on May 27, 2020, 08:07:55 PM
Bachman-Cummings Together Again Tour 2020, postponed to summer 2021.

I am willing to travel some distance to see Randy Bachman and Burton Cummings doing The Guess Who, Bachman-Turner Overdrive and solo material, and I don't mind waiting a year. American Woman, No Sugar Tonight, These Eyes, Laughing, Share the Land, Guns Guns Guns, Takin' Care of Business, You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet, Let it Ride, I'm Scared, Stand Tall, etc., etc.


Title: Re: Rescheduled Gigs
Post by: Bridgwit (Bridget) on May 27, 2020, 10:44:37 PM

Bachman-Cummings Together Again Tour 2020, postponed to summer 2021.

I am willing to travel some distance to see Randy Bachman and Burton Cummings doing The Guess Who, Bachman-Turner Overdrive and solo material, and I don't mind waiting a year. American Woman, No Sugar Tonight, These Eyes, Laughing, Share the Land, Guns Guns Guns, Takin' Care of Business, You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet, Let it Ride, I'm Scared, Stand Tall, etc., etc.
Takin’ Care of Business is one of our driving songs  :) great music