BLACK PEAKS announce UK headline tour through late April, with London on the 24th at The Scala and Brighton
on 30th at Chalk
All tickets purchased at previous cancelled shows from November 2019 in these cities, will remain valid
Support comes from The St Pierre Snake Invasion
and Sugar Horse
The band released a brand new single (an Annie Mac ‘Hottest Record’ / Radio 1 Rock Show ‘Rockest Record’) ‘King’ last year before having to cancel a UK tour due to singer Will Gardner’s illness
Following on from a tough 2019, Brighton 4 piece
BLACK PEAKS will return to the live arena with a UK
headline tour through April 2020. Starting in Glasgow at the stunning
Oran Mor, the band will headline The Scala in London for the first time,
and end the run in Brighton at the newly relaunched Chalk
The band were forced to cancel a number of high profile tours in 2019 (including Gojira and The Smashing Pumpkins) as well as their own UK headline tour last November, and haven’t played live since Download Festival last summer.
From singer Will Gardner – “Last year was a bumpy ride for all of us at camp Black Peaks, but we’re getting stuck right into 2020 by playing some of our favourite cities with two wicked bands. We can’t wait to see you all again.“
Tickets previously bought for Manchester, Birmingham and Bristol are valid for the new shows. Tickets previously bought for Glasgow Garage are valid at the Oran Mor.
Tickets previously bought for London Electric Ballroom are valid for the Scala.
The band had released their hugely acclaimed 2nd album ‘All That Divides’ at the end of 2018 through Rise Records and then the brilliant brand new single ‘King’ in October 2019 – which was launched as a Radio 1 Annie Mac ‘Hottest Record’ AND a
Daniel P Carter/Radio 1 ‘Rockest Record’. These shows will be the first time the band will have played ‘King’ live, as well as airing brand new material being worked on now
for album number 3.
BLACK PEAKS UK headline tour, all dates
Support from the St Pierre Snake Invasion and Sugar Horse
Tickets go on sale Friday 7th February at 10am.
20th April – Glasgow, Oran Mor – TICKETS
21st April – Manchester, Gorilla – TICKETS
22nd April – Birmingham, Institute 2 – TICKETS
24th April – London, The Scala – TICKETS
26th April – Bristol, The Fleece – TICKETS
30th April – Brighton, Chalk – TICKETS