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The Subways have announced the rearranged tour dates for the celebration anniversary of the band’s debut album ‘Young For Eternity’.
Unfortunately, due to the ongoing COVID19 situation, the band were forced to cancel these celebration dates which were due to take place in March. The dates have now been rescheduled and will proceed throughout September & October 2020. All tickets purchased for the original dates remain valid and new tickets are on sale. Customers are advised to retain their tickets and ticket confirmations at this time.
2020 marks 15 years since the release of The Subways‘ debut album ‘Young For Eternity’. In September 2020, The Subways will hit the road with a run of headline dates. Frontman Billy Lunn explains further:
“Nearly fifteen years ago, when ‘Young for Eternity’ was released, Josh and Charlotte were 18 and 19 years old, and I was 20. Touring our debut album was for us an adventurous explosion of excitement, just as every tour since then has been. In 2020, we get to relive that initial excitement when we embark on the Young for Eternity tour to play the album in full. None of us can truly express just how thrilled we are that we get the chance to do this.”
Support on the following dates comes from Art Brut The Rescheduled shows are as follows:
24th – Portsmouth Pyramid Centre
25th – London 02 Forum Kentish Town
26th – Birmingham 02 Institute
30th – Norwich Waterfront
1st – Bristol 02 Academy
2nd – Nottingham Rock City
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