Declan McKenna Announces UK & Ireland Tour

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After making his eagerly anticipated return with new singles Sympathy and Nothing Works earlier this year, Declan McKenna has now confirmed UK & Ireland tour dates ahead of his third album release.

The 14 date tour is in support of his forthcoming record, What Happened To The Beach?, released February 9th 2024 via Columbia Records.

It is the follow up to the incredible and critically acclaimed 2020 release, Zeros, which saw Declan McKenna mature into one of British indie’s brightest hopes.

The opening night of the tour falls on March 23rd at Cardiff University, concluding on April 14th at Bournemouth’s O2 Academy.

Stops along the way include Manchester’s O2 Apollo, Newcastle’s O2 City Hall, Sheffield’s O2 Academy, and Belfast’s Ulster Hall, along with the small matter of Declan’s biggest headline show to date at London’s Alexandra Palace.

Fans pre-ordering the album via Declan’s own website will receive early access to UK tour tickets.

The fan pre-sale goes live from 9am on Wednesday 11th October, and on general sale from 9am on Friday 13th October.

Full tour dates are listed below.

23rd March – Great Hall, Cardiff University
24th March – UEA, Norwich
25th March – O2 City Hall, Newcastle
27th March – O2 Academy, Glasgow
29th March – O2 Academy, Sheffield
1st April – Ulster Hall, Belfast
2nd April – 3Olympia Theatre, Dublin
5th April – O2 Apollo, Manchester
8th April – De Montfort Hall, Leicester
9th April – Beacon, Bristol
10th April – The Halls, Wolverhampton
12th April – Alexandra Palace, London
13th April – Brighton Centre, Brighton
14th April – O2 Academy, Bournemouth

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