After reuniting at the end of last year, McFly announced their big comeback tour starting at the end of April.
Unfortunately, due to the Covid-19 crisis, they are forced to push the tour back to later in the year.
Back in November of 2019, the boys of McFly performed a one-off show at the O2 Arena. This was the first time they performed as a band since their anthology tour in 2016. Needless to say, this show was overwhelmingly popular – selling out in just a few minutes. After seeing the high demand, McFly announced that they will be touring in 2020.
They have come to the conclusion, in order to protect their fans’ safety, that the tour will now be postponed to October/November. Here is the band’s full statement:
Following the latest government advice, we are very sad to announce that we are rescheduling our upcoming April / May UK 2020 tour as the safety and health of our fans is our utmost priority. ?
We can’t wait to see you in Oct/Nov, only 6 months away. Until then, keep yourselves safe and look after each other. All our love Tom, Danny, Harry & Dougie.
Fear, not Galaxy Defenders, October will come around in no time. Below are the rescheduled dates;
Sunday 18th – Newcastle Utilita Arena
Monday 19th – Leeds First Direct Arena
Wednesday 21st – Liverpool M&S Bank Arena
Thursday 22nd– Brighton Centre
Friday 23rd – Manchester Arena
Sunday 25th – Bournemouth International Centre
Monday 26th – Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
Tuesday 27th – Glasgow The SSE Hydro
Thursday 29th – London The SSE Arena Wembley
Sunday 1st – Birmingham Resorts World Arena
Monday 2nd – Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Until then, make sure you get your McFly fix by listening to all their lost songs that were released last year!
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