Following their exciting comeback news last week, McFly have announced a UK arena tour which will take place during Spring 2020.
Kicking off in Liverpool on April 26, McFly will visit cities including Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester, Cardiff, London and Birmingham, before finishing off in Nottingham on May 10.
NEW: It's all about @mcflymusic ? Danny, Tom, Dougie and Harry have announced a UK tour for April/May 2020 ? Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 20th September: https://t.co/5hWrQG0PgF pic.twitter.com/RrdszXaS6l
— Live Nation UK (@LiveNationUK) September 17, 2019
McFly Tour Dates
26 April – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
27 April – Utilita Arena, Newcastle
29 April – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
1 May – Manchester Arena, Manchester
2 May – First Direct Arena, Leeds
4 May – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
5 May – International Centre, Bournemouth
6 May – Brighton Centre, Brighton
8 May – The SSE Arena, Wembley
9 May – Resorts World Arena, Birmingham
10 May – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
Tickets for McFly’s tour go on sale at 9am on Friday (September 20) but be quick – these tickets will be in high demand and will no doubt sell out.
News of the arena tour follows on from the band selling out their comeback show at the O2 Arena, London. They will be performing at the iconic venue for the very first time on November 20.
In the run up to the O2 Arena show, McFly will be releasing a new song each week, forming The Lost Songs album, made up of tracks which should have been released as part of their elusive sixth album back in 2011.
On Sunday, McFly kicked off the release of new music with two tracks: ‘Red’ and ‘Touch The Rain’. Whilst this is the first time that studio versions of the songs have been released, many of McFly’s hardcore Galaxy Defenders will recognise the songs having heard them live over the years.
Along with the tracks, McFly are releasing mini episodes on YouTube where they discuss the tracks in detail.