Dates and venues for Jools Holland's 2021 tour

Tuesday, 28th July 2020, 11:32 am
Updated Tuesday, 28th July 2020, 11:32 am
Jools Holland
Jools Holland

Jools Holland has postponed his UK tour until next year with guest performers to be announced.

“Since the age of seventeen, I have spent my entire life performing on tour. Therefore, it is with sadness and disappointment that myself, my orchestra and our special guests have been forced to postpone our autumn and winter shows.

“Due to the world pandemic the tour will take place in 2021,” he said.

“I speak for my whole orchestra and crew, when I say we are all longing to return to the boogie playing field next year. I hope that all of you are all right.”Ticket holders will be contacted to move their tickets to the rescheduled dates. Refunds are available.

2021 tour dates are ...Thursday October 28 and Friday October 29: Cliffs Pavilion, SouthendSaturday October 30: Regent Theatre, IpswichSunday October 31: Corn Exchange, CambridgeThursday November 4: Reading HexagonFriday November 5: York BarbicanSaturday November 6: Harrogate International CentreSunday November 7: Derngate, NorthamptonFriday November 12: Royal Concert, NottinghamSaturday November 13: Victoria Hall, StokeSunday November 14: New Theatre, OxfordWednesday November 17: Portsmouth GuildhallThursday November 18: Bournemouth PavilionsFriday November 19 and Saturday November 20: Royal Albert Hall, LondonThursday November 25: De Montfort Hall, LeicesterFriday November 26: City Hall, SheffieldSaturday November 27: Great Hall, ExeterSunday November 28: Mayflower, SouthamptonWednesday December 1 and Thursday December 2: City Hall, NewcastleFriday December 3 and Saturday December 4: SEC Armadillo, GlasgowWednesday December 8: G Live, GuildfordThursday December 9: Forum, BathFriday December 10: Plymouth PavilionsSaturday December 11: Brighton CentreFriday December 17: Leeds First Direct ArenaSaturday December 18: Manchester O2 ApolloSunday December 19: Motorpoint ArenaMonday December and Tuesday December 21: Birmingham Symphony Hall