Black Grape have revealed their rescheduled tour dates with the Manchester O2 Ritz gig now taking place in March 2021.

The tour, celebrating the 25th anniversary of Black Grape’s debut album It’s Great When You’re Straight … Yeah, was original scheduled for October 2020 but will now run in March 2021.  A Newcastle show has been added to the tour, but the Aberdeen date has now been rescheduled (refunds available from the point of purchase).

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The album, recorded at Rockfield Studios with producers Danny Saber, Stephen Lironi, Shaun Ryder and Gary Kurfirst (executive) produced top ten hit singles ‘Reverend Black Grape’ followed by ‘In the Name of the Father’ with ‘Kelly’s Heroes’ reaching the top twenty.

The tour kicks off in Holmfirth on 5th March with founder members Shaun Ryder and Kermit Leveridge on vocals.

When do Black Grape headline at Manchester’s O2 Ritz?

Black Grape headline at the O2 Ritz Manchester on 6 March 2021.  The Manchester gig is one of seven UK tour dates they are headlining:

5 March   –   Holmfirth, Picturedrome
6 March   –   Manchester, O2 Ritz
11 March   –   Birmingham, The Mill
12 March   –   Cardiff, Tramshed
13 March   –   Leeds, Warehouse
19 March   –   Edinburgh, Liquid Rooms
20 March   –   Newcastle, Nusu Venue