The Good, The Bad and The Queen have announced a six date UK tour including a Manchester gig at the Albert Hall in April.
The group, comprised of Damon Albarn, Paul Simonon, Tony Allen and Simon Tong, released their second album Merrie Land in November. The album followed an eleven-year haitus. Merrie Land was greeted with critical acclaim. A run of sold-out live shows then followed before the announcement of six shows in April including Manchester’s Albert Hall and London’s Palladium.
Produced by Tony Visconti and The Good, The Bad & The Queen, Merrie Land contains 10 new songs – written during the current period in which the UK is preparing to leave the European Union – creating a reluctant good-bye letter, a series of observations and reflections on ‘Britishness’ in 2018.
When do The Good, The Bad and The Queen headline at Manchester’s Albert Hall?
The Good, The Bad and The Queen headline at Manchester’s Albert Hall on 16 April 2019. The Manchester gig is one of six UK dates they are performing:
12 April – Norwich, LCR
13 April – Cardiff, Great Hall
15 April – Sheffield, Octagon Centre
16 April – Manchester, Albert Hall
18 April – Liverpool, Eventim Olympia
19 April – London, Palladium
When do tickets for The Good, The Bad and The Queen’s UK tour go on sale?
Tickets for The Good, The Bad and The Queen’s UK tour go on sale at 9am on Thursday 20 December
The Good The Bad and The Queen image courtesy Kevin Davies
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