THE STREETS – Extra Dates Added To 2019 Tour
Mike Skinner has announced extra dates for The Streets new 2019 tour including a show at Leeds O2 Academy and an 8th and final added show at London’s O2 Academy Brixton.
The news arrives fresh off the back of his sold out The Darker The Shadow The Brighter The Light tour, which saw them perform across twelve cities in the UK & Europe this month. The 2019 shows will commence in Birmingham on 17th January, and will close with five London O2 Brixton Academy appearances, making a total of 8 appearances at the venue in less than 12 months.
Full dates are listed below:
UK TOUR DATES 2019
Thu 17 Jan Birmingham O2 Academy
Fri 18 Jan Birmingham O2 Academy – SOLD OUT
Sat 19 Jan Birmingham O2 Academy – SOLD OUT
Mon 21 Jan Glasgow O2 Academy
Tue 22 Jan Leeds O2 Academy – EXTRA DATE ADDED
Thu 24 Jan Manchester O2 Apollo
Fri 25 Jan Manchester O2 Apollo – SOLD OUT
Sat 26 Jan Manchester O2 Apollo – SOLD OUT
Mon 28 Jan Newcastle O2 Academy – SOLD OUT
Tue 29 Jan Sheffield O2 Academy – SOLD OUT
Thu 31 Jan Bournemouth O2 Academy – SOLD OUT
Sat 02 Feb London O2 Academy Brixton – SOLD OUT
Sun 03 Feb London O2 Academy Brixton – SOLD OUT
Tue 05 Feb London O2 Academy Brixton – SOLD OUT
Wed 06 Feb London O2 Academy Brixton
Thu 07 Feb London O2 Academy Brixton – EXTRA DATE ADDED
Tickets for the extra dates are onsale via gigsandtours.com at 9:30am on 11th May.
On each of the recent tour dates, The Streets performed all the greatest hits from his extensive back catalogue of iconic albums including 'The Hardest Way To Make An Easy Living', 'Everything is Borrowed', 'Computers and Blues', 'A Grand Don’t Come For Free' and 'Original Pirate Material'.
Over the past few months, Mike has dropped five brand new tracks; 'You Are Not The Voice In Your Head', 'Boys Will Be Boys' feat Jaykae, 'If You Ever Need To Talk I'm Here', 'Burn Bridges' and 'Sometimes I Hate My Friends More Than My Enemies' and has revealed a new album is in the works, which will soundtrack a film he is currently working on.
Stay tuned for more news to follow.