|19th April 2021|
Usher Hall Lothian Road, Edinburgh West EH1 2EA
|Visit the event website here|
English rock band Suede are on tour and will be performing the Classic Album in full at the Usher Hall this April.
It's probably no surprise but we're going to have to put back the Coming Up anniversary shows until April 2021. After talking with the promoters and venues it's become clear that there's no way of putting on the shows we'd like to do while still guaranteeing the safety of the audience. Please hold on to your tickets as they’ll remain valid for the rescheduled dates.
The good news is that the postponement means that a) we can add a couple of shows that we couldn't fit in before, and b) they'll now take place exactly 25 years from Coming Up's release - much more numerically satisfying.
We hope you're all staying safe and well - see you in 2021
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