News of the lengthy Steve Hackett British Tour which kicked off a few days ago. An unmissable feast for fans of the Seconds Out album.
While Steve Hackett has his Surrender Of Silence album (released on Inside Out Music) fresh on the shelves, the current focus is getting back on the road with the rescheduled Seconds Out & More dates now on the road around the UK. Dates as follows, with many already sold out, such is the pulling power of Hackett and his continuing love affair with the classic Genesis material played out with his top notch touring band featuring Nad Sylvan (vocals), Roger King (keyboards), Craig Blundell (drums), Jonas Reingold (bass) and Rob Townsend (sax, flute, keys, bass pedals, shaky things and all round accompaniment).
Wed 15th Sept Cambridge Corn Exchange (SOLD OUT)
Fri 17th Sept Cardiff St David’s Hall (SOLD OUT)
Sat 18th Sept Basingstoke The Anvil (SOLD OUT)
Mon 20th Sept London The Palladium (SOLD OUT)
Tue 21st Sept London The Palladium (SOLD OUT)
Wed 22nd Sept London The Palladium
Fri 24th Sept Manchester O2 Apollo
Sat 25th Sept Edinburgh Playhouse
Mon 27th Sept Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Thurs 30th Sept Scunthorpe The Baths Hall
Fri 1st Oct Bradford St George’s Hall
Sat 2nd Oct Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Mon 4th Oct Croydon Fairfield Halls
Tue 5th Oct Guildford G Live (SOLD OUT)
Thur 7th Oct Brighton Dome (SOLD OUT)
Fri 8th Oct Poole Lighthouse
Sat 9th Oct Bexhill-on-Sea De La Warr Pavilion (SOLD OUT)
Mon 11th Oct Southampton Mayflower Theatre
Tue 12th Oct Plymouth Pavilions (new)
Thur 14th Oct Carlisle The Sands Centre
Fri 15th Oct Stockton Globe
Sat 16th Oct Newcastle O2 City Hall
Mon 18th Oct Aylesbury Waterside
Tue 19th Oct Oxford New Theatre
Thur 21st Oct Peterborough Cresset
Fri 22nd Oct Harrogate Royal Hall
Sat 23rd Oct Dundee Caird Hall
For full details and to book tickets for all shows for the Seconds Out & More Tour go too https://myticket.co.uk/ and venue box offices..
Here’s a glimpse of what to expect (photos from Liverpool Philharmonic 10th September 2021):
Watch out for our full review of the upcoming Manchester Apollo show, incidentally where we first saw Steve in November 1979 – a mere 42 years ago….