Clannad - RESCHEDULED
Plus Special Guests
Sunday 31 October 2021, 8.00pm
Statement from Clannad in conjunction with their parters Live Nation (Music) UK and Solo Agency.
Further to the recent advisories on mass gatherings by the UK Government, we have, together with our partners, agreed to postpone our remaining UK shows until a later date. The London Palladium date will now be Tuesday November 10th, 2020, Cardiff St David’s Hall on Thursday November 12th 2020. The other rescheduled dates will be announced very soon. Original tickets will be valid for all. For anyone who wishes to seek a refund however, please do so from your original point of purchase.
Speaking from London today, Clannad’s Moya Brennan said . .’Our loyal fans have had to deal with a large degree of uncertainty over the past few days and we sincerely appreciate your patience. We value our fans dearly and hope that those affected by these postponements will be able to join us on our rescheduled tour dates.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Clannad will be rescheduling the concerts at the Oxford New Theatre, Bath Forum, and Brighton Dome. Tickets will remain valid and new dates will be announced soon. For enquiries about ticketing, please contact your ticket agent.
Having sold a staggering 15 million records worldwide, Irish folk legends Clannad are celebrating their 50th anniversary with an emotional farewell world tour.
In a Lifetime – which ties in with the release of a new anthology box set – is the band’s closing statement in the live arena, but fans can be assured they will be going out in style.
Since forming in County Donegal in 1970, the multi-award winning act have fused elements of traditional Irish music with more contemporary folk, new age, and rock to create a beautifully unique and ethereal sound for a worldwide audience of all ages.