Ray Davies cancels UK tour

The Kinks legend is unwell

Ray Davies cancels UK tour
Former Kinks legend Ray Davies has been been forced to postpone his forthcoming UK tour due to ill health.

The singer/songwriter was set to kick off the dates at the Brighton Dome this week.

But the tour has now been rescheduled until May next year.

He will play:

York Opera House (May 3)
Perth Town Hall (4)
Glasgow, RCH (6)
Edinburgh Festival Hall (7)
Nottingham RCH (8)
London Royal Albert Hall (10)
Sheffield City Hall (13)
Manchester Bridgewater Hall (14)
Gateshead Sage (15)
Warwick Arts Centre (17)
Cardiff St Davids (19)
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall (20)
London Hammersmith Apollo (25)
Brighton Centre (26)
Bristol Colston Hall (27)

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