After cancelling twice due to illness, it looks like third time lucky...

GLASSJAW have rescheduled their UK tour for the second time in six months.

The dates were originally scheduled for October last year but the rising Emo band were forced to postpone them until December when singer Daryl Palumbo fell ill with Chrohn’s Disease.

In a cruel twist, the rescheduled dates were pulled at the eleventh hour when Palumbo suffered a relapse.


The band are now hoping for third time lucky with an extended tour set for April. The dates are as follows:

Dublin Music Centre (April 6)

Nottingham Rock City (8)

Bristol Academy (9)

Newcastle University (10)

Glasgow Garage (11)


Manchester Academy 2 (13)

Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall (14)

London Astoria (15)

To buy [url=]click here or call the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663.

Tickets cost £9 except London, at £11. All tickets from the original dates are still valid.


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