'Unforeseen circumstances' force the band to rearrange a string of dates...

JJ72 have been forced to rearrange the first eight dates of their October UK tour.

A statement on the band’s official website [url=] jj72.com

cites ‘unforeseen circumstances’ as the reason for the alterations, and states that all tickets purchased are still valid, or a full refund is available from the point of purchase.


The revised tour dates are:

Glasgow Barrowlands (18)

Manchester Academy (19)

Bristol Academy (21)

Portsmouth Pyramid Centre (22)

London The Forum (24)


Lancaster University (27)

Liverpool University (November 4)

Newcastle University (5)

Norwich UEA (6)

Leicester De Montfort University (8)

Sheffield University (9)

Cardiff University (11)

Leeds Metro University (12)

Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall (13)

For ticket availability contact the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663, or [url=]click here.

The band’s new album, ‘I To Sky’, will be released on October 7. It will be preceded by a new single ‘Formulae’ on September 16.


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