Roadshows postponed following Larrikin Love split

Trangressive tour rescheduled until later in the year

The Transgressive Roadshows have been postponed following the announcement last week that Larrikin Love had split up.

As previously reported no reason for Larrikin Love’s split was announced but assured fans relations between members were “amicable”.

The band were due to headline three of the dates proposed, and according to a statement: “Despite our best efforts to convince them, there was unfortunately no way we could convince Larrikin Love to make these their last remaining, farewell shows… We wish them all the best in their independent futures…


“It was decided that, with their absence from the bill, and no suitable replacement available with such short notice, the show wouldn’t be quite the same.”

The show are set to rescheduled for later in the year.

The roadshow date at The Great Escape in Brighton on May 18 featuring Foals, Battle and Mechanical Bride is unaffected.

The postponed dates are:

Glasgow Arches (May 9)

Birmingham Custard Factory (10)


Liverpool Academy (11)

Bristol Anson Rooms (12)

Refunds are available from the point of purchase. Alternatively those who wish to attend the road shows alter in the year can hold onto their tickets are use them at a later date.