Indie rock band Snow Patrol have rescheduled their two Preston shows.Advertisement
The Northern Ireland band were due to perform at Blitz tonight as part of their Reworked tour, but have moved the night to Friday 10 January.
Snow Patrol released their last album Wilderness in 2018 after a seven-year hiatus, and it’s their first album with Johnny McDaid as a full member of the band.
The band cancelled Glastonbury and have rescheduled shows within the tour due to guitarist McDaid requiring surgery earlier in the year.
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Two dates in Belfast have been rescheduled for tonight and tomorrow, which has led to the rescheduling of the Preston show.
Gordon Gibson from Action Records said: “It’s a shame we are having to reschedule but we are still looking forward to the new date in January.
“We also have Blossoms performing soon and there are still tickets available for the later show at 9pm.”
Blossoms will play Blitz on Sunday 9 February to launch their new album Foolish Loving Spaces. Tickets are available from the Action Records website.
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Snow Patrol will perform at the same times of 7.30pm and 9pm on the rescheduled date. Any tickets booked for the original concert will be valid.
If you are unable to attend the shows on the new date you contact Action Records via firstname.lastname@example.org for a refund.
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