Mystery Jets have rescheduled their UK tour for Spring 2020.
The group were forced to postpone both the live dates and release of new album ‘A Billion Heartbeats’ after frontman Blaine Harrison underwent emergency surgery back in September.
The dates will now begin in Manchester on 10th April, and finish at Cambridge Junction on 1st May.
All tickets for the original dates remain valid, with a new sale beginning on 9am Saturday (9th November).
The dates are:
10 Manchester Academy 2
11 Kendal Brewery Arts Centre
13 Leeds Wardrobe
14 Glasgow Oran Mor
16 Edinburgh Caves
17 Newcastle Riverside
19 Hull Welly
20 Leicester O2 Academy
22 London Shepherd’s Bush Empire
25 Birmingham Mill
27 Oxford O2 Academy
28 Norwich Waterfront
29 Brighton Concorde 2
1 Cambridge Junction
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