Following his recent run of sell-out show, Declan McKenna has announced that he’ll be playing a special show at London’s Royal Albert Hall on 2nd May.
“To be playing at the Royal Albert Hall is a dream come true, I’m bringing along some special guests and gearing up for what will be a completely unique night,” Declan says. “I’m just so grateful to have this opportunity!”
See Declan McKenna live at the following dates:
02 – Royal Albert Hall, London
04 – O2 Academy, Liverpool SOLD OUT
05 – Albert Hall, Manchester SOLD OUT
06 – Albert Hall, Manchester SOLD OUT
09 – Rock City, Nottingham SOLD OUT
12 – Olympia Theatre, Dublin (rescheduled show) SOLD OUT
13 – Cyprus Avenue, Cork (rescheduled show) SOLD OUT
16 – Le Stereolux, Nantes (rescheduled show)
18 – Le Trabendo, Paris (rescheduled show)
19 – Le Grand Mix, Tourcoing (rescheduled show)
20 – Trix, Antwerp (rescheduled show) SOLD OUT
22 – Maassilo, Rotterdam (rescheduled show)
23 – Melkweg, Amsterdam (rescheduled show) SOLD OUT
24 – Mojo, Hamburg (rescheduled show)
25 – Luxor, Cologne (rescheduled show) SOLD OUT
27 – Columbia Theater, Berlin (rescheduled show)
28 – Roxy, Prague (rescheduled show)
29 – Progresja, Warsaw (rescheduled show)
07 – Musilac Festival, Aix-les-Bains
14 – Benicassim, Spain
22 – Tramlines Festival, Sheffield
13 – Boardmasters, Cornwall
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