The UK’s most successful reggae band, UB40 have announced that, for the safety of fans, band members and their crew, their eagerly anticipated return to Australia will be postponed until late 2020.
Originally set to tour Australia next month as part of their 40th anniversary, and to perform hits from their latest release ‘For The Many’, it is with regret that UB40’s Australian tour joins a growing list of international acts that have been forced to postpone until later in the year.
The tour has now been rescheduled, with the band set to return to OZ in October / November 2020.
“We always look forward to trips down under, but we know it’s only a temporary delay, we will be back. Said the band in a statement today “The most important thing is that we all stay safe and we’ll see you on the other side of this ordeal.”
For those that have managed to score passes to the band’s Australian tour, tickets will still remain valid for all upcoming shows. Australian tour promoters MJR Presents have encouraged all ticket holders to hang on to their tickets, in order to continue supporting the live music industry.
“We strongly encourage all ticket holders to hang on to their tickets, not just to this show, but to all upcoming tours they’ve had their hearts set on” said MJR Presents director Scott Mesiti “Keep them on your fridge, or your calendar or your desk as a simple reminder that we’ll get through this, and when we come out the other side, there’s going to be some amazing live music waiting for us.”Having previously sold out their 2015, 2017 and 2018 tours, the band return to Australia with plans to perform previously uncharted territory; hitting Canberra and Wollongong for the first time, as well return performances in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and The Gold Coast.
The ‘40th Anniversary For The Many Tour’ will offer audiences a taste of classic hits like ‘Red Red
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