FULL METAL CRUISE VII
to INVERGORDON and NEWCASTLE
The tour celebrating the 30th Anniversary of The Seer begins 14th September in Southampton at the 1865 and goes through December. Check the gigs page for all of the dates
Big Country returns home to Dunfermline on 30th December at PJ Molloys. Get your tickets now at:
We are pleased to announce that the 11th June show at the Kings Arms in Auckland has completely sold out. In order to not disappoint any of our great fans in New Zealand, there will be a second show at the Kings Arms on 12th June. Get your tickets while they last at: http://found.ee/BigCountryNZ2
Due to some logistical issues, we have unfortunately had to reschedule the show in Southampton on 16th April at the 1865. It will now be on 14th September as part of ‘The Seer’ Tour. Tickets for the April show will be honoured. Refunds are also available for those who cannot attend the re-scheduled event. We apologise for the late notice and hope that no one is inconvenienced. http://www.the1865.com/events/big-country
We’re extremely excited to announce we’re coming to your side of the world for the first time ever! Come join us!
Get your tickets now ! http://found.ee/BigCountry
11th June – Auckland – Kings Arms – http://found.ee/BigCountryNZ SOLD OUT!!!
12th June – Auckland – Kings Arms – http://found.ee/BigCountryNZ
14th June – Brisbane – The Triffid – http://found.ee/BigCountryBNE
15th June – Melbourne – Corner Hotel – http://found.ee/BigCountryMEL
16th June – Adelaide – The Gov – http://found.ee/BigCountryADE
17th June – Sydney – Factory Theatre – http://found.ee/BigCountrySYD
18th June – Perth – Rosemount Hotel – http://found.ee/BigCountryPerth
Big Country sincerely regret to say that their upcoming shows in Belfast and Dublin have had to be rescheduled, due to circumstances completely beyond the control of the band and their agent. Unfortunately, the promoter was struck down by cancer and is currently undergoing urgent intensive chemotherapy.
“As we’ve said many times, fans are our absolute lifeblood”, said Bruce Watson. “We are very aware that fans will have made travel and accommodation arrangements and will now be inconvenienced and understandably annoyed, especially at this late stage. We are sincerely so sorry and we can assure you that all of this is no fault on the bands’ part. Ireland has always been such a great place to perform and we were really looking forward to coming back. We will see you all there very soon, you can be sure of that. I am sure you will join us in wishing the promoter a swift recovery. We are working towards rescheduling these shows later in the year”
Anyone who has bought tickets should contact for full refunds www.eventbrite.co.uk