Mike & The Mechanics 2014 tour dates Posted on Tue 4th June 2013

Mike & The Mechanics will embark on a UK tour in February/March 2014 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the classic 1988 album ‘The Living Years’ 25th  with the tour stopping at the following venues: 

February 2014

12th       Rhyl                             Rhyl Pavilion
14th       Holmfirth                       Picturdome
15th       Buxton                         Opera House
16th       Norwich                        Theatre Royal
18th        Kings Lynn                   Corn Exchange
19th       Chatham                      Central Theatre
21st       Bolton                          Albert’s Hall    
22nd       Wirral                          New Brighton Floral Pavilion
23rd       Warrington                   Parr Hall
25th       Aberdeen                     Music Hall
27th       Perth                           Concert Hall
28th       Gateshead                    The Sage                                   

March 2014

1st         Birmingham                   Symphony Hall
3rd         Ipswich                       Corn Exchange
4th         Fareham                      Fereneham Hall
6th         Basingstoke                  Anvil
7th         Basildon                       Towngate Theatre
9th         St Albans                     St Albans Arena
10th       Tunbridge Wells             Assembly Hall Theatre
12th       Bradford                       St George’s Hall
13th       Porthcawl                     Grand Pavilion
14th       Stevenage                    Stevenage Leisure Centre
16th       London                         Hammersmith Apollo

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