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Jethro Tull 2020 tour dates

Jethro Tull 2020 tour dates

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Jethro Tull 2020 tour dates

Jethro Tull has announced that they will be back on stage with The Prog Years Tour 2020. This tour focuses on the group’s most progressive material, featuring spotlight on songs from the Stand Up, Benefit, Aqualung, Thick As A Brick, Passion Play and Thick As A Brick 2 albums.

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This time, the leader, flautist and vocalist Ian Anderson, will be joined by David Goodier (bass), John O’Hara (keyboard), Joe Parrish (guitar) and Scott Hammond (drums).

All Jethro Tull 2020 tour dates

  • 28th February Barcelona, Spain
  • 29th February Madrid Palacio de Congresos, Spain
  • 13th March Helsinki House of Culture, Finland
  • 14th March Turku Logomo, Finland
  • 15th March Tampere Concert Hall, Finland
  • 27th April Moscow Crocus City Hall, Russian Federation
  • 28th April Nizhniy Novgorod Kremlin Hall, Russia
  • 30th April St Petersburg DK Lensoveta Russia
  • 18th July Schwerin Freilichtbühne, Germany
  • 24th July Dresden Junge Garde, Germany
  • 25th July Leipzig Parkbühne, Germany
  • 8th August Salzgitter-Salder Schloss Salder, Germany
  • 23rd August, Mönchengladbach SommerMusik Schloss Rheydt, Germany
  • 30th September Aylesbury The Waterside, United Kingdom
  • 1st October Leicester De Montfort Hall, United Kingdom
  • 3rd October Blackburn King George’s Hall, United Kingdom
  • 4th October Perth Concert Hall, United Kingdom
  • 5th October Glasgow Pavilion Theatre, United Kingdom
  • 6th October Stoke-On-Trent The Victoria Hall, United Kingdom
  • 8th October London O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, United Kingdom
  • 9th October Brighton Dome, United Kingdom
  • 10th October Poole Lighthouse, United Kingdom
  • 12th October Reading Hexagon, United Kingdom
  • 13th October Bath The Forum United Kingdom
  • 16th November Ostrava Gong, Czech Republic
  • 17th November Brno Vodovo Sports Hall, Czech Republic
  • 18th November Prague Congress Centre, Czech Republic
  • 26th November Lugano Palazzo Dei Congressi, Switzerland

Ian Anderson talked about the upcoming tour saying:

“Dusting off many older “progressive” songs amongst my earliest attempts to experiment outside the blues repertoire we began with has proved hugely enjoyable. Along the way, over the last 50 years, there have been a good few pieces that still strongly resonate with me today on either a musical or lyrical level. Hopefully both. Some are really tricky to play; some might sound that way but fall under the fingers quite naturally although the overall arrangements require feats of memory! Test my marbles; come to the party!”

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