Yes annnounce 2024 tour dates
The British Progressive Rock band Yes announced their first 2024 tour dates that are rescheduled dates from their canceled 2023 tour with the addition of new shows. The concerts will feature classic Yes songs and tracks from their upcoming studio album “Mirror To The Sky” that will be otu next May 19.
The current line-up has Steve Howe (guitars), Geoff Downes (keyboards), Jon Davison (lead vocals, acoustic guitar), Billy Sherwood (bass guitar) with Jay Schellen (drums and percussion) stepping into Alan White’s shoes following his passing in May 2022.
“We’re putting together a great setlist covering the length and breadth of Yes’ career,” the guitarist Steve Howe said.
“As always, we are committed to pushing new boundaries and are very excited to be performing another chapter in the rich legacy of the band,” the keyboardist Geoff Downes said in an official statement.
Yes 2024 tour dates
- 23 – Manchester Bridgewater Hall
- 24 – Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
- 26 – Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
- 28 – York Barbican
- 29 – Southend Cliffs Pavilion
- 31 – Bristol Beacon
- 1 – Birmingham Symphony Hall
- 2 – Gateshead The Sage
- 4 – London Royal Albert Hall
“Mirror To The Sky” tracklist
- Cut From The Stars – 05:27
- All Connected – 09:02
- Luminosity – 09:04
- Living Out Their Dream – 04:45
- Mirror to the Sky – 13:53
- Circles of Time – 04:59
- Unknown Place – 08:15
- One Second Is Enough – 04:04
- Magic Potion – 04:08
Steve Howe, the band’s longest serving member, guitarist and producer of the new album talked in an official statement about the new album. “This is a very important album for the band. We kept the continuity in the approach we established on The Quest, but we haven’t repeated ourselves. That was the main thing. As YES did in the seventies from one album to another, we’re growing and moving forward. In later years, YES often got going but then didn’t do the next thing. This album is demonstrative of us growing and building again.”
“When we delivered everything, and they were just getting the vinyl and everything into production for manufacturing, we were still very much in that creative zone. That belief that Thomas had in us really meant a lot,” Steve Howe said.