On the heels of a massive tour announcement that will have Candlebox playing the U.S. for much of 2019, the multi-platinum rock band has revealed plans to return to the UK this summer for their first international run since 2017. Kicking off June 11 in Bristol, UK at Fleece, the routing will feature performances at some of the country’s most iconic venues, including King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow on June 16 and Islington Academy in London on June 19 for the final show of the routing.
Tickets for the shows, as well as VIP Meet & Greet Packages, which include access to a pre-show sound check meet & greet, official signed tour poster and a tour VIP laminate,
go on sale Friday, January 25 at http://www.candleboxrocks.com.
During these exclusive dates, the band will play songs from their break out, self-titled, debut album, which was certified 4X platinum, as well as hits from the rest of their six studio albums, including their most recent release ‘Disappearing In Airports‘.
“It’s been almost two years since we’ve been to the U.K.,” said Kevin Martin, frontman for Candlebox. “We had such a blast touring behind the last album that we can’t wait to go back and spend some more time there playing new venues and seeing some new fans.”
Kevin Martin vocals
Adam Kury bass
Brian Quinn lead guitar
Island Styles guitar
Dave Krusen drums.
Tour dates :
June 11 Bristol, UK Fleece
June 12 Birmingham, UK Library
June 13 Leeds, UK Key Club
June 15 Newcastle, UK Cluny
June 16 Glasgow, UK King Tut’s
June 18 Manchester, UK Academy 3
June 19 London, UK Islington Academy