Madness have announced a 2016 tour of the UK.
The news of their “Can’t Touch Us Now” was announced yesterday in support of their upcoming same-titled twelfth album, and will be the band’s first major arena tour in more than two years.
The 12-date tour will kick off on the weekend of 18th-21st November, as the band headline the annual Madness House Of Fun Weekender at Butlins in Minehead.
Madness will then go on to play their own headline arena shows in Bournemouth, Cardiff, Brighton and Newcastle. Fans in Sheffield, London, Nottingham, Bridlington, Glasgow and Manchester will also be able to see Madness perform in their home cities, with their final show landing at Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena on 17th December.
Along with their “Can’t Touch Us Now” tour dates, the band will also be playing several UK and European festivals this year, including Glastonbury, Kendal Calling, Boomtown and many more.
Tickets for the shows go on sale this Friday (27th May) at 9am.
Check out the full list of Madness’ 2016 UK “Can’t Touch Us Now” tour dates below:
- 18-21st November – House Of Fun Weekender, Minehead
- 1st December — International Centre, Bournemouth
- 2nd December — Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
- 3rd December — Brighton Centre, Brighton
- 8th December — Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
- 9th December — Sheffield Arena, Sheffield
- 10th December — The O2, London
- 12th December — Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
- 13th December — The Spa, Bridlington
- 15th December — The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
- 16th December — Manchester Arena, Manchester
- 17th December — Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham