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The Specials announce 2021 UK tour, find out how to get tickets

The Specials announce huge UK tour for 2019, get your tickets

Ska revival icons announce 14 live dates for next August and September

The Specials have announced a tour for August and September 2021. Tickets for the shows go on sale at 10am on Fri 11 Sep.

** UPDATED on sale time is 10am (correction of 9am) [11 Sep] **

The group released their self-titled debut album in back in 1979 and have seven successful studio albums and six live albums to their name. Fans can expect to hear classic hits like 'Ghost Town', 'Man at C&A' and 'A Message to You Rudy' as well as more recent hits put out by the group.

Current band members released the album Encore back in 2019 and celebrated 40 years together as a group. In 2021 the band will head out on a 14-day tour playing to fans up and down England.

The 2021 tour kicks off on Tue 31 Aug at Oasis in Swindon before shows in Manchester, Cardiff, Blackpool, Nottingham, and more. The Specials wrap things up with two nights at The Roundhouse in London on Thu 23 and Fri 24 Sep.

Where can I buy tickets for The Specials?

Tickets are being sold by AXS, See Tickets and Ticketmaster among others.

The Specials tour dates 2021:
Tue 31 Aug — Oasis, Swindon
Thu 2 Sep — Plymouth Pavilions
Fri 3 Sep — BIC Windsor Hall, Bournemouth
Sat 4 Sep — Brighton Centre
Thu 9 Sep — O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
Fri 10 Sep— Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Sat 11 Sep — Ricoh Arena, Coventry
Mon13 Sep — Bonus Arena, Hull
Tu 14 Sep — Empress Ballroom, Blackpool
Thu 16 Sep — O2 Academy, Birmingham
Fri 17 Sep — Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
Sat 18 Sep — The Dome, Doncaster
Thu 23 Sep — The Roundhouse, London
Fri 24 Sep — The Roundhouse, London

Tickets for The Specials' 2021 tour go on sale at 10am on Fri 11 Sep.

The Specials

The legendary 2 Tone and ska revival band, famous for hits such as Too Much Too Young and Ghost Town, still going strong with a career spanning over 40 years.