Dropkick Murphys reschedule their Turn Up That Dial Tour for January 2023 plus support from Pennywise (UK only), The Scratch (IRE only), The Rumjacks & Jesse Ahern.
Dropkick Murphys 2023 Tour Dates:
Belfast The Telegraph Building, 13 Jan
Dublin 3Arena, 14
Newcastle O2 City Hall, 16
Glasgow OVO Hydro, 17
Manchester O2 Victoria Warehouse, 18
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, 20
London The SSE Arena Wembley, 21
Birmingham O2 Academy, 22
“We are broken hearted to announce that the January/February 2022 Ireland / UK / Europe tour is now officially postponed to 2023. Covid restrictions in various countries and the general uncertainty of the times makes it impossible for us to make this tour work in the current circumstances.”
The Irish-American punk rockers forthcoming album ‘Turn Up That Dial’ dropped on 30 April 2021.
The Ted Hutt produced full-length features hit singles ‘Middle Finger’ and ‘Queen Of Suffolk County’ – scroll down for the full tracklisting.
The band’s virtual event ‘St. Patrick’s Day Stream 2021…Still Locked Down’ reached the top spot on Pollstar’s Live Stream Chart, logging over three million views to date. It follows their landmark 2020 ‘Streaming Outta Fenway’ livestream, which drew over six million people and at charted No.3 on the Pollstar.
The group features Al Barr on lead vocals, Tim Brennan on guitars, tin whistle, accordion, piano and vocals, Ken Casey on lead vocals, Jeff DaRosa on guitars, banjo, mandolin and vocals, Matt Kelly on drums, percussion, vocals, James Lynch on guitars and vocals, touring bassist Kevin Rheault and touring bagpipe player Lee Forshner.
Dropkick Murphys ‘Turn Up That Dial’ Full Album Tracklisting:
Turn Up That Dial
Queen Of Suffolk County
Mick Jones Nicked My Pudding
Good As Gold
Smash Shit Up
City By The Sea
I Wish You Were Here
Image Credit: Ken Susi