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McFly 2020 UK Shows


McFly announce new summer shows plus a huge UK arena tour in April/May next year, playing all their biggest hits and more!

Summer 2020 Live Dates:

Bath Recreation Ground, 23 May (Bath Festival Finale Weekend)
Inverness Bught Park, 05 July (The Big Top)
Taunton Vivary Park, 10
Scarborough Open Air Theatre, 14 Aug
Newmarket Racecourses, 29

Tickets on sale Friday (15 November) at 9am from Gigantic Eventim AXS Ticketmaster See Tickets

April 2020 Arena Tour Dates:

Liverpool M&S Bank Arena, 26 April
Newcastle Utilita Arena, 27
Glasgow The SSE Hydro, 29
Manchester Arena, 01 May
Leeds First Direct Arena, 02
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, 04
Bournemouth International Centre, 05
Brighton Centre, 06
London The SSE Arena Wembley, 08
Birmingham Resorts World Arena, 09
Nottingham Motorpoint Arena, 10

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Tom, Danny, Dougie and Harry will perform their best-loved hits live on tour, including tracks like ‘All About You’, ‘Obviously’, ‘Star Girl’, ‘One for the Radio’ and ‘Shine a Light’. Fans can also look forward to hearing music from ‘The Lost Songs’, a collection of tracks originally intended to be an unreleased sixth studio album.

McFly are without a doubt one of the biggest British pop acts of the 21st century. They have achieved seven UK No.1 singles, five top-ten albums, six sell-out tours as well as sold an incredible 10 million records worldwide.

Their first album ‘Room on the 3rd Floor’ went double platinum, beating The Beatles long-standing record to become the youngest band to have a No.1 debut album. They then went on to release four more albums between 2005 and 2010.

McFly are set work on their sixth album in 2020. In the meantime, they will be releasing a new track each week from ‘The Love Songs’ in the run-up to their highly anticipated London show at The O2 this November.


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