Deacon Blue tour

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Deacon Blue tour dates

Jun 29
4pm
Deacon Blue
High Gosforth Park · Newcastle Racecourse
Jun 29
4pm
Deacon Blue
High Gosforth Park · Newcastle Racecourse
Nov 13
7pm
Deacon Blue
Belfast · Ulster Hall
Nov 14
7pm
Deacon Blue
Dublin · Olympia Theatre
Nov 16
7pm
Deacon Blue
Limerick · The Big Top
Nov 18
7pm
Deacon Blue
Norwich · Norwich Theatre Royal
Nov 18
7pm
Deacon Blue
Theatre Square · Royal Concert Hall
Nov 19
7:30 pm
Deacon Blue
Oxford · New Theatre Oxford
Nov 20
7pm
Deacon Blue
Guildford · G Live Guildford
Nov 22
7pm
Deacon Blue
Cardiff · St David's Hall
Nov 23
7pm
Deacon Blue
Bournemouth · Bournemouth Pavillion
Nov 24
7pm
Deacon Blue
Portsmouth · Portsmouth Guildhall
Nov 25
7pm
Deacon Blue
Basingstoke · The Anvil
Nov 27
7pm
Deacon Blue
Southend-on-Sea · Southend Cliffs Pavilion
Nov 28
7pm
Deacon Blue
Theatre Square · Royal Concert Hall
Nov 30
7pm
Deacon Blue
London · Eventim Apollo
Dec 1
7pm
Deacon Blue
Cambridge · Cambridge Corn Exchange
Dec 2
7pm
Deacon Blue
Leicester · De Montfort Hall
Dec 4
7pm
Deacon Blue
Birmingham · Symphony Hall
Dec 5
7:30 pm
Deacon Blue
Brighton · Brighton Centre
Dec 7
7pm
Deacon Blue
Ardwick Green · O2 Apollo Manchester
Dec 8
7pm
Deacon Blue
Liverpool Waterfront · Liverpool Echo Arena
Dec 9
7pm
Deacon Blue
Harrogate · Harrogate International Centre
Dec 11
7pm
Deacon Blue
Sheffield · Sheffield City Hall
Dec 12
7pm
Deacon Blue
Newcastle Upon Tyne · Newcastle City Hall
Dec 14
6:30 pm
Deacon Blue
Bridge of Don · AECC
Dec 15
6:30 pm
Deacon Blue
Glasgow · The SSE Hydro
Dec 19
7pm
Deacon Blue
Oxford · New Theatre Oxford

About Deacon Blue

Deacon Blue is a Scottish pop band formed in Glasgow in 1985. Their name came from the title of the Steely Dan song "Deacon Blues". Success came for the band in 1989 when their second studio album, When The World Knows Your Name, topped the UK Album Charts. The album included "Real Gone Kid" which became their first UK top ten single. After releasing further albums in 1991 and 1993, they split up in 1994. Five years later, in 1999, the band held a reunion gig and this led to the album, Walking Back Home. Since then they have released Homesick (2001) and The Hipsters (2012). (Last.fm)

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