Where Can You See Manic Street Preachers Live During 2021?

The Manic Street Preachers are to return with their 14th studio album The Ultra Vivid Lament which features their current single Owellian on 3rd September 2021 released on Columbia/Sony and have announced a tour for this autumn. 

A departure from the bands last release (2018’s Resistance is Futile), The Ultra Vivid Lament is the first Manic Street Preachers album initially conceived on piano rather than guitar. It was recorded over winter 2020/21 in Wales at Monmouth’s Rockfield and the bands’ Door to the River studio in Newport with longtime collaborator Dave Eringa, before being mixed by David Wrench (Blossoms, Frank Ocean, Arlo Parks).

The album features two guest vocalists: Julia Cumming of Sunflower Bean on The Secret He Had Missed and Mark Lanegan on Blank Diary Entry.

Following Manic Street Preachers longest enforced break from playing live, the group will take the album on a 14 date cross-country tour. Prior to these dates, they play some previously announced festival shows.   Support on all headline shows comes from The Anchoress (except Wembley).

Manic Street Preachers Autumn Tour 2021
  • 26 September             NEWCASTLE, O2 City Hall
  • 28 September             EDINBURGH, Usher Hall
  • 29 September             DUNDEE, Caird Hall
  •   1 October                  STOKE-ON-TRENT, Victoria Hall
  •   2 October                  MANCHESTER, O2 Apollo
  •   4 October                  YORK, Barbican
  •   5 October                  GLASGOW, Barrowland
  •   7 October                  LEEDS, O2 Academy
  •   8 October                  PORTSMOUTH, Guildhall
  • 10 October                  BOURNEMOUTH, O2 Academy
  • 11 October                  CAMBRIDGE, Corn Exchange
  • 13 October                  BATH, Forum
  • 14 October                  BRIGHTON, Dome
  •   3 December              LONDON, The SSE Arena, Wembley
Manic Street Preachers are touring several dates in 2021
Manic Street Preachers Summer Dates 2021:
  • 16 July                        CARDIFF, Motorpoint Arena (NHS workers show)
  • 17 July                        CARDIFF, Motorpoint Arena (NHS public show)
  • 30 July                        PIKEHALL, Y Not Festival
  • 7 August                    LINLITHGOW, Party At The Palace
  • 29 August                  ALCESTER, Camper Calling Music Festival
  • 10 September           HALIFAX, Live at Piece Hall
  • 18 September           JERSEY, Electric Park Festival

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