- 12 Feb 21
A limited number of tickets are still available for KNEECAP's upcoming Irish gigs.
KNEECAP have announced rescheduled dates for their upcoming Irish gig on The Occupied Six Tour. Their Dublin headliner in the Olympia Theatre has been rescheduled to October 20, while their Belfast headliner in the Telegraph Building has been rescheduled to November 6.
Sharing the news on social media, the acclaimed Irish hip-hop group noted that "the madness will have to wait for another day, keeperlittofuck".
All original tickets are still valid for the new dates – with some tickets still remaining on Ticketmaster.
Earlier this week, KNEECAP also announced rescheduled dates for their What's The Story Moaning Tory Tour of the UK – which has been pushed back to September.
Since talking to Hot Press ahead of their Longitude appearance back in July 2019, KNEECAP set off on their ‘Your Ma Hates Ya’ tour – which included a triumphant sold-out set at The Academy, Dublin. They were also among the highlights of the Rock Against Homelessness night at the Olympia Theatre, Dublin in 2020.
Shortly after launching their US tour in March 2020, the outbreak of Covid-19 resulted in the cancellation of KNEECAP's scheduled gigs. Their manager, Daniel Lambert, launched a fundraising appeal to assist with costs – noting that the group had been left "essentially broke", after spending thousands on visas, travel and accommodation. The fundraiser went on to raise over €14,800.
In late 2020, they returned with their poignant single, 'Mam'.
See KNEECAP's rescheduled dates below:
- 15 - Glasgow, The Garage
- 16 - Newcastle, The Think Tank
- 17 - Birmingham, The Castle And Falcon
- 18 - Liverpool, O2 Academy Liverpool 2
- 19 - Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
- 20 - Cambridge, The Portland Arms
- 22 - Southampton, The Joiners
- 23 - London, The Garage
- 24 - Brighton, Patterns
- 27 - Bristol, The Exchange
- 20 - Dublin, Olympia Theatre
- 6 - Belfast, Telegraph Building