- 19 Jul 21
The ‘Out Out Quoing’ 2022 tour will stop off at The Waterfront Hall on February 27th and The Olympia Theatre on February 28th.
Veteran English rock outfit Status Quo have announced Belfast and Dublin dates for their 'Out Out Quoing' Spring 2022 tour, readying themselves to reclaim their position on the live circuit.
Formed in 1962, the group originated as The Spectres and was founded by Francis Rossi and Alan Lancaster while they were still in school.
In September 2019, Status Quo performed a triumphant set at the massive Radio 2 ‘Festival in a Day’ event in London’s Hyde Park in front of 65,000 fans. That turned out to be their last UK show as the ‘Backbone’ Winter Tour of 2020 was cancelled in its entirety due to Covid-19. Now, the rockers are delighted to announce their long overdue return to the stage with the ‘Out Out Quoing’ tour.
“We cannot wait to play again," Francis Rossi said in a press release. "Every gig is special for Quo but it’s been too long since we got to play anywhere. Going out is something that we all took for granted. Not any more. Going out, going out properly – ‘going out out’, as some would have it - became a bit of dream but now that dream can come true. The name of the tour is a bit of humour, but a celebration too. However, I’d urge fans not to overthink it and just prepare for all the hits and some serious live music energy!”
A band known for their live performances across their incredible fifty year career, it’s time for Status Quo to get back to doing what they do best. After such an unwanted layoff, the band is more ready than ever, making the ‘Out Out Quoing’ tour unmissable.
Tickets for The Olympia Theatre €65.50, including booking fees, are available now while tickets for The Waterfront Hall are available from £49.