Bob Mould announces rescheduled 2022 UK, Ireland tour dates

New dates set for June and July

Bob Mould has announced rescheduled dates for his upcoming Solo Electric 2022 UK and Ireland tour, which now begin on June 9th at Brighton’s Concorde 2. The tour, originally scheduled for January and February 2022, has had to be temporarily postponed due to the pandemic.

“As I mentioned last fall, I’m always concerned about the safety of my audience as well as venue workers. In early December 2021, I realized it would be difficult for me — even with three vaccinations on my dance card — to stay COVID-free for the entirety of the January/February 2022 IE/UK Solo Electric tour,” Mould shares in a statement.

“Today, I’m happy to announce those shows have been rescheduled. Full dates are listed below. All tickets remain valid. Refunds can be available at your point of purchase.

“Apologies in advance for any inconveniences. Lots of moving parts had to be re-positioned before announcing these new dates. With that being said, I’m hopeful for a better 2022, I’m anxious to get back to work, and I’m very excited to see you all this June!”

As Mould notes above, tickets previously purchased for the original shows remain valid across the board but for those unable to attend the rescheduled shows in June and July, refunds are available at their point of purchase.

The shows – which include a new London date at Islington Assembly Hall on June 16th – will find Mould performing solo versions of music from across his iconic, 40+ year career, including songs from the lauded Distortion retrospective collection, from his landmark band Hüsker Dü and from 2020’s explosive and critically acclaimed Blue Hearts album.

The tour is in support of Mould’s 24 CD Distortion: 1989-2019, 8 LP Distortion: 1989-1995, 9 LP Distortion: 1996-2007, 7 LP Distortion 2008-2019, 8 LP Distortion: Live box sets and Distortion: The Best of 1989-2019 compilations available now on Demon Music Group.

Bob Mould 2022 UK/IE Tour Dates:

June 9th | Brighton, UK – Concorde 2
June 10th | Southampton, UK – Engine Rooms
June 12th | Birmingham, UK – The Mill
June 14th | Oxford, UK – Oxford O2 Academy 2
June 16th | London, UK – Islington Assembly Hall
June 17th Nottingham, UK – Rescue Rooms
June 18th | Stoke-on-Trent, UK – The Sugarmill
June 20th | Bristol, UK – Thekla
June 22nd | Glasgow, UK – Oran Mor
June 23rd | Newcastle, UK – Riverside
June 24th | Liverpool, UK – Arts Club
June 25th | Leeds, UK – Brudenell Social Club
June 27th | Chester, UK – The Live Rooms
June 28th | Cardiff, UK – The Globe
June 30th | Belfast, UK – Limelight 2
July 1st | Dublin, IE – Whelan’s

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