It’s only March and already it’s been a tough year for all live performers because of the COVID-19 pandemic. No less so than Jedward, who back in January announced their Voice Of A Rebel U.K. tour dates, to originally take place in May. Fast forward to just a few weeks later and the duo have had to reschedule. Today they announced the new dates for their tour.
Jedward fans will have plenty of time to rebook travel and accommodation with the tour now taking place in the summer. Commencing on August 13, John and Edward will perform at Manchester’s FAC251, which was the venue for their Manc concert last year.
The following evening, 14 August, shall see them perform at The Camden Assembly, also the location for last year’s London shows.
August 15, the final date of the tour, will see John and Edward head to Scotland, where they will perform at G2. Please note that the previous May date had been for a different venue.
All pre-purchased VIP and General Admission tickets are still valid. See Jedward’s official website for further details.
The Voice Of A Rebel tour celebrates the release of Jedward’s album of the same name, which was released in June last year. Their fourth album, it’s their first of entirely original songs, with all 22 tracks written and produced by the twins themselves. It’s also their first album on the Universal Music Singapore label, to which they signed early last year.
’Voice Of A Rebel’ is available to stream and download here. You can buy the album on CD here.