Stiff Little Fingers announce “The 2020 Tour”


Legendary Northern Irish punk rock act Stiff Little Fingers are delighted to announce a full UK tour in March 2020 – The 2020 Tour.

The tour will see the band play their 29th consecutive Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom St. Patrick’s Day show as part of their traditional March tour. The band also headline London’s Roundhouse to end the 13-date run.
All the dates will feature support from The Professionals and TV Smith. The Roundhouse show only will also feature a very special guest slot from the Neville Staple Band. With an iconic career of over 40 years, Stiff Little Fingers remain as vital as ever.

The full tour dates are as follows:
Thursday 12th March 2020                               Bristol, O2 Academy
Friday 13th March 2020                                     Cardiff, Great Hall
Saturday 14th March 2020                               Birmingham, O2 Academy
Monday 16th March 2020                                Norwich, UEA
Tuesday 17th March 2020                                 Glasgow, Barrowland Ballroom
Thursday 19th March 2020                               Troon, Concert Hall
Friday 20th March 2020                                     Newcastle, O2 Academy
Saturday 21st March 2020                                Leeds, O2 Academy
Monday 23rd March 2020                                Northampton, Roadmenders
Tuesday 24th March 2020                                 Nottingham, Rock City
Thursday 26th March 2020                               Portsmouth, Pyramids
Friday 27th March 2020                                     Manchester, Academy
Saturday 28th March 2020                               London, Roundhouse

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In addition to the dates announcement Stiff Little Fingers have just put out two special ‘Virtual Reality’ videos filmed with a 360 degree camera attached to the drum kit, from this years “Putting the Fast In Belfast 3” show in August. This gives the user, via their mobile viewing device or computer, the option to view whatever part of the stage and or band member they so wish via movement of the viewing device or via a mouse or pointing tool. The two tracks are their iconic punk anthems “Alternative Ulster” and “Tin Soldiers” available on the bands own YouTube Page.