Morrissey Reschedules Cancelled UK Live Dates

Following the singer's illness, plus new dates in October confirmed

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Morrissey who cancelled two shows on his UK tour this month at London’s Royal Albert Hall and the Birmingham Symphony Hall due to illness, has rescheduled the shows for October.

The former Smiths frontman has also added four new live dates in swindon, Bournemouth, Leeds and Sheffield.

Returns for the current tour’s Birmingham and London shows will be resold, fans are advised to check with the venues box offices.

Original tickets for the rescheduled dates remain valid.

New shows will go on sale on Friday May 22 at 9am.

Morrissey will play the following live dates in October:

Birmingham Symphony Hall (rescheduled) (October 23)
Swindon Oasis (24)
Bournemouth Opera House (26)
London Royal Albert Hall (rescheduled) (27)
Leeds O2 Academy (29)
Sheffield City Hall (30)

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