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Yes ‘Relayer’ Europe & UK Tour 2022

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Good things come to those who wait, especially for Yes fans
Rock giants Yes have been hit by the coronavirus pandemic for a second time - by having to postpone their UK and European tour until 2022. Yes were originally due to embark on The Album Series Tour, featuring their 1974 Relayerf album in its entirety, in May 2020 in Liverpool. But the show, which was also due to include a selection of other Yes favourites such as 'Roundabout' and 'Owner of a Lonely Heart', was postponed until May 2021 after the UK went into lockdown. Now, due to COVID restrictions across Europe, Yes have again been forced to reschedule their forthcoming European & UK tour dates in the interests of safety. The Relayer tour is now due to start in Portugal in May 2022, with UK dates commencing in June, including a gig at Birmingham Symphony Hall on June 24. The band has managed to reschedule shows in all cities apart from Rockhal in Luxembourg which didn't have any available dates. Tickets for all other shows remain valid for the new dates.

Yes tour postponed for second time to 2022

Formed in 1968, the band has sold more than 50 million records worldwide. Keyboard player Geoff Downes, who will be joined in the Yes line-up by Steve Howe (guitars), Alan White (drums), Jon Davison (vocals), Billy Sherwood (bass guitar and backing vocals) and Jay Schellen (additional drums and percussion). said: "We're really looking forward to getting back onstage and performing for our fans. Relayer will be special." The show will comprise full production and a high-definition video wall. It will feature Relayer, the seventh studio album by Yes, and one of the band's most distinctive, in full. Roger Dean will be directing the production and joining the tour with an exhibition of Yes-related art.

Read an interview with Steve Howe which previously featured on WeekendNotes.

Yes are still ready to rock. Credit Gottlieb Bros

Full Rescheduled European and UK Tour Dates Are:

May 2022

12th May Thursday Lisbon Campo Pequeno, Portugal
13th May Friday Madrid La Riviera, Spain
14th May Saturday Barcelona Razzmatazz, Spain
16th May Monday Milan Teatro Dal Verme, Italy
17th May Tuesday Rome Auditorium della Conciliazione, Italy
18th May Wednesday Padova Gran Teatro Geox, Italy
20th May Friday Zurich Kongresshaus, Switzerland
22nd May Sunday Prague Forum Karlin, Czech Republic
23rd May Monday Vienna Arena, Austria
24th May Tuesday Halle Steintor-Variete, Germany
26th May Thursday Berlin Admiralspalast, Germany
27th May Friday Warsaw Stodola, Poland
28th May Saturday Wroclaw Narodowe Forum Muzyki, Poland
30th May Monday Tallin Alexela Concert Hall, Estonia
31st May Tuesday Helsinki House of Culture, Finland

June - 2022

2nd June Thursday Stockholm Cirkus, Sweden
3rd June Friday Oslo Sentrum Scene, Norway
4th June Saturday Helsingor Kulturvaerftet, Denmark
6th June Monday Aarhus, Aarhus Train, Denmark
8th June Wednesday Moenchengladbach Red Box, Germany
9th June Thursday Utrecht Tivoli Vredenburg, Netherlands
11th June Saturday Leuven Het Depot, Belgium
13th June Monday Paris Salle Pleyel, France
15th June Wednesday Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, UK
17th June Friday Manchester Bridgewater Hall, UK
18th June Saturday Nottingham Royal Concert Hall, UK
20th June Monday Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, UK
21st June Tuesday London Royal Albert Hall, UK
22nd June Thursday York Barbican, UK
24th June Friday Birmingham Symphony Hall, UK
26th June Sunday Newcastle City Hall, UK
28th June Tuesday Dublin Vicar Street, Eire
29th June Wednesday Cork Opera House, Eire
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Why? Rock legends Yes still waiting to embark on their Relayer album tour
When: 12 May 2022 to 29 June 2022
Where: Symphony Hall, Broad Street, Birmingham B1 2EA
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