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Lighthouse Family add 2020 tour dates and change new album release date

Blue Sky in Your Head will now arrive in July.

Lighthouse Family
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Lighthouse Family have announced a second run of tour dates following the huge response to their first leg of dates, taking place in November.

Having nearly completely sold-out, another 12 dates have been added for February and March 2020. The tour is in support of new album Blue Sky in Your Head, which will now be released on 5th July.

Explaining the album delay Lighthouse Family said, “We are very sorry to have to share this message with you – due to some unforeseen production issues, the release date of Blue Sky In Your Head is moving back to 5th July… We are so thankful for all of your support and for waiting so patiently over the last 18 years. We hope this will be worth the wait for you.”

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The new dates for February and March 2020 are:

February 16 – Dublin Olympia Theatre
February 17 – Sheffield City Hall
February 18 – Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
February 20 – Edinburgh Usher Hall
February 21 – Newcastle upon Tyne Newcastle City Hall
February 22 – Hull Bonus Arena
February 24 – Ipswich Regent
February 25 – Brighton Dome
February 27 – London Palladium
February 28 – Cardiff St David’s Hall
February 29 – Portsmouth Guildhall
March 1 – Southend Cliffs Pavilion

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The band will head out in November for the following shows:

November 11 – Birmingham Symphony Hall SOLD OUT
November 13 – Glasgow Royal Concert Hall SOLD OUT
November 14 – Newcastle upon Tyne Newcastle City Hall SOLD OUT
November 15 – Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
November 17 – Halifax The Victoria Theatre
November 18 – Manchester Bridgewater Hall SOLD OUT
November 20 – Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion SOLD OUT
November 21 – Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre SOLD OUT
November 22 – London London Palladium SOLD OUT

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