Josh Franceschi reveals where he wants You Me At Six’s final-ever gig to be held

Where do You Me At Six plan to wrap things up on next year’s farewell tour? Josh Franceschi has an idea…

Josh Franceschi reveals where he wants You Me At Six’s final-ever gig to be held
Emily Carter

Next year, You Me At Six will be wrapping up a triumphant 20-year career with their final shows as a band.

We know that the Weybridge legends will be embarking on a huge farewell tour, as they revealed when they announced their split last month. But… exactly where might these gigs be?

In the new print issue of Kerrang!, out today, we had a huge chat with frontman Josh Franceschi about the reasons, emotions and – crucially – feelings of rightness involved in You Me Six calling it a day.

And we also asked the singer if they’ve actually thought ahead to how it will all properly end in 2025. The answer, it would seem, is ‘yes’.

“We’ve got a plan to play songs from every single album, and make it a real victory lap,” Josh enthuses. “And everyone feels like that. We’ve looked at the setlists and gone, ‘Cool – those five can stay, the rest is gonna be stuff we haven’t done for years. We want to have 40, 50 songs ready to go so that each night we can constantly mix it up and make it special.

“As far as the end goes, we want it to end at Wembley.”


Pick up the new issue here for the full interview with Josh, plus so much more.

You Me At Six will headline Slam Dunk Festival at Hatfield Park and Leeds Temple Newsman on May 25 and 26 respectively. Get your tickets now.

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