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Biffy Clyro have postponed The Fingers Crossed Tour

Biffy Clyro’s intimate Fingers Crossed shows – which were originally due to take place in April – have been rescheduled for later in the year.

We’re still unfortunately yet to enjoy Biffy Clyros brilliant 2020 album A Celebration Of Endings live and in the flesh… and that wait is ongoing as the trio have had to push back next month’s UK tour.

The band were planning to head out on the excellently named The Fingers Crossed Tour, taking in much smaller venues than they’re typically used to these days as arena and festival-conquering titans. Now, though, Biffy have been forced to push back these dates to October and November.

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Due to the current government restrictions in place in England, The Fingers Crossed Tour will be not be able to take place in April – however, we are delighted to announce that we are rescheduling the dates for later this year in October / November,” the band say.

We can’t wait to get back out and see you all when it’s safe to do so, and until then we send everyone our love. Simon, James and Ben.”

We can guarantee it’ll be worth the wait.

Catch Biffy Clyro live at the following:


29 Liverpool University (Mountford Hall)
30 Cambridge Corn Exchange
31 Sheffield O2 Academy


2 London O2 Forum Kentish Town
3 Southampton Guildhall
4 Bristol O2 Academy

In other recently-announced Biffy live news, the band have been confirmed to headline next year’s Download Festival alongside KISS and Iron Maiden.

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Posted on March 10th 2021, 12:00p.m.
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