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Deacon Blue tickets and 2020 tour dates

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Deacon Blue: Cities Of Love 2020

Inverness Leisure in Inverness

Friday 30th October

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P&J Live in Aberdeen

Saturday 31st October

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Ulster Hall in Belfast

Monday 2nd November

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O2 Apollo in Manchester

Friday 6th November

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Deacon Blue: Cities Of Love 2020

O2 Apollo in Manchester

Saturday 7th November

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First Direct Arena in Leeds

Sunday 8th November

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Royal Concert Hall In Nottingham in Nottingham

Tuesday 10th November

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Royal Albert Hall in London

Wednesday 11th November

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Corn Exchange in Cambridge

Friday 13th November

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Plymouth Pavilions in Plymouth

Saturday 14th November

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Biography

Deacon Blue are one of Scotland's most popular pop bands. The name of the band is taken from the title of a Steely Dan song, whose lyrics seem to reflect the Scottish band's early outlook: They got a name for the winners in the world

I want a name when I lose....

Call me Deacon Blues [1] Formed in 1985, this predominantly Glaswegian act were one of the top-selling UK bands of the late 1980s/early 1990s. The group's members were Ricky Ross, Lorraine McIntosh, James Prime, Dougie Vipond, Ewan Vernal and Graeme Kelling.

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