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Black Grape comeback tour

Celebrated Manchester band, Black Grape are hitting the road around the UK.

Ben Smith

Last updated: 24th Apr 2015

Image: Black Grape 

Formed in the midst of Happy Mondays' breakup, multi-influenced Manchester band, Black Grape are reconvening for an extensive tour around the UK. 

Boasting Shaun Ryder, Bez and Kermit Leveridge, the band is responsible for a triumph of funky rock and roll hits.

They include 'Reverend Black Grape' (above), taken from their acclaimed debut album, It's Great When you're Straight..Yeah, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.

The tour cuts its teeth at The Garage in Glasgow on Wednesday 3rd June and bows out at Parr Hall, Warrington on Sunday 12th July.   

Tour dates below

Glasgow, Wednesday 3rd June 

Edinburgh, The Liquid Room, Thursday 4th June 

Middlesbrough, The Venue, Friday 5th June 

Doncaster, Diamond Live Lounge, Saturday 6th June

Derby, The Venue, Monday 8th June

Bilston, The Robin 2, Wednesday 10th June 

Cambridge, Cambridge Junction, Thursday 11th June 

Bristol, Bierkeller, Sunday 14th June

Southampton, The Brook, Monday 15th June 

Dublin, The Academy, Friday 19th June

Belfast, The Limelight, Saturday 20th June

London, The Forum, Friday 26th June 

Brighton, Concorde 2Saturday 27th June

Leamington Spa, The Assembly, Wednesday 1st July

Manchester, Manchester Academy, Friday 3rd July

Mareel, Shetland, Saturday 4th July 

Aberdeen, Beach Ballroom, Sunday 5th July 

Leeds, Stylus, Saturday 11th July

Newcastle, The Riverside, Friday 10th July

Warrington, Parr Hall, Sunday 12th July