Following the latest Government Roadmap announcements, Paul Weller, which was due to take place at Portsmouth Guildhall on Friday 25th June 2021, has been rescheduled to the new date of Friday 1st April 2022.
All tickets remain valid for the new date so we look forward to seeing you there!
This tour takes in venues such as old favourite Glasgow Barrowland and includes and few less often visited places such as the Oxford New Theatre and Norwich UEA. Paul was last on the road when he played several shows as part of the regular “Forest Live” outdoor gigs in summer but is always most at home performing at great concert venues.
This run of dates is just the beginning of more live activity with further shows looking to be added. Paul has recently been in the studio writing and playing new songs. The fruits of these labours will surface in the new year…watch this space.
NEW SUPPORT ADDED
The Stroppies will be supporting Paul Weller at the Guildhall.
Originally starting as the DIY home recording project of Angus Lord and Claudia Serfaty, The Stroppies have now evolved into what some might call a “proper band”. Following on from their 2017 demo cassette and a sling of singles, 2019 saw the release of their debut LP Whoosh!, a studio-based affair that evolved The Stroppies sound, underpinned with a newly discovered melodic classicism. Look Alive!, their latest effort which was recorded only months after the bands return to Australia after their second European tour of 2019, represents a marriage of the two different styles of Stroppies recordings and rounds out an incredibly productive twelve months for the group.