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Squeeze Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 123,115
Category New Wave, Post Punk, New Wave Alternative, 80s, Adult Contemporary, Alternative
Concerts
Jun
02
St Annes Park
Dublin
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Jul
01
The O2
London
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Jul
03
Utilita Arena Birmingham
Birmingham
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Jul
05
Motorpoint Arena
Nottingham
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Jul
06
AO Arena
Manchester
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Jul
08
First Direct Arena
Leeds
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Jul
09
OVO Hydro
Glasgow
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Jul
13
Let's Rock! – Shrewsbury 2024
Shrewsbury
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Aug
01
Kelvingrove Bandstand
Glasgow
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Aug
03
King George's Hall
Blackburn
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Aug
04
Capesthorne Hall
Cheshire West And Chester
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Aug
14
The Cuthbert Amphitheater
Eugene
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Aug
15
Marymoor Park
Redmond
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Aug
17
Fox Theater
Oakland
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Aug
18
Fox Theater
Oakland
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Aug
21
The Pacific Amphitheatre
Costa Mesa
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Aug
22
YouTube Theater
Los Angeles
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Aug
25
Celebrity Theatre
Phoenix
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Aug
27
Moody Amphitheater
Austin
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Aug
28
The Pavilion At Toyota Music Factory
Irving
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Aug
29
713 Music Hall
Houston
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Sep
10
Squeeze and Boy George
Vienna
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Sep
11
Santander Performing Arts Center
Reading
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Sep
13
Boch Center - Wang Theatre
Boston
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Sep
14
Tropicana Showroom
Atlantic City
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Sep
15
Mohegan Sun Arena
Uncasville
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Sep
17
Capital One City Parks Foundation SummerStage
New York
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Sep
21
Pompano Beach Amphitheater
Pompano Beach
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Sep
22
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
Orlando
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Oct
04
Sheffield City Hall
Sheffield
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Oct
05
Symphony Hall
Birmingham
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Oct
06
Symphony Hall
Birmingham
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Oct
08
Aberdeen Music Hall
Aberdeen
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Oct
09
Usher Hall
Edinburgh
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Oct
11
The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Glasgow
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Oct
12
O2 Apollo Manchester
Manchester
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Oct
13
O2 City Hall Newcastle
Newcastle Upon Tyne
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Oct
15
Regent Theatre
Stoke-on-trent
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Oct
17
Royal Concert Hall Notts
Nottingham
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Oct
18
York Barbican
York
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Oct
19
M&S Bank Arena Liverpool
Liverpool
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Oct
21
Venue Cymru
Llandudno
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Oct
22
De Montfort Hall
Leicester
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Oct
23
Cambridge Corn Exchange
Cambridge
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Oct
25
Ipswich Regent Theatre
Ipswich
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Oct
26
Cliffs Pavilion
Southend-on-sea
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Oct
27
Mayflower Theatre
Southampton
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Oct
29
G Live Guildford
Guildford
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Oct
30
Bristol Beacon
Bristol
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Nov
01
Utilita Arena Cardiff
Cardiff
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Nov
02
The Brighton Centre
Brighton
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Nov
03
Plymouth Pavilions
Plymouth
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Nov
05
Aylesbury Waterside Theatre
Aylesbury
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Nov
07
The Hexagon
Reading
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Nov
08
Swansea Arena
Swansea
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Nov
09
Congress Theatre
Eastbourne
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Nov
11
Royal Albert Hall
London
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Nov
13
The Forum
Bath
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Nov
14
Connexin Live
Hull
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Nov
15
Stockton Globe
Stockton-on-tees
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Nov
17
Victoria Theatre
Halifax
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Nov
18
The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Glasgow
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Nov
20
Cliffs Pavilion
Southend-on-sea
Tickets
Nov
21
Leas Cliff Hall
Folkestone
Tickets
Nov
22
Roundhouse
London
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About Squeeze
It’s 1973 in South London. Teenage friends Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook form the band that will see them dubbed ‘The New Lennon and McCartney’. Nearly 50 years later, with their legacy intact and as vital as it has ever been, Squeeze are still touring and reminding fans worldwide just why they have left such an indelible impression on the UK’s music scene. As teenagers on the South London scene, Squeeze – setting out their stall early on by facetiously naming themselves after a poorly-received Velvet Underground album, and at the time also comprised of Jools Holland on keys, Harry Kakouli on bass and Paul Gunn on drums – became a fixture of the burgeoning New Wave movement. When Gilson Lavis replaced Gunn on drums everything seemed to fall into place, and word of mouth soon spread about the band – ironically, it was none other than Velvet Underground man John Cale who caught wind in 1977 and offered to produce their debut EP ‘Packet Of Three’ and much of the ensuing album. Yet it was second album ‘Cool For Cats’, released in 1979, which cemented their place as one of Britain’s most important young bands. Featuring the classic single ‘Up The Junction’ as well as the title track, it was many listeners’ first introduction to the witty kitchen-sink lyricism and new-wave guitar music that has become the band’s trademark. With albums ‘Argybargy’ and the Elvis Costello-produced ‘East Side Story’, Squeeze even started to make waves across the pond, although in 1980 former Roxy Music and Ace – and future Mike + The Mechanics – man Paul Carrack would replace Jools Holland, going on to lend his unmistakable vocals to the smash hit ‘Tempted’. In 1982 Squeeze had disbanded. The chemistry between Tilbrook and Difford could not be as easily dismissed however, and the ensuing record they made together in 1984 has become the “lost” Squeeze album for many fans. But the band couldn’t lay dormant for long, as Squeeze reformed the next year for ‘Cosi Fan Tutti Frutti’, along with Holland, Lavis and Keith Wilkinson, Squeeze’s longest serving bass player. Over the next 14 years Difford and Tilbrook remained the only constant element as Squeeze continued to receive critical acclaim, release albums and tour, with the likes of ‘Hourglass’ becoming their biggest ever hit in the USA. Despite an official Squeeze break-up in 1999, Difford and Tilbrook continued to make music and gig with the same enthusiasm and abandon that they brought to Squeeze’s first EP, either with their own solo projects or with each other. Chris Difford has released three solo albums to date, and toured the country several times with his unique one man show – while Glenn Tilbrook, meanwhile, has also released three solo albums, with 2009’s ‘Pandemonium Ensues’ heralding the debut of his other band The Fluffers and saw him recording with Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis. He too has toured relentlessly with The Fluffers, and most recently has recorded an album as “The Co-Operative” with blues veterans 9 Below Zero. Charitable work also plays a large role in their lives – Tilbrook has also been an active member of the Love Hope Strength Foundation, which sees him join fellow musicians such as founder Mike Peters (The Alarm), going on treks and climbing some of the globe’s greatest landmarks in order to raise money to help treat cancer sufferers throughout the world. Difford meanwhile spends many hours working with recovering addicts and alcoholics in prisons and rehab centers, with musical workshops, performances, and by telling his own inspirational life story. Chris like Glenn has released his own solo work most notably with Francis Dunnery on the much-acclaimed album I didn’t get where I am. As befits one of the UK’s much-loved acts, there is no end of Squeeze fans currently wearing their influences firmly on their sleeve, whether it be Mark Ronson, Kasabian, Supergrass, Lily Allen, The Feeling or Razorlight. With their fingerprints keenly felt throughout the fabric of popular music, it is only right that these songs, with their evergreen and popular sound, continue to be played and enjoyed live. And so since 2007, a newly reformed Squeeze have been slowly finding time to play a series of gigs and festival dates, preferring to reaffirm their abilities as a band rather than follow some of their peers who have come out in a blaze of publicity, only to be met with disappointment. The new Squeeze line-up, their most able yet, is completed by Simon Hanson, Stephen Large, Steve Smith, Melvin Duffy, Sean Hurley, and Owen Biddle and has become an instant favourite on the festival circuit, with appearances at V, Oxegen, T in the Park, Womad, Latitude, and Coachella to name a few. Squeeze’s contribution to music has been noted in 2010 with the site of their first gig being awarded a prestigious PRS For Music Heritage Plaque, which has so far commemorated the debuts of Blur and Dire Straits. It joins an ever-increasing list of Squeeze accolades alongside their recent Ivor Novello for Outstanding Contribution to British Music and their Nordoff-Robbins Icon Award and the Mojo Icon Award. Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook have survived everything over the years, from the ever-changing musical landscape to their own internal reshuffles and acrimonious breakups – still going strong and still loving every moment.
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Genres
New Wave, Post Punk, New Wave Alternative, 80s, Adult Contemporary, Alternative
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What fans are saying
Jack
5 / 5
Great show, they may have added some new members but they sounded just as good now as they did before.
The Tabernacle - GA Atlanta, GA
Sep 26, 2019
Martin
5 / 5
Great performance featuring all their greatest hits. Wonderful support from Dr. John Cooper Clark - a National Treasure.
Princess Theatre Torquay, United Kingdom
Nov 25, 2022
Jerry
5 / 5
Truly remarkable musicianship. This band is fun and the Academy is a great place to see a show.
Academy Of Music Theatre Northampton, MA
Feb 26, 2020
Jaclyn
5 / 5
ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE!! They blew me away!! Hands down the best show I’ve ever seen in my life 🙌🏻
Boch Center - Wang Theatre Boston, MA
Nov 02, 2023
Allen
5 / 5
Great show! They sounded as good as they did 30 years ago! Great acoustics in the Kennedy Center.
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Washington, DC
Aug 18, 2019
Bill
5 / 5
What an awesome show. The set list was fantastic and Glenn’s son, Louis was fantastic!
Chandler Center for the Arts Chandler, AZ
Sep 20, 2019
Monica
5 / 5
Chris and Glenn put on an excellent show! All the band are amazing musicians.
Stifel Theatre St Louis, MO
Sep 29, 2023
Heather
5 / 5
Such a great show. The band and the crowd were awesome! A true love fest!
Fox Theater Oakland, CA
Sep 23, 2019
Jeff
4 / 5
Love it! Glen Tilbrook was in fine voice and his guitar was great as usual.
Bellco Theatre Denver, CO
Sep 30, 2023
Anonymous
4 / 5
It was great but there were so many songs they left out!! Really enjoyed it!
Stone Pony Summer Stage Asbury Park, NJ
Sep 11, 2023
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Squeeze Tour Cities
Glasgow, United Kingdom Boston, MA Oakland, CA Austin, TX London, United Kingdom Aberdeen, United Kingdom Cambridge, United Kingdom Manchester, United Kingdom Bath, United Kingdom Brighton, United Kingdom Reading, PA Llandudno, United Kingdom Plymouth, United Kingdom Uncasville, CT Phoenix, AZ Pompano Beach, FL Leeds, United Kingdom Southend-On-Sea, United Kingdom Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom Vienna, VA Birmingham, United Kingdom Nottingham, United Kingdom York, United Kingdom Swansea, United Kingdom Reading, United Kingdom Dublin, Ireland Hull, United Kingdom Ipswich, United Kingdom Orlando, FL New York, NY Southampton, United Kingdom Bristol, United Kingdom Leicester, United Kingdom Halifax, United Kingdom Guildford, United Kingdom Edinburgh, United Kingdom Eastbourne, United Kingdom Blackburn, United Kingdom Stockton-on-Tees, United Kingdom Sheffield, United Kingdom Eugene, OR Atlantic City, NJ Redmond, WA Costa Mesa, CA Liverpool, United Kingdom Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom Houston, TX Shrewsbury, United Kingdom Cardiff, United Kingdom Folkestone, United Kingdom Irving, TX Los Angeles, CA Aylesbury, United Kingdom Cheshire West and Chester, United Kingdom

Frequently Asked Questions About Squeeze

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Squeeze on tour?

Yes, Squeeze is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Squeeze concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Squeeze tour is scheduled for 65 dates across 54 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Squeeze scheduled to play?

Squeeze is scheduled to play 65 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Squeeze tour start?

Squeeze’s tour starts Jun 02, 2024 and ends on Nov 22, 2024. They will play 54 cities; their most recent concert was held in Dublin at St Annes Park and their next upcoming concert will be in Boston at Boch Center - Wang Theatre.

What venues is Squeeze performing at?

As part of the Squeeze tour, Squeeze is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Jun 02 - Dublin, D @ St Annes Park
Jul 01 - London, ENG @ The O2
Jul 03 - Birmingham, West Midlands @ Utilita Arena Birmingham
Jul 05 - Nottingham, United Kingdom @ Motorpoint Arena
Jul 06 - Manchester, United Kingdom @ AO Arena
Jul 08 - Leeds, United Kingdom @ First Direct Arena
Jul 09 - Glasgow, United Kingdom @ OVO Hydro
Jul 13 - Shrewsbury, United Kingdom @ The Quarry
Aug 01 - Glasgow, United Kingdom @ Kelvingrove Bandstand
Aug 03 - Blackburn, United Kingdom @ King George's Hall
Aug 04 - Cheshire West And Chester, United Kingdom @ Capesthorne Hall
Aug 14 - Eugene, OR @ The Cuthbert Amphitheater
Aug 15 - Redmond, WA @ Marymoor Park
Aug 17 - Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater
Aug 18 - Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater
Aug 21 - Costa Mesa, CA @ The Pacific Amphitheatre
Aug 22 - Los Angeles, CA @ YouTube Theater
Aug 25 - Phoenix, AZ @ Celebrity Theatre
Aug 27 - Austin, TX @ Moody Amphitheater
Aug 28 - Irving, TX @ The Pavilion At Toyota Music Factory
Aug 29 - Houston, TX @ 713 Music Hall
Sep 10 - Vienna, VA @ Filene Center at Wolf Trap
Sep 11 - Reading, PA @ Santander Performing Arts Center
Sep 13 - Boston, MA @ Boch Center - Wang Theatre
Sep 14 - Atlantic City, NJ @ Tropicana Showroom
Sep 15 - Uncasville, CT @ Mohegan Sun Arena
Sep 17 - New York, NY @ Capital One City Parks Foundation SummerStage
Sep 21 - Pompano Beach, FL @ Pompano Beach Amphitheater
Sep 22 - Orlando, FL @ Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
Oct 04 - Sheffield, United Kingdom @ Sheffield City Hall
Oct 05 - Birmingham, United Kingdom @ Symphony Hall
Oct 06 - Birmingham, United Kingdom @ Symphony Hall
Oct 08 - Aberdeen, United Kingdom @ Aberdeen Music Hall
Oct 09 - Edinburgh, United Kingdom @ Usher Hall
Oct 11 - Glasgow, Scotland @ The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Oct 12 - Manchester, United Kingdom @ O2 Apollo Manchester
Oct 13 - Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom @ O2 City Hall Newcastle
Oct 15 - Stoke-on-trent, Staffordshire @ Regent Theatre
Oct 17 - Nottingham, United Kingdom @ Royal Concert Hall Notts
Oct 18 - York, North Yorkshire @ York Barbican
Oct 19 - Liverpool, United Kingdom @ M&S Bank Arena Liverpool
Oct 21 - Llandudno, United Kingdom @ Venue Cymru
Oct 22 - Leicester, UK @ De Montfort Hall
Oct 23 - Cambridge, United Kingdom @ Cambridge Corn Exchange
Oct 25 - Ipswich, United Kingdom @ Ipswich Regent Theatre
Oct 26 - Southend-on-sea, United Kingdom @ Cliffs Pavilion
Oct 27 - Southampton, Hampshire @ Mayflower Theatre
Oct 29 - Guildford, United Kingdom @ G Live Guildford
Oct 30 - Bristol, ENG @ Bristol Beacon
Nov 01 - Cardiff, WLS @ Utilita Arena Cardiff
Nov 02 - Brighton, United Kingdom @ The Brighton Centre
Nov 03 - Plymouth, United Kingdom @ Plymouth Pavilions
Nov 05 - Aylesbury, United Kingdom @ Aylesbury Waterside Theatre
Nov 07 - Reading, United Kingdom @ The Hexagon
Nov 08 - Swansea, United Kingdom @ Swansea Arena
Nov 09 - Eastbourne, England @ Congress Theatre
Nov 11 - London, United Kingdom @ Royal Albert Hall
Nov 13 - Bath, United Kingdom @ The Forum
Nov 14 - Hull, ENG @ Connexin Live
Nov 15 - Stockton-on-tees, England @ Stockton Globe
Nov 17 - Halifax, England @ Victoria Theatre
Nov 18 - Glasgow, Scotland @ The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Nov 20 - Southend-on-sea, United Kingdom @ Cliffs Pavilion
Nov 21 - Folkestone, United Kingdom @ Leas Cliff Hall
Nov 22 - London, United Kingdom @ Roundhouse
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