Following the announcement by Saxon that all their 2019 touring is being postponed until 2020, Diamond Head have announced that they have to reschedule some of their UK and European tour dates in order to coincide with the rescheduled Saxon dates.
“Firstly, we all wish Biff a speedy recovery from his heart operation.” Says guitarist/founder, Brian Tatler “It was a complete bolt out of the blue, however his health has to come first. So we send our best wishes to Biff, his family, and band mates”.
To coincide with the rescheduled Saxon shows, the band have moved the Swansea, UK and Bree Opitter, Belgium dates..
The rescheduled dates (announced so far) are as follows:
27 March: The Patti Pavilion, Swansea (Headline Show)
28 March: Eventim Apollo, London (Special Guest to Saxon)
29 March: o2 Apollo, Manchester (Special Guest to Saxon)
The new date for Dusseldorf, Mitsubishi Electric Halle, will be announced shortly.
The Headline show at Ragnarok, Breeopitter, Belgium will be rescheduled as soon as a suitable date is secured.
All other shows as guests of Black Star Riders, and of Uriah Heep, plus all festivals will go ahead as planned.
“The fan response to the release of our new album, The Coffin Train, has been nothing short of amazing,” finishes Tatler, “and we really do plan to tour as much of the world as we possibly can with it. So, we thank you for your patience with these rescheduled dates, and look forward to seeing you out on the road.”