Tickets for the Hurricane Of Change Tour are on sale now with extra dates added due to public demand in Carlise at The Brickyard on October 10th. (Ticket links for all shows below).
03.10.19 ABERDARE Coliseum Tickets
04.10.19 FLEET The Harlington SOLD OUT
05.10.19 COLCHESTER Arts Centre Tickets
10.10.19 CARLISLE Brickyard Tickets Tickets
11.10.19 HOLMFIRTH Picturedrome Tickets
12.10.19 SELBY Town Hall SOLD OUT
18.10.19 CRICKHOWELL Clarence Hall Tickets
19.10.19 CRICKHOWELL Clarence Hall SOLD OUT
23.10.19 BROMSGROVE Artrix Tickets
24.10.19 SWINDON Arts Centre Tickets
25.10.19 KINGSKERSWELL Church SOLD OUT
26.10.19 NEWBURY Arlington Arts Tickets
31.10.19 TRING The Court Theatre Tickets
01.11.19 NEWBRIDGE Memo Tickets
02.11.19 PORTSMOUTH Wedgewood Rooms Tickets
03.11.19 SHREWSBURY Theatre Severn SOLD OUT
08.11.19 DERBY The Venue Tickets
09.11.19 DARWEN Library Theatre Tickets
14.11.19 BURY The Met Tickets
15.11.19 GATESHEAD The Sage Theatre Tickets
19.11.19 LIVERPOOL Epstein Theatre Tickets
20.11.19 LEEDS Brudenell Tickets
21.11.19 EDINBURGH The Caves Tickets
22.11.19 ABERDEEN The Lemon Tree Tickets
23.11.19 PERTH Joan Knight Studio at Perth Concert Hall Tickets
29.11.19 STOWMARKET John Peel Centre SOLD OUT
30.11.19 RETFORD St. Saviours Church Tickets
Beginning on October 3rd 2019, The Alarm lead singer and songwriter Mike Peters, will present The Alarm – Hurricane of Change 30th Anniversary Acoustic Tour throughout the UK, performing in many British towns that have never featured on previous tour itineraries!
The tour will honour The Alarm’s late 1980’s trilogy of iconic album’s ‘Eye Of The Hurricane’, ‘Electric Folklore’ and ‘Change’, and will feature intimate acoustic arrangements of some of The Alarm’s most famous songs such as Rain In The Summertime (1987 – International Top 20 Hit), Sold Me Down The River (1989 – Number 1 Rock Song in the USA) and A New South Wales (1990 UK Top 40), alongside a host of Alarm standards as captured on the 1988 live album ‘Electric Folklore’ including ‘Spirit Of ’76’ and ‘Blaze Of Glory’.
“This tour presents a great opportunity to share The Alarm’s music in some new towns and many great new venues across the UK”, says Mike Peters. “The Alarm have always had a tremendous rapport with people from all over Britain, and this time I’ll be making the journey to some of those places whose people normally have to travel to hear our music. Along the way I’m looking forward to playing in all kinds of auditoriums from theatres to churches, arts centres to music studios. I can’t wait.”
30 years ago, as Mike Peters undertook a creative song-writing journey through the heart of his home country – Wales and across the UK, the Berlin Wall would fall and Europe itself, would plunge into a period of enormous and seismic change. Caught in the middle of this political maelstrom, Mike Peters and the Alarm recorded the albums ‘Eye of The Hurricane’ (1987), Electric Folklore (1988), and ‘Change’ (1989), each of which would, in their own way, capture the essence of these most turbulent times.
The Hurricane of Change tour will be performed solo with a first set dedicated to ‘Eye Of The Hurricane’ followed by a second performance of songs from the ‘Change’ album then a third set featuring music from The Alarm’s classic live recording ‘Electric Folklore”.
“I have always seen these three albums as an Alarm trilogy”, says Mike Peters. “A lot happened to the band and the world, during the writing and recording sessions from 1987-1990. As one decade bled into another, the themes of response and resolve to contend with uncertain times are running through the core of each and every album. Played together these songs tell their own story, and with the tumultuous times Europe and the World can expect to face in the coming months and years, are still as relevant today as when they were first written.”