The Orb have announced rescheduled tour dates for June 2022.
The ‘You Can’t Fit No Sense Where There’s None’ tour was meant to happen this year but has now been pushed back.
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The Orb, currently made up of Alex Paterson and Michael Rendall, will be joined by Roger Eno and Jah Wobble for their performances.
A new London tour date has also been added at the Forum on June 25 2022. Tickets for that show will go on sale on March 29 at 10am.
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Mad Professor will be in the support slot for all shows as well as Don Letts, who will be supporting all shows except the London date.
Visuals will also be provided by Deep Visual and Holotronica.
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The Orb, began by Paterson in 1988, now consists of a rotating cast of members for live performances. Last year, he released his seventeenth studio album ‘The Abolition of the Royal Familia’.
See below for a full list of tour dates.
17 MANCHESTER O2 RITZ
18 LEEDS STYLUS
19 GLASGOW SWG3 GALVANISERS
21 NEWCASTLE BOILER SHOP
22 BIRMINGHAM O2 INSTITUTE
23 BRISTOL SWX
25 LONDON FORUM
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