I’m sure it comes as no surprise, but I’m still incredibly disappointed to let you know because of the government advice requiring all venues to close to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, my ‘A Day Will Come’ tour has been postponed to May 2021.
I and all my fellow band members were really looking forward to sharing the huge variety of joyful tunes I’d gathered and adapted from all 27 EU Member States with you, but sadly we’re now going to have to wait to join together in celebration of this diverse and dynamic music and beautiful poetry.
I have already managed to re-arrange nearly all of the dates and have added them to the ‘Live’ section on my website. Some are available to book already, others will come online in due course.
If you have already bought tickets for the tour – thank you! Your chosen venue will be in touch very soon with details about transferring or refunding your tickets.
And so for now, even though the tour has been postponed, you can still enjoy the tunes when the album is released on 8 May, it’s already available to pre-order here. If you plan to buy the album at any point, I would really appreciate your pre-order. And when you do pre-order, you’ll be able to stream and share the first track – Latvia/Belgium Jautrais krodziņš”/ Maasland jig – so get ahead of the game.
All the very best to you and yours, keep safe and well and I’ll be in touch very soon with more news.