Blue October play o2 Institute 22nd February

Blue October play o2 Institute 22nd February

It has been a while but Blue October are returning to Birmingham later this month.  The Platinum-selling Texas-based band, are happy to announce that they will be joined by acoustic Indie-Pop favourites CocCo and the Butterfields when they return to the UK.

As part of a seven city run across the country in support of their recently released ninth studio album I Hope You’re Happy’ [via Absolute and Up/Down-Brando Records].  In the US, the album debuted #7 on the Billboard Album sales chart, whilst the title track peaked at #14 on the Alternative Singles chart. The band toured the UK to a rapturous reception in 2018 with dates including a triumphant O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire and cannot wait to return.


Fri 15 Feb – Oxford – O2 Academy
Sat 16 Feb – Manchester – O2 Ritz
Sun 17 Feb – Bristol – O2 Academy
Tue 19 Feb – Brighton – Concorde 2
Thu 21 Feb – Glasgow – Garage
Fri 22 Feb – Birmingham – O2 Institute
Sat 23 Feb – London – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire

Photo: Chris Barber supplied courtesy of PR

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