Erasure announce Edinburgh gig next year as part of wider UK tour

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Chart-topping duo will perform their just-released new album, The Neon, at Usher Hall in 2021.

Electro-pop legends Erasure have announced a UK and Ireland tour for 2021 – including a visit to Edinburgh’s Usher Hall.

The synthpop duo, consisting of singer and songwriter Andy Bell and songwriter and keyboardist Vince Clarke, kick off the run of shows at the Armadillo in Glasgow on October 1, 2021, and will visit the Scottish capital on October 6, 2021.

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The tour will see Erasure bring 18th studio album, The Neon, to venues across the UK and Ireland for the first time.

Electro-pop duo Erasure.Electro-pop duo Erasure.
Electro-pop duo Erasure.

The enduring BRIT and Ivor Novello winning pop duo have released a staggering number of albums, including five UK Number 1’s and 17 top 10 singles.

Erasure's biggest hits include Oh L'amour, Sometimes, Victim of Love, Ship of Fools, Chains of Love and A Little Respect.

Lead singer Andy Bell said: “We’re so excited to be able to – at last – announce dates for The Neon Tour!

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“We’d hoped to have seen you sooner, but can’t wait to see you all in 2021. Until then, keep safe!.”

Erasure will return to Edinburgh next year as part of a UK and Ireland tour.Erasure will return to Edinburgh next year as part of a UK and Ireland tour.
Erasure will return to Edinburgh next year as part of a UK and Ireland tour.

Tickets for these unmissable dates are on sale at 10am on Friday, September 4, with an exclusive fan pre-sale from 10am on Tuesday, September 1 (access via qualifying purchase from Lexer and Mute Bank)


1 Oct 21 - Glasgow, Armadillo

4 Oct 21 - Dublin, 3Arena

6 Oct 21 - Edinburgh, Usher Hall

10 Oct 21 - Manchester, O2 Apollo

12 Oct 21 - Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena

14 Oct 21 - Bournemouth, International Centre

16 Oct 21 - Birmingham, Utilita Arena

17 Oct 21 - London, The O2

18 Oct 21 - Brighton, Centre

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