Now Jason Byrne pulls his autumn dates | Tour put back a year

Now Jason Byrne pulls his autumn dates

Tour put back a year

Jason Byrne has become the latest comedian to postpone his autumn tour.

He follows the likes of Milton Jones and Kae Kurd in delaying his 2020 shows, throwing more doubt on the likelihood of normality resuming to the comedy circuit soon. 

The fact Byrne’s shows usually involve pulling audience member on stage would make his brand of stand-up even harder to carry out while maintaining social distancing.

His  rescheduled dates now kick off in Norwich on  on  September 14,  2021 and culminate in Dunfermline on November 26. Click here for the dates.  

Byrne said: ‘I’m absolutely gutted that I’ve had to reschedule my  tour until next year. I was really looking forward to getting back on the road, but I’ll be back next year with all the fun. See you on the other side.’

Published: 3 Jul 2020

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