Counting Crows have been forced to postpone their forthcoming Irish and UK Tour due to unexpected personal and work commitments in the USA. Tour Dates have been re-scheduled as below and all tickets are valid for the new dates.

Official comment from the band: “We are really so sorry that due to a variety of circumstances we have had to postpone our dates in December and disappoint all our Irish and British fans. However, we have re-scheduled our tour and look forward to seeing you all in May 2009. It’s great that Wembley Arena is sold out and as a bonus we are adding a Brixton Academy show for an even more close up and personal Counting Crows intimate London show. We’re planning some really special Irish and UK shows and look forward to seeing everyone.”

Counting Crows were the first band in the O2 Wireless Festival’s 4-year history to perform in front of a sell-out crowd in London’s Hyde Park.

Counting Crows are a global phenomenon with a host of multiple platinum albums and Top 10 chart placings worldwide. Counting Crows have been a huge presence in the music world; from initial hit single Mr.Jones to 2005’s Accidentally In Love from the Shrek 2 soundtrack which saw the Californian band perform at the Academy Awards. New album Saturday Nights and Sunday Mornings released on March 24th saw the band split their musical personality with the rock Saturday Nights produced by Gil Norton (of Pixies and Foo Fighters fame) whilst the more acoustic Sunday Mornings portion sees Brian Deck (Modest Mouse, Iron and Wine) at the desk.

04 – Rotterdam Ahoy
07 – Belfast, Odyssey arena
08 – Dublin, The o2
10 – Glasgow se+cc hall 4
11 – Manchester MENA
13 – Birmingham NIA
14 – London Wembley arena
16 – Cardiff arena
18 – Bournemouth BIC
19 – Nottingham Royal centre
21 – Brixton academy
22- Brixton academy option
24 – Brighton Centre
26 – Sheffield academy
27 – Newcastle academy

Tickets are still valid for the new dates.
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