Therapy? celebrate 30 years of ‘Troublegum’ with tour dates

Exactly thirty years to the day since the release of their iconic album, Troublegum, legendary Northern Irish rockers Therapy? will be hitting the road in November 2024 to delight UK fans with seven sensational shows.

The 7-date UK tour will see the acclaimed band visit Edinburgh, Nottingham, Norwich, Southampton, Manchester, Bristol and London.

Tickets go on sale on 9 February at 9am.

Released on 7 February 1994, Troublegum sold over a million copies worldwide, reaching No.5 in the UK album charts and spawning hits including “Nowhere”, “Screamager” and “Trigger Inside”.

The set list will feature Troublegum in its entirety, plus a host of other musical treats from around the same era of their recording career.

Commenting on the tour, frontman Andy Cairns said:

To mark the 30th anniversary of Troublegum we’ll be heading out on tour this year to celebrate with a set, but not just a perfunctory play through, this will be based on Therapy? of 1994 and featuring songs from that era.

When we started out in County Antrim in 1989 we could never have foreseen this beast of punk metal noise being such a landmark record. Come along and celebrate with us as we play banger after banger!

Therapy? are Andy Cairns (guitar, lead vocals), Michael McKeegan (bass, vocals) and Neil Cooper (drums).

Tickets go on sale on 9 February at 9am.

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Nov 2024 tour dates:

  • Fri 8 – Edinburgh, Liquid Room
  • Sat 9 – Nottingham, Rock City
  • Sun 10 – Norwich, Epic
  • Tues 12 – Southampton, The 1865
  • Thu 14 – Manchester, Academy
  • Fri 15 – Bristol, O2 Academy
  • Sat 16 – London, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire

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Header image by Gary Cooper

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