As highlighted in our press release yesterday, part of the funds raised from our new pre-order will be used to help us to tour more extensively next year. So then...we already have South America and North America in the pipeline for 2016 (dates will be announced soon), but where else should we come and play? Looking forward to reading your suggestions..... ... See moreSee less
Brian ReynoldsOh God, all you people from the British isles, hop in a car, drive a few hundred kms and go see them.... How about us poor folks in Australia?2 days ago · 24
Ser ServigescomCome on to Chile ...again , see you soon great band2 days ago · 1
Graham JohnsonCornwall please. More specific than that would be Falmouth. Even more specific would be my back garden. Plenty of beer and crisps. Let me know coz I'll have to move the rotary line 😉2 days ago · 16
Carmen Julia QuinteroIf you are coming to this side of the world to play South and North America, why don't you take a small detour to Grand Cayman so you can unwind, relax and recharge batteries for the next leg of the Tour? (Just saying!)2 days ago · 3
Dave BrackenOk, you asked. I first saw Marillion in Dec 1982 in Nottingham Rock City and have seen them on almost ever tour bar one in the mid 90's for a shed load of years. I slept outside gig venues in the 80's in order to get a front row ticket much to the confusion of both my mum (when I didn't get home that night) and the Police (who were rather confused about the concept of a person sleeping bag outside a gig venue) and have travelled around the UK watching the band on numerous tours. My suggestion is simple one, please play a gig in the nearest city to me.
Ok, I now live near Christchurch in New Zealand. I appreciate it's a tad off the beaten track but there is a good live music scene here, not as much as one would hope but ... How's about an acoustic tour of NZ? It's not that far from South America, well, ok, at least it's in the same hemisphere. Tell ya what, if you play Christchurch you can stay at my house and we'll sleep in tents in the garden (I'm clearly yet to pitch this to the rest of the family but not expecting any objections) and we'll drive ya to and from the gig venue. So, has any promoter suggested that so far? "No", didn't think so, so there ya are, as a good Mancunian would say "sorted".1 day ago
Alan KerriganDublin please ! Have you forgotten all about us? It's been a while!2 days ago · 7
Jeff WillisonWow I have been a loyal fan for over 35 years and attended only one concert for the Childhood tour in Los Angeles..please come back hete again on a Saturday or Sunday and I am there to see you once again.2 days ago
John SandersMay not be quite as exotic as some of the suggestions but Nottingham or Derby please! 😊2 days ago
Julian SteelWould be great to see you back at the LCR at UEA Norwich. Just been refurbished. The Brave tour was a fantastic evening I will never forget.2 days ago · 1
Tobbe LindqvistPeo Svärdhed - Vad tror du, skulle Flygeln eller Värmekyrkan kunna passa?
In Norrköping, Sweden, there are two venues that's brilliant "Flygeln" and "Värmekyrkan", www.louisdegeer.se.
Why not skip the regular club gigs in Stockholm and/or Malmoe and set up a proper show in one of these, real music venues situated in old industrial buildings with excellent sound.
Capacity approx. 1500 people.2 days ago · 5
Neil DeRosaIf you come to Boston, not The Paradise rock club! Although it was amazing seeing you for the first time when you came a few years go, the club is a nightmare.
A new venue opened in Cambridge called The Sinclair. Work looking into!
Can't wait till you come back to North America! :) <32 days ago
Richard AllenWhile in North America, consider the southeast. Atlanta gave you a resounding welcome last time. Unfortunately the last time was Seasons End!2 days ago · 1
Kevin Andrew SilverWe would like to invite you to South Africa....We had the 80s 90s and 2000s here TOO...come on guys....rock this democratic rainbow nation soon!!!!2 days ago
Gary PageDe La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill, East Sussex is a great venue. In the last few years Suede, John Grant, Band of Horses, The Decemberists and many more have played there. A really great South Coast alternative to Brighton2 days ago · 1