The Monkees reunite for UK tour
Hey Hey... The Monkees are going back on tour!
The Monkees are reuniting for a 10-date tour 45 years after they first got together.
Original members Davy Jones, Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork have announced that they'll play a series of gigs in May, including the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Mike Nesmith, the fourth original member, will not be joining them.
Their biggest hit was I'm A Believer, which hit the number 1 spot in 1967 and was written by Neil Diamond.
Tickets go on sale on Friday 25th February 2011 at 9am. Prices vary depending on the venue but range from £35 to £110.
Full UK tour dates:
May 12th Liverpool Echo Arena
May 24th Manchester Apollo
May 15th Newcastle City Hall
May 16th Glasgow Clyde Auditorium
May 19th London Royal Albert Hall
May 20th Sheffield City Hall
May 21st Birmingham NIA Academy
May 23rd Plymouth Pavillions
May 24th Cardiff CIA
May 25th Nottingham Royal Centre
Are you excited about The Monkees reuniting? Leave a comment below.
(30/09/2011 02:33:20) |
Its good to see the Monkees back on the road. I missed them the last time they were here in the UK' sadly not the four' but they still sound great.
During their show the Monkees use every piece of the stage and give it 150%.
Good Luck To The Three of Them.
Keep on Rockin
|- Phil Black|
(26/04/2011 17:40:24) |
I AM GOING TO SEE THEM IN GLASGOW CANT WAIT LAST TIME I SAW THEM WAS OVER 20 YEARS AGO THERE MY BEST GROUP AND I AM ONLY 43
|- DONA GRIEVE|
(17/04/2011 17:26:27) |
Without,Nesmith,it's not the same
|- Dorrit Takach|
(15/04/2011 18:49:38) |
Hi I have been a fan of the Monkees since the beginning and am delighted that the guys have decided to tour together again. I have seen them perform as the original four, just three of them, just two and I have since solo shows. They always put on a goog performance no matter what. I am only going to two shows this time, which I am looking forward to loads. I know they will put on a lively performance for us. thanks.
(15/04/2011 01:45:46) |
I've been a fan since 1966. At the time I was only 8 years old. I 1st saw THE MONKEES live in 1986 for their 20th anniversary show in Albany, Georgia, USA. Went to Chicago in 1988 for Monkees Convention. Have tickets to see them in Clearwater, Florida, USA in June. This will be my 8th Monkees concert. Growing up on a farm in the south, I could only dream of being at a Monkees concert in the 60's. I feel blessed that I've meet all 4 down thru the years. Their music has always been a part of my life. I want to thank Davy, Micky & Peter for doing this for the true fans one more time. I hope that in the near future they will be inducted into the ROCK-N-ROLL HALL OF FAME IN CLEVELAND. I will not visit it until THE MONKEES ARE OFFICIALLY IN! These guys have never received the recognition they deserve. I wish THE MONKEES A SUCESSFUL TOUR IN THE UK & AMERICA!!
|- Steve Pearman|
(14/04/2011 09:51:33) |
Always loved their music. Forget that they didn't play or write early on; the music still sounds as "Fab" as ever on disc.Interesting that I don't like Neil Diamond's own records, but I love the writing contribution he made for The Monkees. Saw them at Portsmouth (In the 80s). C'mon Mike we know you're fabulously wealthy from correction-fluid and MTV, but rejoin the others, for our sakes if not yours.
|- Michael Green|
(11/04/2011 19:41:48) |
I've been a Monkees fan for a long time[I'm now 61] I saw them in 1967 at Wembley and 1997 in Bournemouth. There were 4 of them ,but now there's only 3. As far as i'm concerned the monkees are a foursome not a trio.So sorry. I can't get excited about this latest tour.I'll remember them how they used to be.
|- mike hampton|
(07/04/2011 13:54:29) |
its great to see the monkees back together again but it is a shame that one member will not be there still great to see them together again
|- john harrington|
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