English rock’n’roll band The Quireboys will make a triumphant and welcome return to the States to finish what they started back in 2020. 

Here are the first ticket links to be announced:

05.04.22    BROOKLYN MONARCH    BROOKLYN,NY   https://bit.ly/3HYmLhL
05.05.22    ANGEL CITY MUSIC HALL    MANCHESTER, NH    https://bit.ly/366y7C6
05.06.22    VAULT MUSIC HALL    NEW BEDFORD, MA    https://bit.ly/3JCLzMm
05.07.22    ARTIE’S    FRENCHTOWN, NJ    https://bit.ly/3hYdDy2
05.08.22    M3 ROCK FESTIVAL    COLUMBIA, MD  https://bit.ly/3JEmzEP
05.10.22    DIAMOND MUSIC HALL    ST.PETERS MO    https://bit.ly/3MEnAPr
05.11.22    BILLIARDS CLUB    LOUISVILLE, KY    https://bit.ly/3t1kJsa
05.13.22    THE VENUE    DENVER, CO   https://bit.ly/3v32QKZ
05.14.22    LEATHERHEADS    DRAPER, UT   https://bit.ly/3LJJ64E
05.15.22    DIVE BAR   LAS VEGAS, NV    TBC
05.18.22    WHISKY A GO GO    W.HOLLYWOOD, CA   https://bit.ly/3oUvee4

Meet N Greet packages Here

The lads were in the throws of a stunning country-wide tour when the pandemic hit – and have been itching to get back ever since.  That time is now, and May 2022 sees the band – most famous for their hit album “A Bit Of What You Fancy” – embark on a fresh tour of the USA taking in New York, Denver, Las Vegas and many more cities across the country including a stop at the prestigious M3 Festival in Baltimore. The tour will reach a triumphant conclusion at the world-famous Whisky a Go Go in West Hollywood – and for the tour The Quireboys are joined by the amazing Midnight Devils and Steve Ramone.

In addition to tickets which will be available shortly, the band are available at most venues for meet and greets – follow the link below to reserve your spot!

Following the band’s inception in London, UK in 1984 – originally as The Choirboys, then The Queerboys, before settling on the less controversial name of The Quireboys – there followed 6 years of hard graft and personnel changes before the inevitable happened – a UK number 2 album.

Spike and Guy have been the backbone of THE quintessential British rock’n’roll band ever since – a journey that has seen them play to 72,000 at 1990’s Monsters of Rock at Donington with the likes of Whitesnake, Aerosmith and Poison – supporting The Rolling Stones that same year, and joining Guns N’ Roses again a couple of years later on their “Use Your Illusion” tour.