Courteeners come to King George’s Hall for 15-year celebration tour

Published Wednesday 25 August 2021 at 15:00

Indie-rockers The Courteeners celebrate a decade and a half of gigging this November with a series of UK live dates, stopping at Blackburn landmark King George’s Hall for an unmissable night.

‘The Whites of Their Eyes’ Tour marks fifteen years since the band played their first ever live show at Manchester Roadhouse.

Since then, the group have played numerous festivals and tours worldwide, becoming a global staple of the Manchester music scene.

Courteeners will return to King George’s Hall on Monday 22nd November 2021, with tickets expected to sell out quickly.

Tickets go on sale Friday 27th August at 9am via and – don’t miss the chance to grab yours.

Courteeners’ frontman Liam Fray said:

So in 2006, Taylor Swift arrived on the scene, Gnarls Barkley was ‘Crazy’, Guy Goma accidentally introduced himself to the world… and so did we. We played our first gig at Manchester Roadhouse in October, 15 years ago. What a night to remember. I wish we actually could. Anyways, we thought we’d sort some very special shows to mark this momentous occasion so, we give you… ‘The Whites of Their Eyes’Tour. You’ll be able to see ours and we’ll be able to see yours. We’ve missed them X’

Blackburn is looking forward to welcoming back the band and seeing our streets filled with music lovers and gig goers once again!

To see what other shows are also on at King George’s Hall this year, visit They have an incredible line-up to enjoy now restrictions have eased.

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