How to book tickets for Vamps tour, as latest album is about to launch
Tickets go on sale this month for the Vamps’ new 2021 Cherry Blossom Tour for 2021, as their new album is about to be released.
Cherry Blossom is out on October 16, and the band will perform tracks from it at next year's gigs, along with some of their greatest hits.
Fans can access pre-sale tickets for the tour by pre-ordering the album on any format from https://TheVamps.lnk.to/UKStore UK official store.
Orders must be placed before 9am on October 5 to be eligible for pre-sale access.
General tickets go on sale October 8 from 4pm with The Vamps Fan Pre-sale (via AXS) October 6 at 10am, O2 Priority Pre-sale (all but London and Manchester) on October 7 from 10am, AEG Presale (via AXS) – October 8 at 10am.
Tickets will be available from aegpresents.co.uk/thevamps, ticketmaster.co.uk, and axs.com.VIP Tickets are only available at www.axs.com and they include: concert ticket, early entry, access to soundcheck where extra songs are performed, pre-show Q and A with The Vamps, and tour laminate.
The new 2021 tour dates are ...
Monday April 26 O2 Academy BournemouthWednesday April 28 O2 Academy SheffieldThursday April 29 O2 Academy LeedsSaturday May 1 O2 Academy NewcastleSunday May 2 O2 Academy GlasgowTuesday May 4 Academy ManchesterWednesday May 5 O2 Academy LiverpoolFriday May 7 O2 Academy BirminghamSunday May 9 Eventim Apollo London
More tour dates will be added next year.
In July this year The Vamps returned to the music scene with the single Married In Vegas, A-Listed on BBC Radio 2.The track heralds a new era for the band ...'the rebirth of The Vamps'.
Members Brad, Connor, Tristan and James have written their most personal and fully-formed album to date in Cherry Blossom.
Since their platinum-selling debut album, Meet The Vamps, crashed into the UK charts at number two in 2014, the band have been holding on to a giddy rush of albums [four in total, including 2017 chart-topping Night and Day (Night Edition), featuring the Matoma-assisted global smash All Night, singles (eight Top 40 hits including five top tens), and world tours.
They are the first band to headline London’s O2 Arena for five years in a row.
On Cherry Blossom, the musicality that was occasionally lost in frantic release schedules, world tours and award shows has been given, literally, time to blossom.
“We’d be lying if we said we didn’t want it to go out into the world and be received positively,” said Brad of the album.
“But ultimately we love it so much, and that feeling of self-fulfilment is so exciting. These are songs that really touch on parts of our lives.”
“The songs mean that little bit more.”
The Vamps are to partner with Help Refugees/Choose Love with ten per cent of the profits from VIP ticket sales to go to the organisation.
Help Refugees started as a mere hashtag. Devastated by images of thousands of families arriving on European shores to be met with barbed wire, borders and batons, a group of friends used #helprefugees to organise a van of donations in 2015.
Within a week, they had raised £56,000 and were soon receiving 7,000 items each day. Fast forward four years and they have reached over one million displaced people, worked with over 35,000 volunteers and currently support over 120 projects across Europe, the Middle East and the US-Mexico border. Choose Love is a huge movement of people who believe in a better world.