Squeeze have lined up an extensive headline UK tour for October and November 2022. The ‘Food For Thought’ Tour opens at Cambridge Corn Exchange on Friday, 28 October and visits venues across England, Scotland and Wales before culminating at Southend Cliffs Pavilion on Wednesday, 30 November.
The 22-date tour will see Squeeze perform some of their biggest hits alongside rare gems from their distinguished back catalog. Squeeze will be joined by very special guest, legendary performance poet Dr John Cooper Clarke, at all dates except London Eventim Apollo.
Since their inception almost 50 years ago, Squeeze have released 15 studio albums and they’ve scored a series of blockbuster smash hits including “Cool for Cats”, “Up the Junction” and “Labelled With Love.”
Over the last few years Squeeze have been touring extensively, most recently in the USA with Daryl Hall and John Oates and with Madness on their UK arena tour.
The band’s 2022 tour will once again support The Trussell Trust, who provide emergency food to people locked in poverty and campaign for change to end the need for food banks in the future.
Attendees on the tour are asked to bring along food donations to the shows where there will be collection points across the venue each night.
Squeeze’s ‘Food For Thought’ UK Tour dates:
October 28: Cambridge Corn Exchange
October 29: Oxford New Theatre
October 31: Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
November 1: Newcastle O2 City Hall
November 2: Harrogate Convention Centre
November 4: Sheffield City Hall
November 5: Manchester O2 Apollo
November 7: Liverpool Philharmonic
November 9: Edinburgh Usher Hall
November 11: Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
November 12: Birmingham Symphony Hall
November 15: Llandudno Venue Cymru
November 17: Swansea Arena
November 18: Cardiff St David’s Hall
November 19: London Eventim Apollo
November 21: Southampton O2 Guildhall
November 22: Bath Forum
November 23: Torquay Princess Theatre
November 26: Brighton Centre
November 27: Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre
November 29: Guildford G Live
November 30: Southend Cliffs Pavilion.