Robert Plant will tour the UK with Saving Grace in 2024

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Robert Plant announced a new UK tour with Saving Grace, the band he has been performing with since 2019.

Starting in March, the band will perform across the UK before the “Never Ending Spring” tour ends in July.

It’s likely that Plant will play US shows with Alison Krauss later this year after he announced last year that they would return to playing live together in 2024.

All upcoming Saving Grace tour dates are listed below:

  • March 13 – Bristol
  • March 14 – Ipswich
  • March 17 – London
  • March 18 – Tunbridge Wells
  • March 20 – Peterborough
  • March 21 – Nottingham
  • March 23 – Hastings
  • March 24 – London (Previously announced Teenage Cancer Trust show)
  • March 26 – Liverpool
  • March 27 – Sheffield
  • March 29 – Blackburn
  • April 30 – Harrogate
  • May 1 – Stockton
  • May 3 – Coventry
  • May 4 – Cheltenham Jazz Festival
  • July 23 – Southend
  • July 24 – Woking

Tickets for the shows will go on sale at 10am UK time on January 19. The announcement of the tour was made through Plant’s official social media pages and through his website.

The confirmation of further Saving Grace live performances ends a rumour that the band had ended caused by some comments Plant made on stage last year.

There is still no word of the release of Saving Grace’s debut album. The band has been in the recording studio and one track titled “As I Roved Out” was released in August for fans who bought tickets for the band’s November tour of the UK. In 2022, Plant even confirmed on stage that Saving Grace had been recording an album.

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6 Comments on "Robert Plant will tour the UK with Saving Grace in 2024"

  1. Not a UK Tour. An England Tour only unfortunately

  2. He’s left a gap in June,first half of July to resume things with Alison Krauss.

  3. Come on Robert! No dates for Birmingham??? You are a Midlander and have lots of followers in this area, you could have given your fans from here a couple of dates.x

  4. Come on Rob / Alison ,nothing in Birmingham? That is a slap in the face for your loyal Midlands fans. Gives the impression you don’t give a monkeys about your roots. 🙁

  5. Pity not playing in wolves being a supporter hopefully you will cheers.

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