Sheffield O2 Academy 2021 date for pop band The Vamps

Pop-rock band The Vamps have just announced a 2021 tour that comes to Sheffield O2 Academy on April 28.

Tuesday, 29th September 2020, 11:10 am
The Vamps, who are promoting new album Cherry Blossom with a 2021 tour which is coming to Sheffield next April

The shows will see The Vamps perform songs from their upcoming album Cherry Blossom, due for release on October 16, alongside a selection of their greatest hits.

Fans can get access to pre-sale tickets for the tour by pre-ordering Cherry Blossom from TheVamps.lnk.to/UKSt0re before 9am on Monday (October 5).

General tickets go on sale on Thursday, October 8 from aegpresents.co.uk/thevamps, ticketmaster.co.uk and axs.com.

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The Vamps have chosen to partner with Help Refugees/Choose Love and 10% of the profits from VIP ticket sales will go to the organisation.

In July The Vamps returned to the music scene with the single Married In Vegas, as they moved away from the boyband territory where they started to becoming a fully-fledged pop band.

Having been on the treadmill of album, tour, album-recorded-on-tour, another tour, they fell back into the old routine and wrote half an album quickly 18 months ago.

Some proper time off was needed however, so they indulged in that rare thing of space away from the band.

Then, last summer, unhappy with the results of those early sessions, they booked some AirBnbs and just hung out and started jamming.“We ended scrapping all of the first batch of songs and starting again,” James McVey said.

This time gave the band the space to meticulously plan exactly what they wanted the album to be and what they wanted to say.

The title Cherry Blossom is a reflection of the theme of rebirth that runs throughout the album, say the band.

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