News & Features 03 Oct, 2023



Declan McKenna is excited to announce details of a UK headline tour for 2024 in support of his forthcoming album, What Happened To The Beach?

 The new dates kick off on 23rd March at Cardiff University, concluding on 14th April at Bournemouth’s O2 Academy. The 14-date run also stops at London’s Alexandra Palace, Declan’s biggest headline show to date.

 A fan pre-sale goes on sale from 9am on Wednesday 11th October, and on general sale from 9am on Friday 13th October on gigsandtours. Fans pre-ordering the album via Declan’s own website will receive early access to UK tour tickets.

 The tour announcement follows news of Declan McKenna’s forthcoming third album, set for release on 9th February through Columbia Records, which was shared last month with a new single, “Nothing Works”.

What Happened To The Beach? Is the follow up to Declan’s acclaimed second album, Zeros, which debuted in the UK album chart at number 2.


Declan is currently out on a full headline tour of the US.

Tour dates: 

23rd March – Great Hall, Cardiff University

24th March – UEA, Norwich

25th March – O2 City Hall, Newcastle

27th March – O2 Academy, Glasgow

29th March – O2 Academy, Sheffield

1st April – Ulster Hall, Belfast

2nd April – 3Olympia Theatre, Dublin

5th April – O2 Apollo, Manchester

8th April – De Montfort Hall, Leicester

9th April – Beacon, Bristol

10th April – The Halls, Wolverhampton

12th April – Alexandra Palace, London

13th April – Brighton Centre, Brighton

14th April – O2 Academy, Bournemouth