Only The Poets reschedule Southampton date & offer low price tickets to make music accessible

Only The Poets reschedule Southampton date & offer low price tickets to make music accessible

By Sally Churchward.

One of the hottest British bands of the moment, Only The Poets (OTP) have announced their rescheduled date at Southampton’s Engine Rooms. The band were set to play the venue on June 13, but had to reschedule a number of their dates having been given the opportunity to support Yungblud in Europe.

They will now be at the Southampton venue on August 29 – all tickets for the previous date are valid and refunds are available to those who can’t make it, but while a number of venues on the tour have already sold out, tickets are still available for the Southampton date.

OTP release their new EP, One More Night, on May 31. It features new single All This Time, Gone By Now and more alongside the title track. The band have a string of singles, including the catchy JUMP!, earworm Nana’s House and the emotional Waking in the Dark.

The band is known for their close relationship with their fans and on this tour they are striving to help make live music accessible, offering reduced price and free tickets to those on low income through an application process. The offer is set to be rolled out across their

Their UK tour kicks off in June, for three dates, before resuming in August, with the final date bringing the band to Southampton. This follow a massive run of 22 European shows. Unsigned until the beginning of last year, the band, who originate in Reading, have built up a huge following across the UK and mainland Europe with extensive following. They were last seen in Southampton in autumn, at The Joiners.

For more information about the tour, EP and low income tickets, visit the OTP website.

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