Status Quo – Aquostic Live 2015
Updated: 2 December 2014
Status Quo will take their acoustic album, Aquotsic (Stripped Bare), on the road in April 2015.
The five-date tour will see the group perform entirely acoustic shows in Glasgow, Sheffield, Wolverhampton, Portsmouth and London.
The tour will be a new experience for both Status Quo and fans as they will play their biggest hits acoustically with the addition of a string section, female backing singers and extra musicians.
The series of Status Quo concerts are in support of their latest album release, Aquotsic (Stripped Bare). The acoustic collection was a huge success becoming their highest-charting album in 18 years.
Status Quo - Francis Rossi, John ‘Rhino’ Edwards, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown and Leon Cave – will be supported by Terry & Gerry on their April 2015 tour.
Status Quo to play Roundhouse
Updated: 24 September 2014
Status Quo have announced a show at London’s Roundhouse ahead of their UK tour. The Camden gig will take place on 22 October.
Status Quo will then head back on stage in December when they embark on an 11-date tour which will see them playing old and new hits. Get ready to hear What You Want, Bye Bye Johnny, Slow Train and Rain with Status Quo tickets now available.
Status Quo UK December tour
Updated: 24 March 2014
Status Quo will tour the UK in December 2014 where they will take over arenas up and down the country.
The tour, Status Quo Live In Concert, will see Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andy Bown, John ‘Rhino’ Edwards and Leon Cave perform a mixture of their old and new hits from their extensive back catalogue.
Status Quo Live In Concert will be supported by the popular duo Chas & Dave whose hits include Rabbit and Snooker Loopy.
The tour starts in Liverpool on 6 December with further dates in Glasgow, Newcastle, Leeds, Nottingham, Birmingham, Plymouth, Cardiff, Bournemouth, London and Brighton.
Status Quo March/April tour 2014
Updated: 28 February 2014
Status quo will now perform several gigs around the UK in March and April 2014, following the band’s successful 2013 December tour.
Starting with three dates at the Hammersmith Apollo in London on 28, 29 and 31 March, Status Quo will then perform in Wolverhampton, Manchester, Glasgow and Dublin. They will also play British festivals including Download festival 2014 where they will headline the Zippo Encore Stage on Saturday 14 June 2014.
About Status Quo
Status Quo formed in 1967 and after a series of line-up and name changes their big break came when they signed to Vertigo. They released the album Piledriver in 1972, which became their seminal album.
They went on to land over 60 chart hits in the UK, which is more than any other rock group in history, and received a BRIT Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music.