Nine Below Zero have earned themselves the reputation of being one of the best Blues bands around today and this tour will not disappoint. Back in the late 70s and early 80s, when the mod revival was at its height, Nine Below Zero offered an R&B antidote to the punk-pop of the mainstream. In 2019 you can expect a fearsome, supercharged set from start to finish.
'Are We There Yet?' the 40th Anniversary Tour is set to be a celebration of all things Nine Below Zero from the adrenaline rush of 'Doghouse' through to the soulful stomp of 'Don't Play That Song' and new live favourites like 'Ter Wit Ter Woo'. Click on the tour itinerary below to expand the image.
All tickets for 'Are We there yet?' 40th Anniversary Tour 1979-2019 are available here.
The band are looking forward to returning to The Mick Jagger Centre this Autumn to kick off their headline jaunt after recently having played a storming show there as part of From The Jam's 'All Mod Cons' tour. The tour itinerary is a mixture of familiar venues from recent tours, places not visited for a while and even some locations that will be new to band and fans alike.
Support for the duration of the tour will be provided by Charlie Austen as heard on 'Don't Play That Song (You Lied)' who not only has been touring and recording with the band since 2016 but is an accomplished singer-songwriter in her own right.
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All tickets can be purchased here and we look forward to seeing you at the shows!