The Hollies - The Road is Long Tour
A message from The Hollies
Our heartfelt thanks go out to each and every one of you for your patience throughout this period of uncertainty whilst we have tried to rearrange The Hollies’ Sage Gateshead show.
As you know, our Spring tour was cancelled as theatres across the UK were closed on the instructions of the Government because of the Covid-19 virus.
This has led to unbelievable pressures and demands on both theatres and artists alike to find alternative dates for the many thousands of shows that have been cancelled.
Unfortunately, despite a lot of hard work by both the venue and The Hollies, it is with much regret that we have not been able to find a mutually suitable date for a rescheduled concert at the present time.
We hope to be back in Gateshead as soon as possible.
Sage Gateshead will be in touch with you in due course to arrange a refund of your tickets.
Because of the unprecedented demand and the shortage of staff, please allow them some time to make contact.
Above all, please stay well.
The Hollies are one of Britain’s best-loved bands. Their soaring, distinctive harmonies, brilliantly crafted songs coupled with The Hollies extensive back catalogue of memorable hits has ensured the longevity of one of the greatest groups to emerge from the early 1960’s British Rock revolution – a time when British Music began to shake the world.
The band have produced some of the best-loved songs: The Air That I Breathe, American number one: Long Cool Woman (In A Black Dress), Bus Stop, I’m Alive, Carrie Anne, the soul-stirring He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother… the list goes on.
The Hollies take great pride in presenting their theatre tours. No support act is needed as their stage performance can last for over two hours. Concert dates in the UK. Scandinavia, Europe, Australia and New Zealand take place on a regular basis. They have never disbanded and have toured Britain and the world every single year since 1963
Hollies were inducted into the American Rock ‘n‘ Roll Hall of Fame in 2010 for their ‘Impact on the Evolution, Development and Perpetuation of Rock and Roll’ and hold the coveted Ivor Novello Award for ‘Outstanding contribution the British Music’