Uriah Heep have announced a number of UK dates in November to celebrate their 50th Anniversary promising performances to be remembered.

Guitarist Mick Box said in a statement “Who would have imagined back in 1970 that Uriah Heep would still be here celebrating their 50th Anniversary? It is an amazing feat especially as the band are still a vibrant force in the live arena and still producing albums like the latest one ‘Living the Dream’, that has been lauded by the fans and media alike as one of their best in their career.

“It is with great pride that we enter this 50th Anniversary with the same passion, desire and love of what we do, and long may it last. There are still horizons to conquer and new songs to write and perform, and it feels like the adventure has just begun.

“A big thank you has to go to the fans that have kept with us every inch of the way, and they just keep growing in numbers by the day. Feeling good, you bet I am! ‘Appy days! Mick URIAH HEEP”

With 25 studio albums, 21 official live albums and sales in excess of 45 million albums sold worldwide it is certainly a celebration to be part of.

Tickets go on sale Friday 28th February at 10:00 AM GMT.

UK Tour Dates
Sunday 1st November            Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall
Monday 2nd November           Gateshead, Sage
Tuesday 3rd November           Manchester, Bridgewater Hall
Wednesday 4th November       London, The Palladium
Friday 6th November               Birmingham, Symphony Hall
Saturday 7th November           Cardiff, St. David’s Hall

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