If ever there’s a performer who has more than a few stories to tell, it’s legendary Status Quo lead singer & guitarist Francis Rossi. We’ve worked with the band on a few occasions over the years, and were fortunate to go to their rehearsal room at their local pub. Trust us when we say, Francis can talk the hind legs off the proverbial. He is so damn entertaining though and you really don’t want to miss out on this evening with Francis.
Every postponed date from Francis Rossi’s ‘I Talk Too Much Tour’ has now been rescheduled. And all of your tickets for the 2020 shows remain valid for the 2021 shows. So make sure you hang on to those tickets.
Those who have meet’n’greet packages, VIP packages and standard tickets can look forward to seeing the show in their local venues in spring 2021, when we all hope that the threat of Covid-19 has passed.
Francis was one of the first British entertainers to postpone his tour – making the decision before the Government asked people to avoid visiting theatres. He did so to avoid the risk to fans – and is now looking forward to repaying their faith in him by touring next year and meeting thousands of fans across the UK.
“It was a tough decision to postpone the tour, but the health and welfare of our fans was the top priority. We’ve worked very quickly to reschedule the dates – making sure that has been done within 48 hours.”
“So the message now is simple: fans can hold onto their tickets and we can all catch up and have a good time in spring next year. It’s not too long to wait – and I’d rather be meeting fans when it’s safe to do so for everyone. See you on the road. It won’t be long. Stay safe.”
Francis will share the extraordinary secrets of his 50-plus years in Rock’n’Roll when he takes to the stage for this intimate evening of chat and music. Just remember what he’s achieved over that time, and continues to do today. Status Quo of course, famously opened ‘Live Aid’ back in the day. Just in case you’ve forgotten that iconic moment, here it is here. LIVE AID.
In FRANCIS ROSSI: I TALK TOO MUCH, the founder, lead singer and guitarist of Status Quo will talk about his mishaps and adventures of life on the road with one of the biggest and most loved bands ever. We’re sure he’ll talk about his latest album with Hannah Rickard, it’s really good. Have a preview of the songs here. WE TALK
Francis is a true member of British Rock Royalty. Apart from Live Aid, there are tales of surviving the obligatory brush with alcohol and drugs. The OBE he was awarded in 2010. His BRIT award for Outstanding Contribution to Music. And don’t forget, Status Quo have sold more than 120 million records globally. Should we have a little reminder…..
- IN THE ARMY NOW
- HYDE PARK – 15th SEPTEMBER 2019
- MARGUERITA TIME
- WHAT YOUR PROPOSING
- DOWN DOWN (GLASTONBURY 2009)
Expect laughter, revelations, tears, as he’ll remember days with the great Rick Parfitt, tales involving some of the giants of music, exclusive video clips, snatches of classic tunes and a great night out. Francis will be joined on stage by award-winning writer and broadcaster Mick Wall, who has sold more than 1 million books.
There are various ticket options to suit your budget and your level of fan worship……
Super VIP tickets – £75, includes a meet and greet with Francis, a photograph will be taken using the your phone or camera and you’ll be able to bring along one item of memorabilia for him to sign, not your entire Quo back catalogue. You will also receive a VIP Merchandise bag, which will contain a tour lanyard and an unsigned photograph of Francis.
VIP ticket – £40, includes a merchandise bag, which contains tour lanyard and photograph. This price level does not get you into the meet and greet.
Tickets – £30, this gets you a seat at the evening with.
FRANCIS ROSSI: I TALK TOO MUCH is at The Riverfront in Newport on Thursday April 22nd 2021. For more details and to get your tickets, go here. FRANCIS It is a massive tour Francis will be doing next year, to see all the dates, have a look at his site here. ROSSI
He is playing other dates around here too.
- Saturday March 13th – William Aston Hall, Wrexham TICKETS
- Sunday March 14th – Theatre Colwyn, Colwyn Bay TICKETS
- Tuesday April 20th – Courtyard, Hereford TICKETS
- Wednesday April 21st – University Concert Hall, Aberystwyth TICKETS
- Friday May 7th – Park and Dare Theatre, Treorchy TICKETS
- Saturday May 8th – Gwyn Hall, Neath TICKETS
- Sunday May 9th – Theatr Brycheiniog, Brecon TICKETS