TOUR NEWS: Beans On Toast announces ‘Coming To A Town Near You’ tour this Spring


Although BEANS ON TOAST has just-this-minute wrapped up an extensive UK tour on the back of his newest album ‘The Inevitable Train Wreck’, today he is pleased to announce another….

The ‘Coming To A Town Near You’ Tour will see Beans playing a string of shows through March and April, many of them off the beaten track. In his words, he’s doing the tour because he “loves it”.

Speaking about the new tour, he says: “turns out there’s still lots of towns in the country that I haven’t ever played.”

The dates are a mix of new ground for Beans, plus some old favourites (hello Bristol), plus also find him playing some slots opening for festival favourites Ferocious Dog.

19/03 BOURNEMOUTH The Anvil
20/03 BRISTOL The Attic
21/03 FROME 23 Bath Street
26/03 BARNSTAPLE The Factory
27/03 WESTON-S-MARE Loves
28/03 SHAUGH PRIOR The White Thorn Inn
29/03 WORTH MATRAVERS Square & Compass
02/04 LONDON Nells *
03/04 SHOREHAM-BY-SEA Ropetackle Arts Centre *
04/04 TUNBRIDGE WELLS The Forum *
09/04 MARGATE Oolbys Soul Cafe
10/04 CHELMSFORD Hot Box
11/04 BOOTLE Little World Cafe
12/04 STAINES The London Stone
16/04 LEICESTER O2 Academy 2 *
17/04 SETTLE Victoria Hall *
18/04 SETTLE Victoria Hall*
23/04 CARDIFF The Globe*
24/04 BUCKLEY The Tivoli*
25/04 SHEFFIELD The Leadmill *
30/04 STOWMARKET John Peel Centre

He’s a hippy, a punk, a poet, a drunk, a die-hard romantic and an eternal optimist. Singing simple songs that tackle big issues. Political protest songs for the modern day, honest and open Love songs. Songs that will make you laugh, but also make you think with no holds barred honesty and quick wit.

The Beans on Toast live show is an odd and unpredictable experience. A singer, songwriter and storyteller his self-deprecating quality is not something you often see, but it breaks down the barrier between musician and audience, creating a sense of equality.


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