Mike + The Mechanics  Looking back – Living The Years 2025 Tour

Mike + The Mechanics Looking back – Living The Years 2025 Tour

30th April 2024 0 By Jon Deaux

Following 2023’s much lauded sell out ‘Refuelled! Tour’, Mike + The Mechanics return for the ‘Looking Back – Living The Years 2025 Tour’. Starting in March 2025 and playing through the whole of the UK, this tour will see them play their hits including ‘Over My Shoulder’, ‘The Living Years’ and ‘All I Need Is A Miracle’ as well as drift into some of Genesis’s much loved classic tracks.

Tickets go on sale on Friday 3 May and are available from

www.mikeandthemechanics.com, www.ticketmaster.co.uk and www.ticketline.co.uk

All of the tour dates are listed below

Mike Rutherford says “It’s exciting to announce that we will be touring The Mechanics again. Getting back on the road with the guys last year was a real pleasure. Even though it had been four years, we slotted back into the old ways, the old jokes and the camaraderie like it had been a day! We had so much fun on the last tour and the audiences were so gracious and warm, when we played the final show in Dusseldorf we all agreed then that we wanted to do it all again. We can’t wait to see you.”

Originally formed in 1985 by Mike Rutherford “as a side project to Genesis”, Mike + The Mechanics originally featured Paul Young and Paul Carrack as frontmen, and together, they achieved huge commercial success throughout the 80s and 90s achieving number ones all over the world and going on to sell over 10 million albums. After Paul Young’s sudden death in 2000 the band released one further album before deciding to call it a day. In 2011, Mike started writing songs again and invited Roachford and Howar to join him and their chemistry was instant and they released ‘The Road’ album and the band began touring again with huge success and have remained together since.


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Mike + The Mechanics – Looking back – Living The Years 2025 Tour


Monday 3rd – Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall

Tuesday 4th – Aberdeen, Music Hall

Wednesday 5th – Edinburgh, Usher Hall

Friday 7th – Perth, Concert Hall

Saturday 8th – Stockton, Globe Theatre

Sunday 9th – Manchester, Bridgewater Hall

Tuesday 11th – Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall

Wednesday 12th – Stoke, Victoria Halls

Friday 14th – York, Barbican

Saturday 15th – Ipswich, Regent Theatre

Monday 17th – Cambridge, Corn Exchange

Tuesday 18th – Sheffield, City Hall

Thursday 20th – Halifax, Victoria Halls

Saturday 22nd – Gateshead, Glasshouse

Sunday 23rd – Llandudno, Venue Cymru

Monday 24th – Liverpool, Philharmonic Hall

Wednesday 26th – Leicester, De Monfort Hall

Thursday 27th – Basingstoke, Anvil

Saturday 29th – Bournemouth, Pavilion

Sunday 30th – Portsmouth, Guildhall


Tuesday 1st – Southend, Cliffs Pavilion

Wednesday 2nd – Northampton, Derngate

Friday 4th – Birmingham, Symphony Hall

Saturday 5th – Eastbourne, Congress Theatre

Sunday 6th – Oxford, New Theatre

Tuesday 8th – Guildford, G Live

Thursday 10th – Bristol, Beacon

Friday 11th – Swansea, Arena

Saturday 12th – Plymouth, Pavilions

Monday 14th – London, Royal Albert Hall

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