Scottish rockers Texas reschedule Northampton gig at Royal & Derngate

Texas released their latest single Hi, featuring Wu-Tang Clan, at the end of last year.

Sunday, 7th March 2021, 10:53 am
Updated Sunday, 7th March 2021, 10:56 am
Sharleen Spiteri from Texas.
Sharleen Spiteri from Texas.

Texas have rescheduled their headline gig at Royal & Derngate in Northampton and the rest of their UK tour until next year.

The band was due to headline the theatre in November, but this has been postponed until Tuesday, February22, 2022.

For more than 30 years, Texas have proved themselves to be one of Scotland’s best bands and nothing short of a national treasure.

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Just before Christmas, Texas caught everyone by surprise when they released the track Hi featuring the Wu-Tang Clan.

They have been working on a follow up to their 2017 album Jump On Board.

In 2019, Texas played a sold-out Glasgow show at SWG3, their fastest selling show ever.

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Southside, the band played the entire album.

After the overwhelming success of that show, Texas decided to do the same on their forthcoming tour, coupled with a set list compiled of songs both old and new.

Formed in 1986 by Sharleen Spiteri and her partner in crime, Johnny McElhone, Texas have sold more than 40 million records, had 13 top ten UK singles, three number one UK albums and eight top 10 UK albums including their latest Jump On Board.

Original tickets remain valid for the rescheduled shows and additional tickets are also available via, and

Texas will play the following dates in February and March next year:

Feb 2022

Thu 10th Dublin, Olympia

Fri 11th Dublin, Olympia

Sun 13th Belfast, Waterfront

Mon 14th Belfast, Waterfront

Wed 16th Island of Man, Villa Marina

Fri 18th Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall

Sat 19th Halifax, Victoria Theatre

Mon 21st Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

Tue 22nd Northampton, Derngate

Thu 24th Guildford, G Live

Fri 25th Harrogate, Convention Centre

Sat 26th Hull, Bonus Arena

Mon 28th Sheffield, City Hall

Mar 2022

Tue 1st Leicester, De Montfort Hall

Thu 3rd Newcastle, O2 City Hall

Sat 5th Birmingham, Symphony Hall

Mon 7th Southend, Cliffs Pavilion

Tue 8th Manchester, Bridgewater Hall

Thu 10th Bath, Forum

Fri 11th Brighton, Centre

Sat 12th Bournemouth, International Centre

Mon 14th Cardiff, St David's Hall

Tue 15th Llandudno, Venue Cymru Theatre

Wed 16th London, Palladium

Fri 18th Oxford, New Theatre

Sat 19th Margate, Winter Gardens

Sun 20th Stoke-On-Trent, Victoria Hall