John Lees’ BARCLAY JAMES HARVEST will head out on the road for 6 UK dates in November. These shows follow highly successful tours of Germany, France & Switzerland earlier this year, which culminated with a headline slot at Glastonbury Festival’s Acoustic Stage.


The 2016 concerts see the band perform classic Barclay James Harvest material from their 3-decade recording career, along with selections from the band’s 2013 studio album, North, which was the group’s first all new studio album in 14 years.  North draws on the fine musical heritage of Barclay James Harvest, while bringing the BJH legacy up to date with expansive compositions and thoughtful lyrics.


Full Dates as follows:


Date                           City                             Venue                        Online                                               


Thurs, 3 Nov:       Canterbury                         Westgate Hall             01227 634 886

Sat, 5 Nov            Farncombe, Godalming      St. John’s Church

Weds, 9 Nov        New Brighton, Wirral         Floral Pavilion                0151 666 0000

Thurs, 10 Nov      Norwich                             St Andrews Hall          01256 416 384

Fri, 11 Nov           London                               Cadogan Hall            020 7730 4500

Sat, 12 Nov          Ipswich                              Regent Theatre           01473 433 100


The tour also follows the recent re-release of the classic albums “Everyone is Everybody Else”,     

“Octoberon”, “XII” and the million selling “Gone to Earth” as Deluxe editions with new 5.1 Surround and Strereo remixes on Esoteric Recordings / Cherry Red Records.


Progressive rock band, Barclay James Harvest, was formed in Oldham in 1966, releasing their first single in April 1968 followed by their self-titled debut album in 1970.


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