It is with great sadness for us to announce that the Squeeze gig at the O2 on May the 22nd 2021 has now been cancelled and will not be rearranged. Here is a statement from the band:

“We were hoping that this event would take place as part of the raft of pilot events in May but it has not been possible to make this happen. It’s with sadness that we announce the event will no longer be taking place and thank our fans for the passion they’ve shown for seeing us live. We’ll be back again soon.”

Please contact your ticket provider for refunds.

The first socially distanced live music event due to take place at The O2 arena with South East London band Squeeze, will now take place on 22 May 2021.

The gig, which will see the venue’s capacity reduced from 20,000 to 4700, will be the first live music event with fans since the venue closed in March 2020 due to the pandemic. A number of safety measures and extensive planning will be in place to welcome fans back to the arena safely.

Glenn Tilbrook said “I am so thrilled to be playing The O2 with Squeeze and to be able to chalk up another first for us on this hallowed ground, previously the site of a gasworks, whose social club featured a double bill of Chris Difford and myself with Bucks Fizz’s Cheryl Baker. That was a long time ago. We are putting a lot of time and energy into this show to make it one not to forget. See you there! Love, Glenn.”

All tickets remain valid for the new date.