To all our fans and ticketholders for upcoming tours in the light of this growing epidemic affecting most of the world in the last weeks, please check out the links on this page to for specific information country by country.

Our hope is that, if and when venues and local promoters are forced to close down concerts due to their government's laws relating to the limiting of public gatherings, "social spacing" or health emergency, we can reschedule any such concerts to dates some months later extending, as necessary, into 2021. This is a fluid situation with changes almost daily to the policies and restrictions decided upon by the governments of the varied countries we are due to perform in during the coming months.

We will advise at and other social media on the same day as we receive 100% confirmation of the actual changes which the promoters have to make. As you can appreciate, finding alternative available and workable dates is not easy. Especially since so many other artists are being forced into the same urgent course of action. 

You may read in your local news media of forced closures and wonder why this is not reflected on the Tull website.  That will be because we are unable at that time to give precise details of alternative dates. As soon as we know, you will know.

Tickets already purchased will be, we are told, valid for the postponed/rescheduled dates. Refunds, as such, are beyond our control, depending as they do on the policy of venues, promoters and ticket agencies. 

Apologies for this from the band and me but we have no choice in the matter. Fingers crossed that some of our later 2020 concerts and tours can still go on as planned. 

Your health and well-being is most important and so we have to simply accept any forced changes to our schedule.  These are unprecedented times and our thoughts go out to our fans and supporters everywhere. We all hope that we and our loved ones will remain safe and that we meet again before too long in happier and safer times. 

Thanks for your understanding. Stay well and follow all the positive government advice as far as possible. 

Take care.

Ian Anderson.

Updated Wednesday 18th March 2020