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Happy Mondays Tour Overview

Happy Mondays are embarking on their first tour in three years throughout October and November 2022. The band will be touring with all the original members and includes 23 shows across the UK, including two dates in the band’s hometown of Manchester.

The band have assured fans that they will be performing all of their much-loved Madchester hits including 24 Hour Party People, Step On, Hallelujah, Loose Fit, Judge Fudge, W.F.L. and Kinky Afro. Liverpudlian Indie Band, Cast, will also be joining the Happy Mondays on their tour.

About Happy Mondays

Happy Mondays is an English rock band that originally formed in 1980 in Salford. The original members of the band include Shaun Ryder (vocalist), Paul Ryder (bass), Gary Whelan (drums), Paul Davis (keyboard) and Mark Day (guitar). Mark ‘Bez’ Berry later joined the band as a dancer and percussionist and Rowetta joined in 1990 as a second vocalist. Although the band has disbanded and reformed four times with different members, all the original members finally came back together in 2012 after 20 years and have been creating music and touring all together since.

The Happy Mondays’ music spanned the genres of 80s British rock and the emerging funk, house and psychedelia scene that was emerging at the time to pioneer the iconic Madchester sound. The band peaked in the late 80s with their first three albums, “Bummed”, “Madchester Rave On” and “Pills ‘n’ Thrills and Bellyaches” with the last going platinum in the UK.

The band has received numerous awards throughout their career including, 3 NME Awards for Best Dance Record, Best LP and Best Band.

Happy Mondays Facts

  • The Happy Mondays first instruments were stolen from schools according to lead singer, Shaun Ryder.
  • Shaun Ryder was late to one of his own gigs in Newcastle, so he jumped in a taxi to the city’s largest venue and ran onto the stage just in time for the first number. Unfortunately it was Simply Red on the stage, not the Happy Mondays who were playing down the road.
  • Early on in the band’s career they had a big break with a support gig in Glasgow, unfortunately it was ruined when the group were beaten up by the bouncers who discovered they had broken into New Order’s dressing room hunting for alcohol.

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