Squeeze, the first socially distanced live music event due to take place at The O2 arena on Saturday 5 December, has been rescheduled to Saturday 27 February 2021 due to the current lockdown in England which has created logistical concerns.

The gig, which would have seen the venue’s capacity reduced from 20,000 to 4,700, was due to be the first live music event with fans since the venue closed in March. Extensive planning and a number of new safety measures had been put in place to welcome fans back to the arena safely.

Glenn Tilbrook of Squeeze commented: “I was really looking forward to the show at The O2 in December, to be back on the stage with our wonderful band, but of course everyone’s safety is paramount. With the show being rescheduled for February, that allows even more time to make this a very special evening. I wish you all well during these uncertain times. Stay safe.”

Chris Difford of Squeeze added: “At first I was sad to hear the show had to be moved but I’m now very excited that the show is rescheduled for February. It gives us all a chance to stay safe and focus on the future, when things I hope will start to open up again.”

Please find below an announcement by Daryl Hall & John Oates about their summer 2020 dates that we are special guests on:


“As we continue to monitor the ever changing situation, we wanted to let everyone know that the  Daryl Hall & John Oates summer 2020 dates through the end of July are being rescheduled to summer 2021.  We hope to announce these dates shortly and look forward to seeing everyone next summer. Please continue to check back at your point of purchase for further information regarding the ticketing policies.”


We will let you all know the rescheduled dates as soon as we have them.  All our own headline shows that were scheduled for summer 2020 will also be rescheduled alongside the Daryl Hall & John Oates shows to next year.  Please check back with your point of purchase for information on your tickets.


We are sad not to see you all this summer but very much look forward to seeing you next year.   Until we can entertain you again, stay safe and take care of each other.  Much love from all in the Squeeze camp.