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The precise number of Ian Anderson or Martin Barre concerts scheduled for 2012 has yet to be finalised.

Note that though we always aim for 100% accuracy for past shows, information about future tours and releases is the most accurate available at the time of writing – it's not official, and is subject to change at any time, so check before making plans. Keep checking as we add finalised information.

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In a November 2011 interview, Martin Barre was reported as saying that there are no plans for any more Jethro Tull albums or tours at this time.
In future, Martin will participate in two new bands. One will perform his own material, and "there are going to be two tribute bands on the road; Ian's solo band and mine".

26/1/12Ullstein-Halle (Axel-Springer-Haus)Berlin, Germany
 
Ian presented an award at the B.Z. Kulturpreis ceremony.
Ian, Florian and John O'Hara also played:
10-min 'improvisation' based on Mozart's 'Die Zauberflöte', Locomotive Breath

24/2/12NikolaisaalPotsdam, Germany
 
Ian Anderson Band with the Filmorchester Babelsberg.
Audience: 700 (sold out). Running time: 120 mins.
Living In The Past, Life Is A Long Song, Mother Goose, Pastime With Good Company, Wond'ring Aloud, Griminelli's Lament, Opahle Instrumental (based on Bach's Toccata & Fugue in D minor), Thick As A Brick (incl. 'Poet and Painter'), Bourée - [Interval] - New instrumental, A Change Of Horses, Cozy Corner (from 'TAAB2'), Pavane, Budapest, My God, Aqualung, Locomotive Breath
'New instrumental' based on a piece by Johann Joachim Quantz, flute teacher of Friedrich II (der Große). Played to commemorate Friedrich's 300th anniversary, it also featured elements of 'Happy Birthday'.

2/4/12Expected release of 'Thick As A Brick 2: Whatever Happened To Gerald Bostock?' album by 'Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson'.

 
40th Anniversary 'Thick As A Brick' Tour(s).
Billed as "Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson Plays Thick As A Brick" ("Ian Anderson will undertake a series of tours commemorating the 40th anniversary of his Jethro Tull album Thick As A Brick.").
Featuring the first performances of the complete piece since 1973 (yes, 1973!), plus the complete 'Thick As A Brick 2'.
Early billing offered "theatrical interjections", "special guests alongside Ian's band" and (according to at least one venue) "plenty of Jethro Tull hits thrown in". However, none were apparent at the start of the tour.
Line-up: Ian, Ryan O'Donnell (additional vocals), Florian Opahle, John O'Hara, David Goodier, Scott Hammond
14/4/12Concert HallPerth, UK
 
Almost sold-out show.
Intro film, Thick As A Brick Part 1, Intermission, Thick As A Brick Part 2 - [Interval] - Intro film, From A Pebble Thrown, Pebbles Instrumental/Might-Have-Beens, Upper Sixth Loan Shark/Banker Bets Banker Wins, Swing It Far, Adrift And Dumbfounded, Old School Song, Wootton Bassett Town, Power and Spirit/Give Till It Hurts, Cosy Corner/Shunt And Shuffle, A Change Of Horses, Confessional, Kismet In Suburbia, What-ifs Maybes and Might-Have-Beens, Outro film, What A Wonderful World (tape)
No encore, no other material.
15/4/12Theatre RoyalGlasgow, UK
 
Almost sold-out show.
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire)
No encore, no other material.
17/4/12City HallNewcastle, UK
 
Reportedly poorly attended.
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire)
18/4/12PhilharmonicLiverpool, UK
 
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire)
19/4/12City HallSheffield, UK
 
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire)
20/4/12King George's HallBlackburn, UK
 
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire)
'Thick As A Brick' mid-break included a prostate cancer awareness section.
21/4/12Royal HallHarrogate, UK

21/4/12The BorderlineLondon, UK
 
Martin Barre's New Day "Plays the Music of Jethro Tull".
Line-up: Martin Barre (guitar/flute/bouzouki), John Mitchell (most vocals/acoustic guitar), Pat O'May (guitar/vocals), Jon Noyce (bass), Frank Mead (sax/flute/harmonica/vocals), Geoff Dunn (drums)
Set included:
A Passion Play, To Cry You a Song, Home, The Potion, Overlord, Thick As A Brick, A Song For Jeffrey, Teacher, A New Day Yesterday, Aqualung, Locomotive Breath

22/4/12Opera HouseManchester, UK
 
Ian Anderson Band.
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire)
'Thick As A Brick' mid-break included a prostate cancer awareness section 7 featuring Jeffrey Hammond and Tom Lynch.

22/4/12The WharfTavistock, UK
 
Martin Barre's New Day.
Murphy's Paw, Morris Minus, Minstrel In The Gallery, Passion Play Excerpt/To Cry You A Song, After You After Me, Home, Bug, Sugar Babe, Steal - [Interval] - Misère, Hymn 43, The Potion¹, A Blues For All Reasons¹, Overlord, Thick As A Brick ('The Poet And The Painter'), A Song For Jeffrey, Teacher, A New Day Yesterday, Aqualung/Locomotive Breath
1: with Maggie Reeday.

24/4/12Assembly RoomsDerby, UK
 
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire)
25/4/12Regent TheatreIpswich, UK
 
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire)
27/4/12Hammersmith ApolloLondon, UK
 
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire)
28/4/12Colston HallBristol, UK
 
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire)
29/4/12Swan TheatreHigh Wycombe, UK
 
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire)
30/4/12Symphony HallBirmingham, UK
 
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire)
2/5/12New TheatreOxford, UK
 
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire)
3/5/12HexagonReading, UK
 
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire)
4/5/12G LiveGuildford, UK
 
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire)
5/5/12St. David's HallCaerdydd, UK
 
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire)
6/5/12GuildhallSouthampton, UK
 
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire)

17?/5/12?Stuttgart, Germany
 
Ian to receive the 2012 NatureLife award from a Stuttgart-based environmental organisation.
Date and location unconfirmed.
17/5/12Liederhalle BeethovensaalStuttgart, Germany
 
20:00 start.
Earlier 2012 shows ended with the projected text "The End. No, really... it is!". It seems this audience misunderstood that as "... Not really..." and refused to leave until the band returned, John O'Hara having already changed out of his stage clothes, to play 'Locomotive Breath' as an encore.
The text was changed for subsequent concerts.
18/5/12VolkshausZürich, Switzerland
 
20:00 start.
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire)
'Thick As A Brick' mid-break included a prostate cancer awareness section.
19/5/12SchwabenhalleAugsburg, Germany
 
20:00 start.
20/5/12TempodromBerlin, Germany
 
20:00 start.
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire). With balloon!
22/5/12Phönix-HalleMainz, Germany
 
20:00 start.
23/5/12Alfred-Fischer-HalleHamm, Germany
 
20:00 start.
25/5/12Sparkassen ArenaAurich, Germany
 
20:00 start.
The audience continued applauding after the show (after the usual 'What A Wonderful World' tape), so the band returned for an unplanned encore.
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire), Locomotive Breath
26/5/12Main stageSiegen, Germany
 
KulturPur Festival
With an unplanned encore.
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire), Locomotive Breath
27/5/12Rosengarten MozartsaalMannheim, Germany
 
20:00 start.
With an unplanned encore.
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire), Locomotive Breath
28/5/12MeistersingerhalleNürnberg, Germany
 
20:00 start.
29/5/12KulturpalastDresden, Germany
 
20:00 start.
With a planned encore, as part of the scheduled concert. And a balloon!
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire), Locomotive Breath
31/5/12Teatro ColosseoTorino, Italy
 
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire), Locomotive Breath
1/6/12Teatro SmeraldoMilano, Italy
2/6/12PalaPaniniModena, Italy
 
Postponed, due to a severe earthquake in the Emilia area.

17/6/12Sferisterio di MacerataMacerata, Italy
 
Ian, Florian, David, John and Scott (not Doane) performing at the Festival Musicultura.
Ian received a music award from the Universita di Macerata e Camerino.
Thick As A Brick (excerpt), Banker Bets Banker Wins, Aqualung, award presentation, Locomotive Breath
21/6/12HarpaReykjavík, Iceland
 
Eldborg main hall; 1,600 seats. Sold out within 7 mins of tickets going on sale; an extra show added for the following night.
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire)
Interval included a prostate cancer awareness section. No encore.
Filmed, apparently for TV broadcast; interview segments and a trip to a glacier were also filmed. The broadcast itself cites the date as 22/6 - an error, or was that recorded instead?
22/6/12HarpaReykjavík, Iceland
 
Eldborg main hall; 1,600 seats.

1/7/12Auditorium StravinskiMontreux, Switzerland
 
Part of the Jazz Festival. Support: Little Feat.
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire), Locomotive Breath
2/7/12Petit PalaisMontreux, Switzerland
 
Q&A session/workshop by the Ian Anderson Band, minus Ryan O'Donnell.
Featuring two guest flautists (Sabrina Sauder and Linda Jozefowski) and Claude Nobs
Set included: Life Is A Long Song, Pastime With Good Company, Griminelli's Lament, Bourée, Someday The Sun Won't Shine For You (Claude Nobs on harmonica).
4/7/12Hrad LoketKarlovy Vary (Sokolov), Czech Republic
 
Outdoor show. No support band, nor Ryan O'Donnell.
Thick As A Brick (first half), From A Pebble Thrown, Pebbles Instrumental, Banker Bets Banker Wins, Adrift And Dumbfounded, Old School Song, Wootton Bassett Town, Shunt And Shuffle, A Change Of Horses (without accordion), Kismet In Suburbia, What-ifs Maybes and Might-Have-Beens, Budapest ,Aqualung (orchestral) ,Locomotive Breath
5/7/12FestungKufstein, Austria
 
Outdoor show. 19:30 start. Without Ryan O'Donnell.
Scheduled support band, Iron Butterfly, was replaced by local band Serenity.
Thick As A Brick (first half), From A Pebble Thrown, Pebbles Instrumental, Banker Bets Banker Wins, Adrift And Dumbfounded, Old School Song, Wootton Bassett Town, Shunt And Shuffle, A Change Of Horses (without accordion), Kismet In Suburbia, What-ifs Maybes and Might-Have-Beens, Budapest ,Aqualung (orchestral) ,Locomotive Breath
6/7/12Burg ClamKlam, Austria
 
Clam Classic Rock Festival
Also appearing: Uriah Heep.
7/7/12Auditori Marc GrauGavà (Barcelona), Spain
 
Tenth 'Tullianos' Convention
Martin Barre and Jonathan Noyce expected to attend.
7/7/12Ottakringer ArenaWiesen, Austria
 
Lovely Days Festival
Also appearing: Lou Reed, Ray Manzarek & Robbie Krieger, Gov't Mule, Iron Butterfly, Stan Webb's Chicken Shack, Norbert Schneider.

9/7/12Bayerischer Hof ClubMünchen, Germany
 
Martin Barre's New Day.
10/7/12Bayerischer Hof ClubMünchen, Germany
 
Martin Barre's New Day.
Concert sold out by May.

10/7/12Auditorio Municipal Parque AlmansaSan Javier, Spain
 
Part of the Festival de Jazz de San Javier.
12/7/12Teatro Circo PriceMadrid, Spain
 
Part of the 'Veranos de la Villa' festival.
14/7/12Theatre AxerquíaCórdoba, Spain
 
Part of the Festival de la Guitarra de Córdoba.
15/7/12Espai Port MarítimSant Feliu de Guíxols (Girona), Spain
 
Part of the Festival de la Porta Ferrada.
Setlist from the band's own cue sheet. 108 mins running time.
"Brown Coats & TAAB Video (Dr Quad)", Thick As A Brick (first half; 23 mins), Thick As A Brick (second half; Ac. Guitar Intro/ 'Clear White Circles' to end; 17 mins), "TAAB2 Video (St Cleve TV)", From A Pebble Thrown, Pebbles Instrumental/Might-Have-Beens, Upper Sixth Loan Shark/Banker Bets Banker Wins, Swing It Far, Adrift And Dumbfounded, Old School Song, Wootton Bassett Town, Power and Spirit/Give Till It Hurts, Cosy Corner/Shunt And Shuffle, A Change Of Horses, Kismet In Suburbia, What-ifs Maybes and Might-Have-Beens, "Video Tufty outro and bows", My God (piano intro), Locomotive Breath
Italicised tracks listed but dropped.
19/7/12Château de BeaufortBeaufort, Luxembourg
 
Ian Anderson Band: Ian, Florian Opahle, John O'Hara, David Goodier, Scott Hammond.
Support: Magna Carta.
Thick As A Brick (first half), From A Pebble Thrown, Pebbles Instrumental, Banker Bets Banker Wins, Adrift And Dumbfounded, Old School Song, Wootton Bassett Town, Shunt And Shuffle, A Change Of Horses, Kismet In Suburbia, What-ifs Maybes and Might-Have-Beens, My God (piano intro), Budapest, Aqualung (orchestral version), Locomotive Breath
20/7/12Open AirNear Alsfeld, Germany
 
Burg Herzberg Festival ("Traditional Hippie Convention")
Also appearing on the Saturday of the festival (in this order): Kamchatka, Deadman, The Tubes, "Jethro Tull`s Ian Anderson Plays 'Thick as a Brick' and more", Tito & Tarantula, Amplifier
Ian Anderson Band: Ian, Florian Opahle, John O'Hara, David Goodier, Scott Hammond.
Ian reportedly had cameras confiscated from front-row audience members.
Thick As A Brick (first half), Pebbles Instrumental, Banker Bets Banker Wins, Adrift And Dumbfounded, Old School Song, Wootton Bassett Town, Shunt And Shuffle, A Change Of Horses, My God, Budapest, Aqualung (orchestral version), Locomotive Breath
21/7/12Kloster HirsauCalw, Germany
 
Part of the 'Calwer Klostersommer' season, in a monastery.
Ian Anderson Band: Ian, Florian Opahle, John O'Hara, David Goodier, Scott Hammond. No Ryan O'Donnell.
No support.
Thick As A Brick (first half), From A Pebble Thrown, Pebbles Instrumental, Banker Bets Banker Wins, Adrift And Dumbfounded, Old School Song, Wootton Bassett Town, Shunt And Shuffle, A Change Of Horses, Kismet In Suburbia, What-ifs Maybes and Might-Have-Beens, My God (piano intro), Budapest, Aqualung (orchestral version), Locomotive Breath
25/7/12Espace GradlonQuimper, France
 
Ian performing at the 89th Festival de Cornouaille.
21:30 start.

26/7/12?Rome, Italy
 
Martin Barre's New Day.
27/7/12Lido Po ex Cantieri ArniBoretto, Re. Italy
 
Martin Barre's New Day.
28/7/12Castello di San GiustoTrieste, Italy
 
Martin Barre's New Day.

28/7/12Main stageArendal, Norway
 
'Jethro Tull' (without Martin!) at the Canal Street festival.

16/8/12SchloßgartenBruchsal, Germany
 At The Chateau Of Non-D'Isaster.
Ian Anderson Band: Ian, Florian Opahle, John O'Hara, David Goodier, Scott Hammond.
20:00 start. Open-air concert.
Thick As A Brick (excerpt), From A Pebble Thrown, Pebbles Instrumental, Upper Sixth Loan Shark, Banker Bets Banker Wins, Adrift And Dumbfounded, Old School Song, Wootton Bassett Town, Shunt And Shuffle, A Change Of Horses, Kismet In Suburbia, What-ifs Maybes and Might-Have-Beens, My God (piano intro), Budapest, Aqualung, Locomotive Breath
17/8/12Clumber ParkWorksop, UK
 
Contrary to third-party online advertising, Ian will NOT be performing at this 'Classic Rock' festival.
18/8/12Festival siteEscot Park (Exeter), UK
 
Ian at The Levellers' 'Beautiful Days' Festival.
Performing in a (muddy) big-top; effectively the festival's second stage. With the usual video projections.
Ian Anderson Band with Ryan O'Donnell on vocals and Anna Phoebe via a VoIP link.
Previous band, Show Of Hands, overran by ~10 mins, so set was slightly abbreviated to meet (Anderson-defined) 22:30 curfew.
Thick As A Brick (nearly complete), From A Pebble Thrown, Banker Bets Banker Wins, Adrift And Dumbfounded, Old School Song, Wootton Bassett Town, Shunt And Shuffle, A Change Of Horses, [Song cut; prob. 'Kismet In Suburbia'] What-ifs Maybes and Might-Have-Beens, Locomotive Breath
24/8/12Dom Muzyki i TańcaZabrze, Poland
 
Thick As A Brick Part 1, Thick As A Brick Part 2, From A Pebble Thrown, Pebbles Instrumental/Might-Have-Beens, Upper Sixth Loan Shark/Banker Bets Banker Wins, Swing It Far, Adrift And Dumbfounded, Old School Song, Wootton Bassett Town, Power and Spirit/Give Till It Hurts, Cosy Corner/Shunt And Shuffle, A Change Of Horses, Confessional, Kismet In Suburbia, What-ifs Maybes and Might-Have-Beens, Locomotive Breath
25/8/12IstropolisBratislava, Slovakia
 
20:00 start.
26/8/12Kongresszusi KözpontBudapest, Hungary
 
20:00 start.

1/9/12Rural Life CentreTilford (Farnham), UK
 
'Martin Barre's New Day' at Weyfest
Line-up: Martin, John Mitchell (vocals), Jon Noyce (bass), Pat O'May (guitar), Richard Beasley (saxes, clarinet), Geoff Dunn (drums). Special guest for one song: Clive Bunker. Lack of time prevented Gary Brooker (Procol Harum), from making a guest appearence too.

6/9/12Old Train StationJerusalem, Israel
7/9/12Congress CenterHaifa, Israel
8/9/12Ra'Anana AmphitheatreTel Aviv, Israel
10/9/12Maçka Küçükçiftlik ParkIstanbul, Turkey

18/9/12Fillmore Miami Beach (Jackie Gleason Theater)Miami Beach, Fl. USA
19/9/12Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis CenterWest Palm Beach, Fl. USA
21/9/12AmphitheatreSt Augustine, Fl. USA
22/9/12Bob Carr Performing Arts CentreOrlando, Fl. USA

22/9/12Beach stageLooe, UK
 
Martin Barre's New Day at the Looe Music Festival.
Line-up: Martin, Dan Crisp (vocals), Jon Noyce (bass), Pat O'May (guitar), Richard Beasley (saxes, clarinet), Geoff Dunn (drums). Joined by Maggie Reeday for 'The Potion'.
Murphy's Paw, Minstrel In The Gallery, To Cry You A Song, After You After Me, A Song For Jeffrey, The Potion, Paparazzi, Thick As A Brick, Misère, A New Day Yesterday, Steal, Teacher, Locomotive Breath

23/9/12Ruth Eckerd HallClearwater, Fl. USA
24/9/12Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts HallFort Myers, Fl. USA
25/9/12Sunrise TheatreFort Pierce, Fl. USA
27/9/12Cobb Energy Performing Arts CentreAtlanta, Ga. USA
28/9/12Thomas Wolfe AuditoriumAsheville, NC. USA
 
Thick As A Brick, Thick As A Brick 2, Locomotive Breath
29/9/12Performing Arts CenterDurham, NC. USA
30/9/12CenterStage (Carpenter Theatre)Richmond, Va. USA
1/10/12Ferguson Centre for the ArtsNewport News, Va. USA
3/10/12AuditoriumLynn, Ma. USA
4/10/12Mohegan Sun ArenaUncasville, Ct. USA
5/10/12Beacon TheatreNew York, NY. USA
6/10/12Circus Maximus, Caesars Atlantic CityAtlantic City, NJ. USA
7/10/12Prudential Hall, NJ Performing Arts CenterNewark, NJ. USA
17/10/12Balboa TheatreSan Diego, Ca. USA
 
20:05 - 22:30.
Thick As A Brick Pt.1, Thick As A Brick Pt.2 - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire), Locomotive Breath
18/10/12Chumash CasinoSanta Ynez, Ca. USA
19/10/12The Show, Agua Caliente CasinoRancho Mirage, Ca. USA
20/10/12Terrace Theater, Long Beach Convention CenterLong Beach, Ca. USA
 
20:10 - 22:30.
Thick As A Brick Pt.1, Thick As A Brick Pt.2 - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire), Locomotive Breath
22/10/12Abravanel HallSalt Lake City, Ut. USA
 
"Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson will play Thick As A Brick 1 & 2 in their entirety in a theatrical setting with band and additional guests."
23/10/12Temple Hoyne Buell TheatreDenver, Co. USA
 
140-min concert starting at 20:03. Not sold-out.
With Anna Phoebe via a VoIP link.
Thick As A Brick Pt.1, Thick As A Brick Pt.2 - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire), Locomotive Breath
25/10/12The Joint (Hard Rock Casino Tulsa)Tulsa, Ok. USA
 
Thick As A Brick, Thick As A Brick 2, Aqualung, Locomotive Breath
26/10/12Verizon TheatreGrand Prairie (Dallas), Tx. USA
27/10/12Bayou Music CenterHouston, Tx. USA
 
With special guest Col. Catherine Coleman, astronaut and flautist, for the Locomotive Breath encore.
28/10/12Paramount TheatreAustin, Tx. USA
30/10/12Ryman AuditoriumNashville, Tn. USA
1/11/12Pabst TheaterMilwaukee, Wi. USA
2/11/12Chicago TheatreChicago, Il. USA
3/11/12Fox TheatreDetroit, Mi. USA
 
Thick As A Brick, Thick As A Brick 2, Locomotive Breath
4/11/12Civic TheatreAkron, Oh. USA
 
Thick As A Brick, Thick As A Brick 2, Locomotive Breath
5/11/12Midland TheatreNewark, Oh. USA
 
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire), Locomotive Breath
6/11/12UK release of 'Thick As A Brick' 40th Anniversary Collector's Edition (CD+DVD).
6/11/12UK release of 'Thick As A Brick 1+2' (LP).

16/11/12Cirque RoyalBruxelles, Belgium
 
Line-up: Ian, Ryan O'Donnell (additional vocals), Florian Opahle, John O'Hara, David Goodier, Scott Hammond
Prostate cancer awareness section not included, due to a concern about audience language problems.
Thick As A Brick (entire), From A Pebble Thrown, Pebbles Instrumental/Might-Have-Beens, Upper Sixth Loan Shark/Banker Bets Banker Wins, Swing It Far, Adrift And Dumbfounded, Old School Song, Wootton Bassett Town, Power and Spirit/Give Till It Hurts, Cosy Corner/Shunt And Shuffle, A Change Of Horses, Confessional, Kismet In Suburbia, What-ifs Maybes and Might-Have-Beens, Locomotive Breath
17/11/12GalaxieAmnéville, France

18/11/12Komedia, Bath, UK
 
Martin Barre's New Day
(Martin: lead guitar/mandolin; Pat O'May: guitar/vocals; Dan Crisp: vocals/guitar; Frank Mead: saxophone/vocals/harmonica/clarinet/flute/penny whistle; Hilaire Rama: bass; George Lindsay: drums
Instrumental (Murphy's Paw?), Minstrel In the Gallery, To Cry You A Song, Watch Your Step, After You After Me, White Innocence, The Potion, A Passion Play (Flight From Lucifer), Steal Your Heart Away, Thick As A Brick (The Poet and the Painter/Childhood Heroes), Sugar Babe, Misère - [Interval] - Still Loving You Tonight, Lament Of The Spalpeen/Hymn 43, Paparazzi (inst), A Song For Jeffrey, Overlord, Teacher, Steal, A New Day Yesterday, Locomotive Breath

18/11/12OlympiaParis, France
19/11/12Melkweg RabozaalAmsterdam, Netherlands
 
Sold-out show.
Thick As A Brick (entire), Thick As A Brick 2 (entire), Locomotive Breath

20/11/12The DuchessYork, UK
 
Martin Barre's New Day.
21/11/12Waterside Arts CentreSale, UK
 
Martin Barre's New Day.
Murphy's Paw, Minstrel In the Gallery, To Cry You A Song, Watch Your Step, White Innocence, After You After Me, The Potion, A Passion Play, Steal Your Heart Away, Thick As A Brick, Sugar Babe, Misère - [Interval] - Still Loving You Tonight, Hymn 43, Paparazzi (inst), A Song For Jeffrey, Overlord, Teacher, Steal, A New Day Yesterday, Locomotive Breath

21/11/12StadthalleOsnabrück, Germany

22/11/12Mr KypsPoole, UK
 
Martin Barre's New Day.
23/11/12GuildhallGloucester, UK
 
Martin Barre's New Day.

23/11/12Folkets HusStruer, Denmark
 
Sold out, by July.

24/11/12Arlington Arts CentreNewbury, UK
 
Martin Barre's New Day.

24/11/12Falconer SalenFrederiksberg (København), Denmark
25/11/12IbsenhusetSkien, Norway

26/11/12Robin 2Bilston, UK
 
Martin Barre's New Day.

26/11/12GrieghallenBergen, Norway
 
Poorly attended concert.
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire), Locomotive Breath

27/11/12Apex Arts CentreBury St Edmunds, UK
 
Martin Barre's New Day.

27/11/12KonserthusStavanger, Norway

28/11/12The StablesMilton Keynes, UK
 
Martin Barre's New Day.

28/11/12KonserthusOslo, Norway
 
Sold-out show. On stage 19:40-22:05, with an interval 20:35-20:55.
Thick As A Brick (entire) - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire), Locomotive Breath
30/11/12Gran Teatro GeoxPadova, Italy
 
Sold-out show.
During the encore Ian fell backwards over a stage light.
Thick As A Brick (entire, incl. Prostate cancer awareness section but not the 'weather report') - [Interval] - Thick As A Brick 2 (entire), Locomotive Breath
1/12/12PalasportBergamo, Italy
3/12/12Gran TeatroRome, Italy
4/12/12PalaPaniniModena, Italy
 
Rescheduled from 2 June.
6/12/12PalafieraPesaro, Italy
14/12/12CathedralNewcastle, UK
 
christmas concert.
With guests Kathryn Tickell & Bob Fox.
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen¹, Gaudete², Jack-In-The-Green¹, We Five Kings¹, A Christmas Song, Otterburn³, Reading 1, The Bonny Gateshead Lass5, Child Of Mine6, Bourée - [Interval] - Holly Herald, Griminelli's Lament4, Bach's Toccata & Fugue7, Whence Is That Goodly Fragrance Flowing/I Saw Three Ships³, Reading 2, Champion At Keeping Them Rolling6, Prayer8, Quantz Happy Birthday, Aqualung (orchestral version)7, Locomotive Breath9
1: With the St Nicholas Cathedral Lay Clerks Choir
2: St Nicholas Cathedral Lay Clerks Choir.
3: Kathryn Tickell solo.
4: With Kathryn Tickell.
5: Bob Fox solo.
6: Sung by Bob Fox.
7: Organ intro by Michael Stoddart.
8: Read by Dean Christopher Dalliston.
9: With Kathryn Tickell & Bob Fox, and incl blessing by the Rt Revd Frank White, Asst. Bishop of Newcastle.
Reading 1: Lindisfarne's 'Winter's Song' – read by Kathryn Tickell.
Reading 2: 'A Christmas Truce' (from the Dublin Evening Mail, 2 January 1915) – read by Bob Fox.
15/12/11St. Bride's Fleet StreetLondon, UK
 
christmas concert.
With guests Marc Almond of Soft Cell & Ryan O'Donnell.
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen¹, Jack-In-The-Green, We Five Kings¹, Set Aside, Reading by Ryan O'Donnell, A Christmas Song, Thick As A Brick², Bach's Prelude in C Major, Bourée - [Interval] - Holly Herald, Wootton Bassett Town, Tomorrow Will Be My Dancing Day³, Bach's Toccata & Fugue¹, Prayer4, Quantz Happy Birthday, My God5, Aqualung (orchestral version)6, Locomotive Breath7
1: With organ solo by Benji Tyler.
2: From start to end of 'The Poet And The Painter', with Ryan O'Donnell.
3: Marc Almond, accompanied by John O'Hara.
4: Read by the Reverend George Pitcher.
5: With keyboard intro.
6: With organ intro, and Ryan O'Donnell).
7: With Ryan O'Donnell, and incl blessing by the Reverend George Pitcher.

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