- Created: Friday, 20 March 2020
Backstage somewhere on the "Dogs of War" tour!
- Created: Thursday, 19 March 2020
Everyone stay safe!
- Created: Tuesday, 17 March 2020
Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic and public reaction to the spread of Coronavirus, Saxon have had to, with deep regret, postpone the three UK shows planned this month in Glasgow (March 27th), London (March 28th) & Manchester (March 29th).
To keep the bands fans and everyone else involved with the shows safe at this time, the shows have been postponed to the following dates:
Saturday August 8th – Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom
Saturday September 5th – London Eventim Apollo
Sunday September 6th – Manchester O2 Apollo
All tickets will remain valid for these revised show dates.
Biff Byford “We are TRULY sorry for having to make this announcement to postpone the SOLD OUT shows in Glasgow & London and almost Sold Out Manchester show, but with all that is happening right now, we had no choice. To keep everyone in good health is our No1 priority – as should be everyone’s – and this coupled with the governments recommendation to curtail public gathering’s, the borders closed to get our production and personnel to UK and the fact the Eventim Apollo is closing it’s doors until at least the end of March all went to make playing the shows at the end of next week impossible. PLEASE keep your tickets for the new show dates and lets all fight this problem we are faced with together. Stay well and Stay Safe and see you all in August & September”
- Created: Friday, 13 March 2020
Cool Photo of our vinyl re-issues by one of our Instagram followers, @Pure_Noise.
- Created: Thursday, 12 March 2020
Feels like we need a nice upbeat song this Throwback Thursday, so we are blasting out Rock n Roll Gypsy!
- Created: Wednesday, 11 March 2020
CANCELS UK & EUROPEAN TOUR DATES FOR APRIL / MAY 2020
We are very sorry to announce the cancellation of the BIFF BYFORD solo tour previously scheduled for April & May 2020. The cancellation is mainly due to low ticket sales, which may or may not have been affected by the current Worldwide Covid 19 Virus pandemic.
- Created: Monday, 09 March 2020