Legendary trio The Black Eyed Peas have announced their Masters of the Sun tour is on its way to the UK this Autumn, coming eight years after their last European shows.
Together will.i.am, Taboo and apl.de.ap will take to London's Eventim Apollo to kick things off on October 27th, heading on to Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Milton Keynes.
The tour announcement comes following the release of their latest single Get It, a Debussy sampled track that tackles police brutality, ICE, and racism. The video acts in partnership with Hip Hop Caucus, Black Alliance for Just Immigration, #SchoolsNotPrisons, the Gathering for Justice, United We Dream and Revolve Impact, calling an end to the normalisation of hate.
The tour will see the Black Eyed Peas for the first time without their longtime vocalist Fergie, who has recently departed from the band after 15 years together. The group debuted 20 years ago with Behind the Front, but it was their third album Elephunk that saw their rise to prominence with hits like Where is the Love? and Shut Up becoming chart toppers.
From there they released Monkey Business, with more hits such as Don't Phunk with my Heart, Don't Lie and My Humps, releasing their last album The Beginning in 2010. In 2018, the once again trio preceded Get It with Street Livin' and Ring the Alarm, with rumours of a full album on the way...
The Black Eyed Peas will be heading to the UK on October 27th at London's Eventim Apollo before heading onto the O2 Academy Birmingham, O2 Apollo Manchester, SSE Hydro Glasgow, and Arena MK Milton Keynes, with tickets going on sale at 9:00 am on Thursday 12th July. You'll be able to find & compare all ticket sellers below to get the cheapest prices available.
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