Noble Jacks Announce Latest Tour Dates

Noble Jacks brim with raw energy and in-performance passion.  They’re a roof-raising act whose high-octane, footstompin’ rhythms and engaging lyricism have galvanised audiences across the UK and further abroad. With the fiddle leading the hectic, exhilarating, no holds barred charge, Noble Jacks are out to take no prisoners!

Having just played a  run of big support shows with The Dead South on their UK tour, Next, the band will be touring in the UK, hitting some new venues.

We’re stoked to be back out on the road this Autumn, touring our new album, ‘Stay Awake‘,” say Noble Jacks themselves, “Following an incredible Spring tour, and a hectic festival season, we’re looking forward to visiting new towns that fans have been desperate for us to play.

Fan favourites from the band’s 2017 debut ‘What The Hammer’ and this year’s ‘Stay Awake’ will feature in the band’s tour, but Noble Jacks aren’t ones to rest on their laurels: they’ve got a brand new album in the pipeline for 2020.

Reviewing Noble Jacks, Polly Hember of On The Beat hit the nail on the head: “This is the kind of music that begs to be experienced live. It bursts forward with a stream of raw energy; the instruments are played with such fever that at times the dancing audience felt like they couldn’t keep up (although we gave it a damn good try) and the drums propel the music onwards into oblivion. “

Check out  Noble Jacks – Stay Awake – New Album Teaser for 2020 release

If you get the chance to see this exciting, high-energy, life-enhancing band in their natural habitat – live performance – check out the website and bookings and seize the chance with both hands!


Aug 3:  Oxford, Wilderness Festival

Aug 11: Broadstairs, Broadstairs Folk Week

Aug 23: Towersey, Towersey Festival

Aug 24: Hassocks, Mid Sussex Americana & Ale Festival

Aug 25: Bedford, Twinwood Festival

Aug 26: Wadebridge, Cornwall Folk Festival

Aug 30: Wallingford, Bunkfest

Aug 31: Merthyr Mawr, Between The Trees Festival

Sept 9: USA, AMA Nashville

Nov 15: Southampton, Joiners

Nov 16: Bath, Moles

Nov 20: Birmingham, Hare and Hounds

Nov 21: Leeds, Brudenell Games Room

Nov 22: Guildford, Boileroom

Nov 27: Milton Keynes, The Stables

Nov 28: Canterbury, Marlowe Theatre

Nov 29: London, The Black Heart

Nov 30: Norwich, Open

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