Flight Of The Conchords have announced a series of re-scheduled UK and Ireland shows.
The New Zealand comedy duo were forced to halt their tour earlier this month, when Bret McKenzie broke two bones in his hand.
Unable to perform their standout musical numbers, the pair opted to push the dates back and let Bret's hand heal.
All tickets remain valid, with the re-scheduled jaunt kicking off in Dublin on June 15th.
Hitting London's O2 Arena on June 20th for three nights, Flight Of The Conchords then hit Leeds, Liverpool, Birmingham, and Manchester.
The tour finishes in London's eventim Apollo on July 4th, following three nights at the venue.
Full dates are as follows:
15 Dublin 3Arena (rescheduled from March 25th)
16 Dublin 3Arena (rescheduled from April 2nd)
18 Glasgow SSE Hydro (rescheduled from March 26th)
20 London The O2 (rescheduled from April 3rd)
21 London The O2 (rescheduled from March 29th)
22 London The O2 (rescheduled from March 30th)
24 Leeds First Direct Arena (rescheduled from March 27th)
25 Liverpool Echo Arena (rescheduled from April 1st)
26 Birmingham Genting Arena (rescheduled from March 22nd)
28 Manchester Arena (rescheduled from March 23rd)
2 London Eventim Apollo (rescheduled from March 18th)
3 London Eventim Apollo (rescheduled from March 19th)
4 London Eventim Apollo (rescheduled from March 20th)
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