Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

Rescheduled

The Saw Doctors

The Saw Doctors regret that they will not be able to play Liverpool Philharmonic on Wednesday 30 November.

Davy Carton is recovering from a minor throat operation and needs some more time to recuperate and rehab his damaged vocal chords. The concert has been rescheduled to Wednesday 26 April.

We are contacting tickets holders, please email boxoffice@liverpoolphil.com or call member of our team on 0151 709 3789, so we can issue you tickets for the new date. Refunds are available if you are unable to attend the new date.

We and the band apologise for the inconvenience.

If they could bottle the sort of bonhomie that can make an entire concert hall feel better, The Saw Doctors would have the medicine show to end them all
The Times

After a three-year break from playing live Irish rock band, The Saw Doctors, are back! They return to Liverpool Philharmonic to debut new songs from their latest album, Uber Value, the band also bring back fan favourite hits including ‘N17’, ‘I Useta Lover’, and ‘To Win Just Once’.

The Saw Doctors scored their first Irish No. 1, ‘I Useta Lover’, back in 1990 and have gone on to achieve eighteen top 30 singles and three No. 1 hits in Ireland. If you haven’t seen them before, make sure to get tickets to what is one of the most memorable, enjoyable, exhilarating gigs you’ll ever see.

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