Mike Nesmith and Micky Dolenz of the Monkees, have postponed their “Night of Magic Music & Memories” tour to 2021 — with the tour's 11 dates now set for next March and April. The duo, who had pushed their April dates to July and September, have now announced that an expanded 2021 itinerary will soon be announced.
According to an official announcement:
All tickets purchased for shows in April 2020 will be valid at the rescheduled date in March 2021. If you have any issue with attending a specific show, please return to your original point of purchase to see what their policy is for resolution. Any issues with the fulfillment of live CDs must be handled directly through Ticketmaster.
Mike & Micky do not get paid anything from the ticket sales until after a show is performed. And since no shows have been performed on our tour, the power is purely with the ticket sellers now to clear the road for us to return as soon as it is safe for all of us.
Micky Dolenz, who has starred on Broadway and directed television shows in England, told us that regardless of the players involved or the decade the Monkees are happening in, the gig is still pretty much the same: “Y'know, 'Clarksville' is 'Clarksville,' and whether I'm singing it with Davy (Jones), or with my band, or with (Mike) Nesmith — 'I'm a Believer' and I was singing it long before Shrek (laughs). So, from my perspective, in terms of my contribution and stuff, not a whole lot has changed.”
RESCHEDULED: Mike Nesmith and Micky Dolenz of The Monkees 2021 tour dates (subject to change):
March 18 – Vancouver, BC – Canada Commodore Ballroom
March 21 – Seattle, WA – Moore Theatre
March 23 – Sacramento, CA – The Crest Theatre
March 24 – San Jose, CA – San Jose Civic
March 26 – Riverside, CA – Fox Performing Arts Center
March 27 – El Cajon, CA – The Magnolia
March 28 – Phoenix, AZ – Celebrity Theatre
April 1 – San Antonio, TX – The Tobin Center for Performing Arts
April 2 – Austin, TX ACL – Live at the Moody Theatre
April 3 – Dallas, TX – The Majestic Theatre
April 12 – Nashville, TN – Schermerhorn Symphony Center