Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Julian Cope has – with great sadness – felt obliged to cancel the remaining five dates of his Winter 2020 tour. Julian believes that it is his social responsibility to avoid health risks both to his fans and to his crew. Indeed, in the case of the latter, there are existing genuine health concerns. Ticket holders will be entitled to a full refund. Julian will attempt to reschedule these shows at a more appropriate time for humanity. In the meantime, Viva Love!

Unfortunately, and despite his very best efforts, Julian has not yet fully recovered from his illness. He therefore and with deepest regrets has had to made the difficult decision to postpone this weekend’s shows in Norwich and Nottingham. He sincerely apologises for any inconvenience caused, and hopes to announce an update about rescheduled dates as soon as possible. 

All tickets will remain valid for the new dates.

Unfortunately due to illness, Julian has had to regrettably postpone this weekend’s shows in Leeds, Sheffield and Birmingham. He sincerely apologises for any inconvenience caused, but is however very pleased to confirm these shows have already been rescheduled as follows:

Thurs 19 March – Birmingham, The Mill
Sat 21 March – Sheffield, The Leadmill
Sun 22 March – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club

All tickets remain valid for the new dates.

Julian is delighted to announce his 2020 Tour support: 

Tom Hickox: 31 Jan - 9 Feb (Margate, Southampton, Reading, Brighton, London, Bristol)

Keeley Forsyth: 14 Feb - 23 Feb (Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester x2, Liverpool)

Studio Electrophonique: 28 Feb - 8 March (Leeds, Sheffield, Birmingham, Norwich, Nottingham)

Julian will be touring the UK in support of his forthcoming new album (released January 2020).

Tickets On Sale Friday 30th August at 10am. 


Fri 31st Jan
Margate, Dreamland

Sat 1st Feb
Southampton, Engine Rooms

Sun 2nd Feb
Reading, Sub 89

Fri 7th Feb 
Brighton, Concorde 2

Sat 8th Feb
London, Barbican Centre

Sun 9th Feb
Bristol, The Fleece

Fri 14th Feb
Newcastle, Riverside

Sat 15th Feb
Edinburgh, Liquid Room

Sun 16th Feb
Glasgow, Saint Luke’s 

Fri 21st Feb
Manchester, Gorilla

Sat 22nd Feb 
Manchester, Gorilla

Sun 23rd Feb 
Liverpool, Arts Club

Fri 28th Feb  (rescheduled 22 March)
Leeds, Brudenell

Sat 29th Feb (rescheduled 21 March)
Sheffield, The Leadmill

Sun 1st Mar (rescheduled 19 March
Birmingham, The Mill

Sat 7th Mar
The Waterfront, Norwich

Sun 8th Mar
Nottingham, Glee Club

SydArthur Festival 4

Jul 4th, 2019

The word's first psychic rock'n'roll festival returns for its 4th year! No tents, no mud, no entry fee – just 28 days of getting down with your good self in your own mind. The festivities begin on 7th July.

Tune in each day for Lord Yatesbury's Song of the Day sydarthurfestival.com

Buy the 2019 t-shirt

Julian will be interviewed by Mark Radcliffe at the 6 Music Festival at the Camp and Furnace in Liverpool on Sunday 31st March 2019. The interview – which is scheduled to begin at 13.20 – will be interspersed with Julian performing three songs on his Mellotron.

Tickets: listings.ticketweb.co.uk/bbc6music 

As the Storeroom 3 excavations have continued, we have discovered a quantity of miscellaneous items – promos, acetates, white-label singles and albums – mainly by Julian, but also by other Cope-associated acts (Brain Donor, T.C. Lethbridge, Black Sheep, etc).

As these are one-off items, we are not in a position to make them available on the Merchandiser. We would, therefore, advise vinyl collectors of this kind of item to keep a weather-eye on the Julian Cope Archive. 

Further to our investigations in the dark and mysterious world of Storeroom 3, we are very pleased to announce the discovery of yet more Cope stock thought by us to be long ago sold out.

These records, CDs, t-shirts and other sundries – like our first discoveries – all need to be appraised over the Christmas period, but do please look out for more offerings in the New Year. Like the Sunspots cars and Fried windows stickers, some of these ancient items have never before been available from Head Heritage.

We wish a very Happy Yule to one and all. 

Head Heritage’s STOREROOM 3 has been inaccessible to us for almost a decade, its contents blocked by musical instruments and art pieces from the Black Sheep period. However, those elements have now been removed by their owners, enabling us to access quantities of very interesting Julian Cope and Cope-related dead stock: new old stock, stored always in a warm and dark room. 

Records, CDs, posters, t-shirts, promo-only items – these are all now available to purchase wherever you see the STOREROOM 3 logo.

Stock may appear in bursts as we must appraise the condition of each item as it emerges from its box.




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