Beans on Toast – announces BIRMINGHAM date on “Back Out On The Road” Tour 2023

Outlaw folk musician – Beans on Toast – will be “Back Out On The Road” next Spring.Following the runaway success of his extended UK tour earlier this year, the cult hero has already plotted his return with a “mahoosive ramble” for 2023.

One man and his guitar with songs to sing and stories to tell, UK fans will be able to catch him performing at 30 of the country’s finest independent venues throughout February and March.

Speaking about the upcoming tour Beans says: 

“Folk music is an age-old art form, and it’s more relevant than ever in these wild and crazy modern times. You can expect an inspiring and entertaining gig, a relaxed and fun affair that leaves you feeling like you’ve met up with an old friend, and you’re all the better for it.”

With tickets on sale this Friday, find your local venue as follows:

Beans on Toast – 2023 Dates:


21 – COLCHESTER Arts Centre

22 – NORWICH Arts Centre

23 – CAMBRIDGE The Portland Arms


25 – NUNEATON Queens Hall

26 – LEICESTER The Sound House

28 – SHEFFIELD The Leadmill

1 – BIRKENHEAD Future Yard

2 – NEWCASTLE The Cluny

3 – ABERDEEN Tunnels

4 – DUNDEE Beat Generator

5 – LANCASTER Kanteena

7 – MIDDLESBROUGH Westgarth Social

8 – YORK The Crescent9 – LINCOLN The Drill

10 – MANCHESTER Band On The Wall

11 – LEEDS The Brudenell

12 – BIRMINGHAM Castle & Falcon

14 – CANTERBURY The Gulbenkian

15 – HASTINGS The Brass16 – SOUTHAMPTON The Loft

17 – LISKEARD The Social

18 – FALMOUTH The Cornish Bank

19 – EXETER The Phoenix

20 – STROUD The Prince Albert

21 – BATH Moles

22 – SWANSEA The Bunkhouse

23 – BRISTOL The Fleece

24 – READING Face Bar

25 – LONDON Lafayette

Tickets available Friday @ 10AM here:
Since 2005, Beans on Toast has written simple songs about complicated subjects. Tackling the big issues of the day but doing so with his feet firmly on the ground, he’s become a people’s champ of the modern folk scene and amassed a huge back catalogue of songs in the process. An unrepentant optimist whose songs celebrate all that is wonderful about the human spirit, his live shows are similarly uplifting and have taken him from SOLD OUT headline shows in the UK to the stages of major international festivals across the globe. 

Releasing his latest studio album at the end of 2021, ‘Survival of the Friendliest’, the record proved a hit with fans and critics alike, with RNR Magazine praising “the lyrics shimmer with Beans’ trademark of truth and humour.. Captivating”, whereas Louder Than War hailed it as “the perfect antidote to re-energise us all”.

Already working on the follow-up, which will be out in December as usual, stay-tuned for further news from Beans on Toast in the coming weeks…