Now Steve Howe, Alan White, Geoff Downes, Billy Sherwood, Jay Schellen and Jon Davison have added 24 European shows to their Album Series 2020 Tour, which will take place throughout April and May next year.
Yes will perform two sets each night, with the first featuring a selection of classics from the band’s back catalogue, while the second set will see the band play Relayer in full.
Howe says: “We are really looking forward to playing all of the Relayer album. Having premiered The Gates Of Delirium this year, we continue by expanding our Album Series with all the tracks: The Gates Of Delirium, Sound Chaser and To Be Over.
“During the first half of the evening we'll be performing a refined selection from Yes' enormous 50 year-plus repertoire. See you there!”
Artist Roger Dean, will also attend every show on the tour and hold an exhibition of some of his iconic artwork.
Last week, it was revealed that Yes had released a mini box set titled From A Page (opens in new tab) which contains four previously unreleased tracks from 2010 when the Yes lineup consisted of Benoît David, Steve Howe, Chris Squire, Oliver Wakeman and Alan White.
The collection also features the live album In The Present: Live From Lyon which was recorded in the French city in 2009 and originally released the following year.
Now Oliver Wakeman has shared a lyric video for the single mix of To The Moment which can be found below along with all Yes’ 2020 tour dates.
Yes 2020 UK and European tour
Apr 24: Lisbon Campo Pequeno, Portugal
Apr 25: Madrid Box Vistalegre, Spain
Apr 26: Barcelona Razzmatazz 1, Spain
Apr 28: Milan Teatro Dal Verme, Italy
Apr 29: Rome Santa Cecilia-Parco Della Musica, Italy
Apr 30: Padova Teatro Geox, Italy
May 02: Zurich Komplex, Switzerland
May 04: Vienna Arena, Austria
May 05: Prague Forum Karlin, Czech Republic
May 07: Stewintorvariete Halle, Germany
May 08: Berlin Theatre am Potsdamer Platz, Germany
May 09: Wroclaw Narodowe Forum Muzyki, Poland
May 11: Tallinn Alexela Concert Hall, Estonia
May 12: Helsinki Circus, Finland
May 14: Stockholm Circus, Sweden
May 15: Oslo Sentrum Scene, Norway
May 16: Helsingor Kulturvaerftet, Denmark
May 18: Aarhus Train, Denmark
May 19: Monchengladbach Red Box, Germany
May 20: Esch-sur-Alzette Rockhal, Luxembourg
May 22: Paris Olympia, France
May 23: Utrecht Tivolivredenburg, Netherlands
May 24: Leuven Het Depot, Belgium
May 26: Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, UK
May 27: Nottingham Royal Concert Hall, UK
May 29: York Barbican, UK
May 30: Gateshead The Sage, UK
May 31: Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, UK
Jun 02: Birmingham Symphony Hall, UK
Jun 03: Manchester Bridgewater Hall, UK
Jun 05: London Royal Albert Hall, UK
Jun 07: Dublin Vicar Street, Ireland