Yungblud he found that he had introduced gender-neutral facilities at current tour sites.
The Doncaster artist – real name Dominic Harrison – on his own behalf A “Life on Mars” trip to the UK, Scheduled to end on October 19 in Liverpool.
Yungblud took to Twitter today (October 12) ahead of the show at Newcastle’s O2 Academy to post a video to his fans: “It was very important for me to have gender-neutral facilities in this tour”.
“It’s happening,” he said, continuing to address the challenges faced by non-binary people at concerts.
But Harrison claimed that the O2 Academy in Newcastle “does not want to submit” to the proposed move. “What nonsense?” he said.
I try the best because jeans have neutral features until the end of every YB show! ily
– YUNGBLUD – FLEABAG (@yungblud) October 12, 2021
Yungblud then told fans he was “very happy to be in Newcastle” and opened the “Sexual Neutral Toilets” post. He concluded, “If there’s a problem on the board, talk to me.”
the O2 Academy contacted Newcastle for comment.
In a four-star review Jungblud’s performance took place last week at London’s Alexandra Palace, wrote: “[…] It’s a complex, emotional, and dynamic movement that Yungblud offers tonight.
“Harrison may not know exactly how he went on sale at Alexandra Palace tonight, but he knows exactly where Yungblud will go from here.”
You can see the rest of Yungblud’s “Life on Mars” type below:
12 – Newcastle, O2 Academy (sold)
14 – Birmingham, O2 Academy (sold)
15 – Birmingham, O2 Academy (sold)
16 – University of Leeds (sold)
18 – Liverpool, Mountford Hall (sold)
19 – Liverpool, Mountford Hall (sold)
Speaking behind-the-scenes reading festival 2021, Harrison announced that “two new albums are ready.” You can watch the video chat above.