The quartet will perform at Wolverhampton's KKs Steel Mill on February 3. The group was originally scheduled to play on October 21 but have been forced to reschedule due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A statement from the band read: "Over the past few months we have been closely monitoring the situation involving the pandemic and unfortunately, like many of our fellow artists, we have been forced to postpone our tour to 2021.
"We will continue to monitor the situation and hope we can see you all in February."
Formed in 1989, the band is best known for songs such as I Wanna Go Where The People Go, Vanilla Radio, Caffeine Bomb, Radio Tan and many more.
The Wildhearts achieved several top 20 singles and one top 10 album in Britain.
Last year the band released the new single Dislocated, and their first new album in ten years, Renaissance Men, was released in May 2019.
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