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Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds announce new tour dates

We knew today would get better, and it has with the announcement of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds impending European tour. The band will kick off the tour at Bournemouth International Centre on September 24th and will follow the Australian and USA runs.

The tour follows a busy year for the band as they released their 16th (SIXTEENTH) studio album Skeleton Tree and the live performance feature ‘One More Time With Feeling’. Each reached the critical acclaim the band have become accustomed to.

The big dates in the UK will be the Manchester Arena and a mammoth night in London’s o2. Normally with venues this big you might be worried if the band can make the space feel small, but with Nick Cave et al at the helm, you worry it may not be big enough for them.



24 Bournemouth, UK – Bournemouth International Centre           

25 Manchester, UK – Arena                                     

27 Glasgow, UK – The SSE Hydro                     

28 Nottingham, UK – Motorpoint Arena    

30 London, UK – The O2                                   


3 Paris, France – Zénith 

6 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Ziggo Dome               

7 Frankfurt, Germany – Jahrhunderthalle                               

9 Hamburg, Germany – Sporthalle                                         

10 Luxembourg – Rockhal                                              

12 Düsseldorf, Germany – Mitsubishi Electric Halle                  

13 Antwerp, Belgium – Sportpaleis                                       

16 Oslo, Norway – Spectrum (on sale at 9am CET on 17th February)

18 Stockholm, Sweden – Ericsson Globe                                               

20 Copenhagen, Denmark – Royal Arena                                      

22 Berlin, Germany – Max-Schmeling Halle          

24 Warsaw, Poland – Torwar                                                

26 Prague, Czech Rep. – O2 Arena                               

28 Belgrade, Serbia – Kombank Arena                   

30 Ljubljana, Slovenia – Dvorana Tivoli                       


1 Vienna, Austria – Stadthalle                                         

2 Munich, Germany – Zenith                                                 

4 Padova, Italy – Kioene Arena             

6 Milan, Italy – Forum                                                 

8 Rome, Italy – PalaLottomatica                                           

12 Zurich, Switzerland – Hallenstadion                        

13 Geneva, Switzerland – Arena                         

16 Athens, Greece – Faliro Sports Arena (Tae Kwon Do)                       

19 Tel Aviv, Israel – Menorah Arena (on sale at 8am IST on 8th February)

Tickets go on sale at 9.00am GMT on 17th February and are available (except Oslo which goes on sale 9am CET on 17th February).