Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds announce rescheduled UK and European tour dates
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds have announced their rescheduled tour dates which will see the band hit the road in April 2021.
The band were forced to postpone their planned tour in support of the critically acclaimed 2019 album Ghosteen due to the current coronavirus pandemic.
“Together we have stepped into history and are now living inside an event unprecedented in our lifetime,” Cave wrote on his Red Hand Files website. “Every day the news provides us with dizzying information that a few weeks before would have been unthinkable.”
He added: “Slowly, we all are coming around to the realisation that we will need to lead very different lives for a while — short term, long term, who knows?”
Detailing the plans for the tour, the Bad Seeds frontman added: “I began to think about what I had done in the last three months — working with Warren [Ellis] and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, planning and mounting a massive and incredibly complex Nick Cave exhibition with the Royal Danish Library, putting together the Stranger Than Kindness book, working on an updated edition of my Collected Lyrics.”
Discussing the work put into his planned tour, Cave added: “Which, by the way, will be fucking mind-blowing if we ever get to do it!”
See the rescheduled dates, below.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds 2021 Tour Dates:
APRIL 10 – Sportpaleis, Antwerp, Belgium 11 – Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands 13 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham, UK 15 – The O2, London, UK 16 – The O2, London, UK 18 – First Direct Arena, Leeds, UK 20 – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow, UK 21 – Manchester Arena, Manchester, UK 23 – 3Arena, Dublin, Ireland 24 – 3Arena, Dublin, Ireland 26 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, UK 28 – AccorHotels Arena, Paris, France 29 – Lanxess Arena, Cologne, Germany
MAY 1 – Royal Arena, Copenhagen, Denmark 2 – Royal Arena, Copenhagen, Denmark 4 – Ericsson Globe, Stockholm, Sweden 5 – Spektrum, Oslo, Norway 7 – Barclaycard Arena, Hamburg, Germany 8 – Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin, Germany 10 – Arena Gliwice, Gliwice, Poland 12 – Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria 13 – László Papp Budapest Sportaréna, Budapest, Hungary 15 – Stark Arena, Belgrade, Serbia 17 – O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic 19 – Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany 20 – Mediolanum Forum, Milan, Italy 23 – WiZink Center, Madrid, Spain 24 – Altice Arena, Lisbon, Portugal 27 – Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, Spain 28 – Zénith Toulouse Métropole, Toulouse, France 31 – Rome Palazzo dello Sport, Rome, Italy
JUNE 3 – Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland 7 – Bloomfield Stadium, Tel Aviv, Israel