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St Vincent has announced the UK and European leg of the Daddy’s Home Tour, with stops planned in Ljubljana, Prague, Warsaw, Berlin, Cologne, Dublin, Edinburgh and London, where she’ll wrap up the trek with her biggest headline UK show to date at the Eventim Apollo on June 29. Tickets go on sale at 10am on July 9. The tour shares its name with Annie Clark’s most recent album, released in May.
The Swedish metallers have announced The Tour To End All Tours, with UK shows lined up at the SSE Arena Wembley, London on March 18, Leeds’ First Direct Arena the next day, Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena on March 20 and the SSE Hydro in Glasgow on March 22.
The trek also expands to cities across Europe, including stops in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria, Poland, Estonia and Finland. Tickets for the UK run go on general sale at 10am on July 9, while on sale dates vary for the European shows. They’ll be supported by The Hu and Lordi.
Due to demand, the American comic and actor will now play five nights at London’s Eventim Apollo, with the new gig falling on August 17. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on July 9.
The Warehouse Project
Organisers have confirmed further names for this year’s Warehouse Project, including Megan Thee Stallion (pictured), Migos, Eric Prydz, Drumcode, Chase And Status, and Jamie XX, among many others. They join the previously revealed reopening acts; Nile Rodgers and CHIC, DJ Shadow, Andy C, and Carl Cox.
After 2020’s edition had to be cancelled, the series will return to Manchester’s 10,000 capacity Depot Mayfield from September. Head here for a calendar of gigs confirmed so far. Tickets for most of the newly confirmed shows go on general sale at 10am on July 9, except the Eric Prydz gig, which goes on sale at 9am.
We Are Scientists
We Are Scientists have announced the Come On Get Huffy Tour, with UK shows lined up in Sheffield, Leeds, Hull, Manchester, Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow, Liverpool, Nottingham, Birmingham, Bristol, Brighton and London, where they’ll wrap up the run at the O2 Forum Kentish Town on December 9. The European leg will follow in spring 2022, beginning on April 1 in Paris and culminating in Hamburg on April 14. Tickets go on sale at 9am BST/10am CET on July 9.
Gojira will embark on a UK and European tour in early 2022, kicking off in Helsinki, Finland, on January 17 and wrapping up at Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena in Wales on March 14. The UK and Ireland leg also includes stops in Nottingham, Newcastle, Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin, Manchester, and London, where they’ll take over Alexandra Palace. Support will come from Alien Weaponry and Employed To Serve. Tickets are on sale now.
Also announced this week:
- Glassjaw will bring the 20+ Year Anniversaries Tour to the UK next spring.
- Bon Iver have rescheduled their UK and European tour for a second time due to autumn 2022.
- Natalie Imbruglia has announced an intimate London show for September.
- Dermot Kennedy has rescheduled his Belsonic Belfast show, adding a second date in the process.
- Royal Blood have lined up four intimate UK shows for this summer.
- Rejjie Snow has announced his By Myself Tour for September and October.
- Bombay Bicycle Club have announced two festival warm-up shows.
- Enter Shikari have announced four warm up shows ahead of their rescheduled UK tour.
- Max and Harvey have moved their This Is Not A Phase Tour to April 2022.
- Bright Eyes have moved their UK and European tour dates for a second time to summer 2022.
- Paul Weller has announced a show at Leisureland in Galway.
- Professor Brian Cox has rescheduled his Horizons Tour to 2022.
- Peter Hook and the Light will take the Joy Division: A Celebration show to Ireland in autumn 2022.