Stereoboard.com is a Ticket Comparison Service. Prices are set by sellers/promoters & may be above, below or at face value

Echo and the Bunnymen Tickets, Tour Dates & Concerts 2020 ♫

Echo & the Bunnymen area an English indie rock band from Liverpool, consisting of founding members vocalist and guitar player Ian McCulloch and guitarist Will Sergeant, alongside guitarist Gordy Goudie, bass player Stephen Brannan, who replaced Les Pattinson, keyboard player, Jez Wing, and drummer Nick Kilroe, who replaced Pete De Freitas.

Formed in 1978, their debut album, 'Crocodiles', hit shelves in 1980, hitting #17 in the UK Albums Chart. ‘Heaven Up Here’ was released the following year and performed even better, hitting #10 in the chart. ‘Porcupine’ continued this success reaching #2, and ‘Ocean Rain’ in 1984, hit #4, and spawned the single The Killing Moon.

The band released a self-titled album in 1987, before McCulloch left in 1988 to pursue a solo career. The band re-emerged with a new line-up, featuring Noel Burke as lead singer, Damon Reece on drums and Jake Brockman on keyboards, alongside Sergeant and Pattison and released a further album, ‘Reverberation’ in 1990, before splitting in 1993.

The band reunited in 1997 with McCulloch, Sergeant and Pattinson and released the album, ‘Evergreen’. McCulloch and Sergeant have released a further five albums, including, ‘Meteorites’, in 2014.

Echo And The Bunnymen spent 2017 touring North America alongside Violent Femmes.

Their latest album, 'The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon' arrived in October 2018, which they supported with tour dates across the UK and Europe, a co-headline slot with the Jesus and Mary Chain, and a second co-headline North American tour alongside Violent Femmes.

Now in 2019, Echo And The Bunnymen play a handful of UK dates in autumn. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.

You can track Echo And The Bunnymen tour dates, find out about presales and get ticket price alerts! Finding the cheapest tickets is quick and easy at Stereoboard - we search the major ticket agencies and resellers, to find you the cheapest prices, even if the event is sold out.
Set Country & Currency

Upcoming Echo and the Bunnymen Events

Oops, no Echo and the Bunnymen events are currently scheduled in United Kingdom. Get an ALERT when new shows are announced near you!
SET A TOUR & TICKET ALERT!

International Dates

Thu
10
Sep 2020
San Diego Humphreys Concerts By the Bay
California, USA
San Diego
California, USA
From £42.12
From £42.12 Find Tickets

Echo and the Bunnymen History and Biography

Echo & the Bunnymen area an English indie rock band from Liverpool, consisting of founding members vocalist and guitar player Ian McCulloch and guitarist Will Sergeant, alongside guitarist Gordy Goudie, bass player Stephen Brannan, who replaced Les Pattinson, keyboard player, Jez Wing, and drummer Nick Kilroe, who replaced Pete De Freitas.

Formed in 1978, their debut album, 'Crocodiles', hit shelves in 1980, hitting #17 in the UK Albums Chart. ‘Heaven Up Here’ was released the following year and performed even better, hitting #10 in the chart. ‘Porcupine’ continued this success reaching #2, and ‘Ocean Rain’ in 1984, hit #4, and spawned the single The Killing Moon.

The band released a self-titled album in 1987, before McCulloch left in 1988 to pursue a solo career. The band re-emerged with a new line-up, featuring Noel Burke as lead singer, Damon Reece on drums and Jake Brockman on keyboards, alongside Sergeant and Pattison and released a further album, ‘Reverberation’ in 1990, before splitting in 1993.

The band reunited in 1997 with McCulloch, Sergeant and Pattinson and released the album, ‘Evergreen’. McCulloch and Sergeant have released a further five albums, including, ‘Meteorites’, in 2014.

Echo And The Bunnymen spent 2017 touring North America alongside Violent Femmes.

Their latest album, 'The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon' arrived in October 2018, which they supported with tour dates across the UK and Europe, a co-headline slot with the Jesus and Mary Chain, and a second co-headline North American tour alongside Violent Femmes.

Now in 2019, Echo And The Bunnymen play a handful of UK dates in autumn. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information here on Stereoboard.

Echo and the Bunnymen Comments & Feedback

Echo and the Bunnymen Concert & Event Reviews

0 Fan Reviews
0.0
Write a Review...
No live reviews posted yet. Be the first to write a review.

Follow Our Updates

Official Links

Artist/Event Genres

RockAlternative RockPsychedelic RockPost PunkNew Wave
You May Also Like

Killing Joke Tickets
Killing Joke
Boomtown Rats Tickets
Boomtown Rats
Peter Hook And The Light Tickets
Peter Hook And The Light
The Psychedelic Furs Tickets
The Psychedelic Furs
The Church Tickets
The Church
The Killers Tickets
The Killers
The Cure Tickets
The Cure
INXS Tickets
INXS

Recent News Updates

Echo and the Bunnymen tickets Tue 20th Aug 2019
Echo and the Bunnymen will play a headline show in Southampton this autumn.
Echo and the Bunnymen tickets Thu 23rd Aug 2018
Echo and the Bunnymen have shared a new song.
Echo and the Bunnymen tickets Wed 23rd May 2018
Echo and the Bunnymen have announced an autumn UK and Ireland tour.
Echo and the Bunnymen tickets Wed 16th May 2018
Enation will join Echo and the Bunnymen on their The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon tour.
Echo and the Bunnymen tickets Fri 24th Nov 2017
Echo and the Bunnymen have announced a new album and UK tour.
Below Face Value Tickets
Join Us On Facebook!