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The Divine Comedy Tickets, Tour Dates & Concerts 2021/2022 ♫

The Divine Comedy are a Northern Irish chamber pop band from Enniskillen led by Neil Hannon, who is joined by a variety of musicians.

Formed in 1989, the band released their debut album, ‘Fanfare for the Comic Muse’, in 1990. By their fourth album, 1996's ‘Casanova’, they'd started to gain some notoriety, but it was their fifth LP, 1997's ‘A Short Album About Love’, that broke the Top 40 of the UK's Official Albums Chart, reaching #13.

‘Fin De Siècle’ was released in 1998, and gave the band their highest chart position, reaching #8, and contained the song National Express. ‘Regeneration’ followed in 2001, reaching #14 in the chart, with 2004’s ‘Absent Friends’ placing at #23. They released their eleventh album, ‘Foreverland’, in September 2016 and followed it up with 'Office Politics' in 2019.

Due to COVID-19, The Divine Comedy have rescheduled their 30th anniversary residency at the Barbican in London to August and September 2022. They've also moved their five-night residency at Cite de la Musique in Paris to June 2021. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information below on Stereoboard.

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Wed
31
Aug 2022
London Barbican Hall
United Kingdom
The Divine Comedy
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London
United Kingdom
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Thu
01
Sep 2022
London Barbican Hall
United Kingdom
The Divine Comedy
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London
United Kingdom
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Fri
02
Sep 2022
London Barbican Hall
United Kingdom
The Divine Comedy
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London
United Kingdom
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Sat
03
Sep 2022
London Barbican Hall
United Kingdom
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London
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Sun
04
Sep 2022
London Barbican Hall
United Kingdom
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International Dates

Sun
13
Jun 2021
Paris Cite de la Musique
France
The Divine Comedy
Rescheduled date. Playing their 'Liberation' and 'Promenade' albums
Paris
France
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Mon
14
Jun 2021
Paris Cite de la Musique
France
The Divine Comedy
Rescheduled date. Playing 'Casnova' and 'A Short Album about Love'
Paris
France
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Tue
15
Jun 2021
Paris Cite de la Musique
France
The Divine Comedy
Rescheduled date.Playing their 'Fin De Siecle' and 'Regeneration' albums.
Paris
France
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Wed
16
Jun 2021
Paris Cite de la Musique
France
The Divine Comedy
Rescheduled date. Playing their albums 'Absent Friends' and 'Victory for the Comic Muse'.
Paris
France
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Thu
17
Jun 2021
Paris Cite de la Musique
France
The Divine Comedy
Rescheduled date. Playing 'Bang Goes the Knighthood' and 'Foreverland'.
Paris
France
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The Divine Comedy History and Biography

The Divine Comedy are a Northern Irish chamber pop band from Enniskillen led by Neil Hannon, who is joined by a variety of musicians.

Formed in 1989, the band released their debut album, ‘Fanfare for the Comic Muse’, in 1990. By their fourth album, 1996's ‘Casanova’, they'd started to gain some notoriety, but it was their fifth LP, 1997's ‘A Short Album About Love’, that broke the Top 40 of the UK's Official Albums Chart, reaching #13.

‘Fin De Siècle’ was released in 1998, and gave the band their highest chart position, reaching #8, and contained the song National Express. ‘Regeneration’ followed in 2001, reaching #14 in the chart, with 2004’s ‘Absent Friends’ placing at #23. They released their eleventh album, ‘Foreverland’, in September 2016 and followed it up with 'Office Politics' in 2019.

Due to COVID-19, The Divine Comedy have rescheduled their 30th anniversary residency at the Barbican in London to August and September 2022. They've also moved their five-night residency at Cite de la Musique in Paris to June 2021. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information here on Stereoboard.

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Recent News Updates

The Divine Comedy tickets Mon 9th Mar 2020
Neil Hannon's the Divine Comedy will celebrate their 30th anniversary this year with a special London residency and reissue programme.
The Divine Comedy tickets Wed 12th Jun 2019
Now on their 12th album, Neil Hannon’s Divine Comedy are proven musical survivors: a chamber pop act who flourished during Britpop’s heyday while maintaining their own distinctive sound despite a dizzyingly eclectic creative output.
The Divine Comedy tickets Thu 4th Apr 2019
The Divine Comedy will tour the UK and Ireland this autumn.
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