Booking now The xx announce tiny Bilbao show as part of their Night + Day Festival

The xx announce tiny Bilbao show as part of their Night + Day Festival

The band are bringing their travelling roadshow to Spain next week.

The xx are bringing their Night + Day Festival to Bilbao for five days this week and next, and have announced a special headline show of their own as part of the proceedings.

The band will play the tiny, 400 capacity Kafé Antzokia on Tuesday 10th July, their most intimate show in years.

The rest of the festival will take place at the Guggenheim Museum in the city, headlined by Jamie xx and featuring the likes of John Talabot, Honey Dijon, Peggy Gou, Jayda G, Joy Orbison b2b Jon Rust, Lorenzo Senni and Smerz.

The xx’s tour for last year’s ‘I See You’ continues this summer, and they played a huge homecoming show back in May, when they headlined the first ever All Points East festival in London’s Victoria Park.

Re-visit the DIY review from the trio’s All Points East show here, and get all the details on the Bilbao headline show below.

The xx announce tiny Bilbao show as part of their Night + Day Festival

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