Booking now Vampire Weekend announce three London shows

Vampire Weekend announce three London shows

The March dates include a ‘morning show’ at Islington Assembly Hall.

Vampire Weekend just shared two new songs from their upcoming ‘Father Of The Bride’ LP - along with announcing its release date - and they’ve now announced three small London shows for later this month.

The band will play new Hackney venue EartH on Thursday 21st March, before playing two gigs at Islington Assembly Hall, an evening show on Friday 22nd and a morning show the following day.

After previously releasing two songs from the record - ‘Harmony Hall’ and ‘2021’- the band now confirmed a firm release date for the record, which will land on 3rd May.

They’ve also shared two new songs from the record, as part of their plan to release two songs each month until the album release. Check out ‘Sunflower’, featuring Steve Lacy of the Internet, and ‘Big Blue’ below.

View the new UK dates below. Fans who pre-order ‘FOTB’ will gain first access to tickets for the dates from 10am on Wednesday 13th March. Tickets then go on general sale at 10am GMT on Thursday 14th March.

MARCH
21 London, EartH
22 London, Islington Assembly Hall (evening show)
23 London, Islington Assembly Hall (morning show)

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