Booking now Vampire Weekend announce UK & European tour

Vampire Weekend announce UK & European tour

They’ll play four dates in the UK this November in support of new album ‘Father Of The Bride’.

Fresh from revealing their new video for ‘Sunflower’ just yesterday, Vampire Weekend have confirmed details of a UK and European tour.

Ezra Koenig and co. will take to the road this November following three intimate London shows later this week. They’ll make stops in Edinburgh, Manchester, Birmingham and London before heading to Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam.

The tour is in support of their upcoming new album ‘Father Of The Bride’, which will be released on 3rd May. So far, they’ve shared four tracks: ‘Sunflower’, ‘Big Blue’, ‘Harmony Hall’ and ‘2021’.

The tour dates are as follows.

NOVEMBER
07 Usher Hall, Edinburgh, UK
08 O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester, UK
11 O2 Academy, Birmingham, UK
13 Alexandra Palace, London, UK
16 Zenith, Paris, France
18 Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium
19 AFAS Live, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Fans who have pre-ordered the album by Tuesday 19th March will have first access to pre-sale tickets from 10am the following day, before tickets go on general sale at 10am next Friday 22nd March.

Watch the band’s new video for ‘Sunflower’ - as directed by Jonah Hill - below.

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