Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds have announced a pretty-bloody-massive UK tour for later this year.
The run, in support of last year’s devastating ‘Skeleton Tree’ LP, begins in Bournemouth on 24th September, and ends the following weekend with a massive London show at the O2 Arena.
Talking about his return to playing live after the death of his son Arthur in 2015, Cave said: “We’ve been in a strange place, I’m coming out and blinking into the light… It’s good to be playing again.”
View the tour dates below. Tickets are on sale next friday.
24 Bournemouth, BIC
25 Manchester, Arena
27 Glasgow, SSE Hydro
28 Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
30 London, O2 Arena
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