Booking now Nilüfer Yanya announces huge UK/European tour

Nilüfer Yanya announces huge UK/European tour

The new run follows a support tour with Interpol.

Nilüfer Yanya returned last week with new single ‘Heavyweight Champion Of The Year’, and she’s now announced details of a huge UK and European tour for next year.

The singer is set to support Interpol on their massive UK and European run, beginning this week with two huge London shows at the Royal Albert Hall, and after heading to the US in support of Sharon Van Etten early next year, will head out on her own headline run.

The tour begins in Istanbul in late March, running through the entirety of April and finishing in early May. It features a huge London headline show at EartH in Hackney. The UK shows will also come with support from Westerman.

In our review of her new single, we said: “The tension of the jaggedy back-and-forth of the majority of the track is released gorgeously as drums and backing vocals crash in for a soaring end, and ‘Heavyweight Champion Of The Year’ is as unpredictable, left-of-centre and thrilling as we’ve come to expect from the singer.”

View the tour dates - with the new headline shows in bold - and watch the ‘Heavyweight Champion Of The Year’ video below.

14 London, Royal Albert Hall*
15 London, Royal Albert Hall*
16 Manchester, Apollo*
18 Dublin, Olympia*
19 Dublin, Olympia*
20 Dublin, Olympia*
23 Hamburg, Mehr! Theatre*
24 Copenhagen, TAP1*
25 Berlin, Tempodrom*
27 Utrecht, Tivoli Vrendenburg*
28 Brussels, Forest National*
29 Paris, La Salle Pleyel*

07 Philadelphia, Union Transfer^
08 Boston, Royale^
09 New York City, Beacon Theatre^
11 Toronto, Danforth Music Hall^
13 Detroit, Majestic Theatre
14 Chicago, Thalia Hall^
16 Minneapolis, First Avenue^
18 Englewood, Gothic Theatre^
19 Salt Lake City, Metro Music Hall^
21 Portland, Crystal Ballroom^
22 Vancouver, The Imperial^
23 Seattle, Neptune Theatre^
26 San Francisco^
28 San Diego, The Observatory North Park

01 Los Angeles, The Theatre^
28 Istanbul, Babylon

03 Glasgow, CCA$
04 Manchester, YES$
05 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club$
06 Newcastle, Cluny$
08 Leicester, O2 Academy$
09 London, EartH$
11 Birmingham, Hare & Hounds$
12 Bristol, Thekla$
3 Oxford, O2 Academy$
14 Brighton, Haunt$
16 Amsterdam, Bitterzoet
17 Hamburg, Nochtwache
18 Berlin, Kantine am Berghain
19 Rotterdam, Motel Mozaique
21 Vienna, Chelsea Club
22 Munich, Ampere
24 Zurich, Exil
25 Cologne, Blue Shell
26 Paris, Le Point Ephemere
29 Brussels, Les Nuits Botanique Festival
30 Nijmegen, Merleyn

01 Utrecht, ACU

*with Interpol
^with Sharon Van Etten
$with support from Westerman

More like this

Walking On The Wild Side: St. Vincent

Walking On The Wild Side: St. Vincent

Reinventing herself again with a new Warholian muse, a ‘70s obsession and the most revealing glimpse into her personal history yet, ‘Daddy’s Home’ finds St. Vincent revelling in life’s multiplicities.