Bloc Party toured their debut album ‘Silent Alarm’ in full last year, including a London show at Alexandra Palace, and they’ve been drip-feeding new shows for 2019 where they’ll play the album in full.
The set is due to come to a handful of UK headline shows as well as a select number of festivals.
The band have now revealed that the tour will cross the Atlantic and land in North America for six shows split between September and November.
The run will begin on 16th September in Washington DC, before they play Philadelphia, Boston and New York.
They’ll then return in November for gigs in Los Angeles and San Francisco.
View the band’s full itinerary below.
20 Cologne, Palladium
21 Berlin, Zitadele
22 Hurricane Festival
23 Southside Festival
25 Leipzig, Parkbuhne
28 Bristol, Canon’s Marsh Amphitheatre
29 Brighton, Centre
05 Manchester, Castlefield Bowl
06 Brugge, Cactus Festival
12 Newcastle, Spillers Wharf
13 Birmingham, O2 Academy
09 Glasgow, Kelvingrove Park Bandstand
17 Trondheim, Pstereo Festival
24 Portsmouth, Victorious Festival
16 Washington DC, Anthem
17 Philadelphia, Franklin Music Hall
19 Boston, House of Blues
20 New York, Central Park Summerstage
19 Los Angeles, Palladium
20 San Francisco, Masonic
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