Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds have laid out their plans for a re-scheduled European tour.
Nick Cave was due to launch a career-spanning exhibition in Copenhagen this month, coupled with a full Bad Seeds tour.
Sadly, coronavirus intervened, prompting the opening of the exhibition to be pushed back, and the dates to be re-scheduled.
All tickets remain valid for the concerts, with Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds now confirming their re-scheduled plans.
The tour takes place in April 2021, opening in Birmingham on April 13th before hitting London for two nights at the O2 Arena.
Playing Leeds, Glasgow, and Manchester, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds will perform two shows in Dublin before hitting Cardiff on April 26th.
Full dates are as follows:
13 Birmingham Utilita Arena
15 London The O2
16 London The O2
18 Leeds First Direct Arena
20 Glasgow The SSE Hydro
21 Manchester Arena
23 Dublin 3Arena
24 Dublin 3Arena
26 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
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