NEWS:  Sigur Rós announce UK and European tour dates.

NEWS: Sigur Rós announce UK and European tour dates.

Sigur Rós have confirmed a series of UK and European tour dates for 2022. The new shows follow last month’s announcement of US, Canadian and Mexican dates.  This tour will be their first in almost five years and the band plan to end with a massive homecoming show at Laugardalshöllin, Reykjavík on November 25th.

In the process of writing and recording their first new album since 2013’s Kveikur, Sigur Rós will play new material on the tour, alongside material from their vast discography. The new album will see former member Kjartan Sveinsson rejoin the band for the first time in almost a decade, working once again with founder members Jónsi and Georg Holm.

Tickets for the new shows are on sale on Friday 18th March via The European and UK legs of the tour are as follows:

Wed. 28/9 Campo Pequeno – Lisbon

Thu. 29/9 WiZink Center – Madrid

Sat. 1/10 Sant Jordi Club – Barcelona

Mon. 3/10 Kioene Arena – Padova

Tue. 4/10 Mediolanum Forum – Milan

Wed. 5/10 Zenith – Munich

Fri. 7/10 Halle 622 – Zurich

Sat. 8/10 Gasometer – Vienna

Sun. 9/10 O2 universum – Prague

Tue. 11/10 Tempodrom – Berlin

Sat. 15/10 Arena Riga – Riga

Mon. 17/10 House of Culture – Helsinki

Wed. 19/10 Hovet – Stockholm

Thu. 20/10 Oslo Spektrum – Oslo

Sat. 22/10 K.B. Hallen – Copenhagen

Mon. 24/10 Expo XXI – Warsaw

Wed. 26/10 Rockhal – Esch/Alzette

Thu. 27/10 Palladium – Cologne

Sun. 30/10 Jahrhunderthalle – Frankfurt

Tue. 1/11 AFAS Live – Amsterdam

Wed. 2/11 Forest National – Brussels

Fri. 4/11 Zénith – Paris

Mon. 7/11 O2 Apollo – Manchester

Thu. 10/11 O2 Academy Brixton – London

Fri. 11/11 O2 Academy Brixton – London

Mon. 14/11 SEC Armadillo – Glasgow

Thu. 17/11 3Arena – Dublin,

Fri. 25/11 Laugardalshöllin – Reykjavík

Photo: Hörður Óttarsson

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