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Future Islands - UK and European Tour Dates
Future Islands : UK and European Tour Dates
20th January 2017

Baltimore heroes Future Islands will make a very welcome return to the UK and mainland Europe for a string of live shows this Spring.

Samuel T. Herring, William Cashion and Gerrit Whelmers play their first European headline shows since 2015, beginning at Astra in Berlin on 21st March before heading to the UK in late April.  The trio will also visit Barcelona and Paris the following month,and headline the Iveagh Gardens in Dublin in the summer.  Tickets for all headline shows, excluding Dublin, go on general sale at 10am on 25th January.

A pre-sale via Spotify (UK only) and Songkick (excluding Dublin and Paris dates) will begin two days prior at 10am on 23rd January.  Tickets for the Iveagh Gardens show go on sale at 9am, January 27th.

21st – Astra, Berlin, Germany [TICKETS]

27th – Barrowlands, Glasgow, UK [TICKETS]
28th – Stylus, Leeds, UK [TICKETS]
29th – O2 Academy, Liverpool, UK [TICKETS]
30th – Dome, Brighton, UK [TICKETS]

2nd – Rock City, Nottingham, UK [TICKETS]
3rd – O2 Academy, Bristol, UK [TICKETS]
6th – Razzmatazz, Barcelona, Spain [TICKETS]
9th – Elysee Montmartre, Paris, France [TICKETS]

30th  - Rock Werchter, Belgium [TICKETS]

6th – Iveagh Gardens, Dublin, Ireland [TICKETS]

16th -19th – Paredes de Coura Festival, Tabuao, Portugal [TICKETS]

The North Carolina natives will also play Belgium’s Rock Werchter festival, in addition to confirmed appearances at this year’s Coachella, Bonnaroo and Panorama festivals in North America.

Reacquaint yourself with Singles, Future Islands’ fourth studio album, and the tracks ‘Seasons (Waiting On You)’ and ‘A Dream Of You And Me’.

The most important band in the universe.” - The Quietus
At their most joyously pop… Future Islands’ ecstatic melancholy has never sounded so free.” - MOJO ****
A brilliant, bewitching album.” - Q ****
Only the most hardened of hearts could resist Future Islands.” - NME 8/10
Stirring synth-pop writ in bold emotional colours.” - Uncut 8/10
The Guardian **** | The Daily Telegraph **** | The Times ****