Mitski announces UK and European tour

Mitski has announced a UK and European tour, set to take place during late April and throughout May next year.


The run of dates will include three nights at London’s Eventim Apollo, as well as shows in Edinburgh, Manchester and Dublin.

They will be in support of Mitski’s latest album, The Land Is Inhospitable And So Are We, which arrived last month.

The LP was the mercurial singer’s seventh studio album and marked something of a return to her roots, especially compared to her more grand, shimmering pop album Laurel Hell from last year.

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In our four-star review of The Land Is Inhospitable, whynow’s review of the album wrote: “Building a smaller world by diving deep into herself and the place she’s standing in, this album is a return to the intimacy Mitski has always mastered.

“Privately pulling at threads from her own life and the world around us, and picking apart the fibres of thoughts and feelings, the result is an album so distinctly weaved by the Mitski her fans know and love – and who feel privileged to hear from her.”

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And now, said Mitski across UK and Europe will be able to see just how that translates into the artist’s live shows.

Tickets go on sale this Friday, 20 October 20 (10am local time), with an artist pre-sale and Spotify pre-sale available from tomorrow, 18 October (also from 10am); remaining pre-sales go live on Thursday, 19 October.


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See the full list of UK and European shows below – and visit Mitski’s site for more information and to buy tickets.


27 – Usher Hall, Edinburgh
28 – Usher Hall, Edinburgh


01 – O2 Apollo, Manchester
02 – O2 Apollo, Manchester
04 – 3Arena, Dublin
06 – The Civic At The Halls, Wolverhampton
08 – Eventim Apollo, London
09 – Eventim Apollo, London
10 – Eventim Apollo, London
14 – Cirque Royal, Brussels
17 – Le Grand Rex, Paris
20 – Royal Theatre Carré, Amsterdam
21 – Royal Theatre Carré, Amsterdam
24 – Tempodrom, Berlin
25 – Tempodrom, Berlin
28 – Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt
30 – Theater 11, Zurich

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