The Last Dinner party announce headline UK & Ireland tour for this autumn


The Last Dinner Party have just unveiled plans for a sprawling 16-date tour across the UK and Ireland later this year, hot on the heels of their debut album Prelude To Ecstasy (slated for release on February 2nd).

After a whirlwind year, marked by winning both the BBC Radio 1 Sound of 2024 and the BRIT Rising Star Award, the band are riding high on success. They’re all set to celebrate with a headline show at London’s Roundhouse just before their album drops before embarking on this extensive tour.

Fans keen to catch The Last Dinner Party live can snag tickets from February 7th for pre-sale and February 9th for general sale. The band’s return to Europe will be marked by a string of sold-out headline dates, followed by their first-ever headline tour in the US, spanning March and April.

The Last Dinner Party have quickly evolved from a buzzed-about new act to a powerhouse in the indie scene. Their journey, which began with a stunning performance at Glastonbury, has led them to sell out major venues and grace festival stages nationwide. Their unique blend of gothic rock and anthemic balladry has captivated live audiences and underscored their songwriting talent.

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The Last Dinner Party UK & Ireland autumn tour

23rd September – O2 City Hall, Newcastle
24th September – O2 Academy, Leeds
25th September – Octagon Centre, Sheffield
27th September – The LCR, UEA, Norwich
28th September – The Engine Shed, Lincoln
29th September – Tramshed, Cardiff
1st October – O2 Academy, Birmingham
2nd October – Rock City, Nottingham
4th October – O2 Academy, Bristol
5th October – O2 Guildhall, Southampton
7th October – 3Olympia, Dublin
10th October – O2 Academy, Glasgow
11th October – O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
12th October – Mountford Hall, Liverpool
14th October – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
16th October – Eventim Apollo, London

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