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Bon Iver announces 22, A Million tour

Photo: Shirlaine Forrest / Getty Images)
Photo: Shirlaine Forrest / Getty Images)

Bon Iver just released its touring schedule for early 2017, dates that singer-songwriter Justin Vernon apparently trusted fans to understand without the need of a two-hour explanatory press conference. And you have to admit, that feels empowering. Anyway, it looks like the Wisconsin-based band will be spending much of the new year in Europe. Starting off big with an arena show in Paris on January 22, Bon Iver will then zig-zag around Europe for a few weeks before landing in the U.K. for a few dates in mid-February. The list of shows also includes the two-day Michelberger Music event in Berlin at the start of October, and some West Coast U.S. shows later that month.


The indie-folk band will be touring in support of its upcoming third studio album 22, A Million, scheduled for drop on September 30. This will mark its first new release since 2011’s acclaimed Bon Iver, Bon Iver.

Bon Iver 22, A Million tour Dates

10/1-2—Michelberger Music at Funkhaus—Berlin, Germany

10/18-20—Fox Theater—Oakland, CA (with Francis And The Lights)

10/22—Beach Goth—Orange County, CA

10/23—The Hollywood Bowl—Los Angeles, CA (with Patti Smith and Hiss Golden Messenger)


10/26—Copley Symphony Hall—San Diego, CA (with Julianna Barwick)

1/22—Le Zenith—Paris, France

1/23— Tivolivredenburg—Utretch, Netherlands

1/24— Jahrhunderthalle—Frankfurt, Germany

1/25—Samsung Hall—Zurich, Switzerland

1/27— Rockhal—Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg

1/29—Spektrum—Oslo, Norway -

1/30-31—Cirkus—Stockholm, Sweden

2/2-3—Den Grå Hal—Copenhagen, Denmark

2/5—Mehr! Theater—Hamburg, Germany

2/6—Tempodrom—Berlin, Germany

2/8—Forest National—Brussels, Belgium

2/10—Empress Ballroom—Blackpool, England

2/12-13—Playhouse Theatre—Edinburgh, Scotland

2/15-16—Roundhouse—London, England

2/19—Eventim Apollo Hammersmith—London, England

[via Pitchfork]


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