The Lumineers are set to return to the UK next summer for a huge run of outdoor tour dates – see the list of shows below and buy tickets here.
The folk band released new album ‘Brightside’ in January of this year, and will bring it across the pond in the summer of 2022.
“We are so excited to return to Europe and the UK again and to reconnect with our amazing fans,” the band said in a statement. “We’ll see you out there!”
The tour, which is dubbed ‘climate positive’ and features a host of environmental measures, begins in Dublin on June 2, heading through Europe before reaching the UK on July 5 for a gig at Edinburgh Castle.
Further gigs in Cardiff and London will follow, before the tour wraps up at Halifax’s Piece Hall on July 9.
See the full list of dates below. Tickets go on sale here from 10am local time on Friday, November 11.
2 – Dublin, St Anne’s Park
5 – Berlin, Verti Music Hall
6 – Warsaw, Cos Torwar
7 – Prague, Sportovni Hala Fortuna
9 – Copenhagen, Falconer Hall
12 – Stockholm, Annexet
14 – Bergen, Bergenfest
16-18 – Scheebel, Hurricane Festival
16-18 – Tuttlingen, Southside Festival
23 – Milan, Carroponte
24 – Ferrara, Ferrara Summer Festival
26 – Rome, Cavea Auditorium
27 – Macerata, Arena Sferisterio
2 – Werchter, Rock Werchter
5 – Edinburgh, Edinburgh Castle
7 – Cardiff, Cardiff Castle
8 – London, Crystal Palace Park
9 – Halifax, Piece Hall
The new tour follows The Lumineers’ run of 2020 dates, which was dubbed as the world’s first major climate positive tour.
For the new run, the band are continuing to partner with environmental non-profit organisation REVERB.org.
A statement said: “The band has committed to a comprehensive climate action program via REVERB’s Music Climate Revolution campaign, which, in addition to reducing the tour’s environmental footprint and engaging fans to take action at the shows, will support projects that directly and measurably eliminate greenhouse gases while benefitting diverse global communities.
“These efforts will make the tour climate positive; eliminating significantly more greenhouse gas pollution than the tour emits including fan travel to and from shows.”