Bon Iver announce European arena tour

Supported by Aaron Dessner's Big 37d03d Machine

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Following the release of fourth album i,i, Bon Iver have announced a European arena tour for spring 2020, including five UK dates.

Justin Vernon and crew will be supported by his longtime collaborator Aaron Dessner of The National, convening a group billed as Aaron Dessner’s Big 37d03d Machine (in reference to the pair’s 37d03d/People festival and the related Big Red Machine album).

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Peruse the full list of Bon Iver tourdates below. Tickets will be available on Friday (September 13) from here.

15 Apr – Lisbon, PT @ Altice Arena
16 Apr – Madrid, ES @ WiZink Center
17 Apr – Barcelona, ES @ Palau Sant Jordi
20 Apr – Berlin, DE @ Mercedes-Benz Arena
23 Apr – Antwerp, BE @ Sportpaleis
24 Apr – Amsterdam, NL @ Ziggo Dome
26 Apr – London @ SSE Arena Wembley
27 Apr – Birmingham @ Arena Birmingham
29 Apr – Leeds @ First Direct Arena
30 Apr – Manchester @ Manchester Arena
01 May – Glasgow @ The SSE Hydro
03 May – Dublin @ 3Arena

Watch a video about how Bon Iver are upsizing their live show for arenas:

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