PJ Harvey announces UK tour

Including two shows at London’s Brixton Academy

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PJ Harvey will play 17 headline dates across Europe later this year, including two shows at London’s Brixton Academy in October, followed by Glasgow, Manchester and Wolverhampton.

Harvey has played a number of festivals – including London’s Field Day and Glastonbury Festival – in support of her The Hope Six Demolition Project album.

The tour has been directed by theatre director Ian Rickson, dressed by Ann Demeulemeester, with lighting by Adam Silverman and set design by multi-media artist Jeremy Herbert. Harvey is joined by long-time collaborators John Parish, Mick Harvey and Jean-Marc Butty, and friends Alain Johannes, Terry Edwards, James Johnston, Kenrick Rowe, Alessandro Stefana and Enrico Gabrielli.


The full list of live dates, including two festivals, is:

Oct 10 Falconer, Copenhagen, Denmark
Oct 12 Tower Hall, Warsaw, Poland
Oct 13 Forum Karlin Hall, Prague, Czech Republic
Oct 15 Palladium, Cologne, Germany
Oct 16 HMH, Amsterdam, Holland
Oct 18 Rockhal, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg
Oct 19 Forest National, Brussles, Belgium
Oct 21 Zenith, Paris, France
Oct 23 Alcatraz, Milan, Italy
Oct 24 Obihall, Florence, Italy
Oct 25 Hallenstadion Club, Zurich, Switzerland
Oct 27 Coliseum, Lisbon, Portugal
Oct 28 Bime Festival, Bilbao, Spain
Oct 30 Brixton Academy, London, UK
Oct 31 Brixton Academy, London, UK
Nov 2 SECC, Glasgow, UK
Nov 3 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester, UK
Nov 4 Starworks Warehouse, Wolverhampton, UK
Nov 6 Iceland Airwaves Festival, Reykjavik, Iceland

Tickets for London on sale Wednesday 13 July at 9am BST. Tickets for Glasgow, Manchester and Wolverhampton on sale Friday 15 July at 9am BST. For information visit


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