Arcade Fire sell out UK tour

Tickets are snapped in just a few hours

Tickets for the UK leg of Arcade Fire‘s European tour have sold out just hours after going on sale this morning (January 12).

The shows are the first large gigs the band will play around the release of their forthcoming second full length album ‘Neon Bible’ on March 5.

Due to demand the band expanded their London Brixton Academy run from two to four nights (March 14-17), but a spokesperson for the band confirmed that all the tickets were now sold out.


The full list of European dates is:

Dublin Olympia (March 5,6)

Manchester Apollo (8,9)

Glasgow Barrowlands (11,12)

London Brixton Academy (14,15,16,17)

Paris Olympia (19,20)


Stockholm Circus (23)

Oslo Centrum Scene (24)

Copenhagen Vega (25)

Berlin Postbanhof (27)

Munich Elserhalle (28)

Lyon Transbordeur (31)

Cologne E-Live Music Hall (April 1)

Utrecht Vredenburg (2)

Brussels Halles de Schaerbeek (4)

Lille L’Aeronef (5)

As previously reported, Arcade Fire precede these dates with five small sold-out shows in London, kicking off on January 29.

The shows are at:

St John’s Smith Square (January 29,30,31)

Porchester Hall (February 1,2)


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