Björk has announced a special orchestral tour which is due to take place this summer. Check out the full schedule below.
Following on from last year’s acclaimed ‘Cornucopia’ theatrical tour, the Icelandic artist will offer fans yet another unique spectacle this July.
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Kicking off in Moscow on July 2, the stint will see Björk showcase acoustic string arrangements of tracks from her extensive back catalogue.
Further shows will follow in Helsinki and Berlin, along with a two-night billing at Paris’ Seine Musicale venue.
Björk will then return to UK shores to play her previously-announced headline show at Bluedot Festival, which takes place at Cheshire’s iconic Jodrell Bank Observatory. The festival appearance will see Björk perform alongside Manchester’s historic Halle Orchestra.
Tickets for the Björk Orchestral tour will go on general sale this coming Friday (February 28) at 10 am. You can purchase them here.
Reviewing Björk’s Cornucopia show in London last year, NME wrote: “In its most audacious moments, [the concert] works wonderfully, disrupting your expectations and giving you something even better.”
Described as “breathtaking” by fans, the show also included a message from environmental campaigner Greta Thunberg. The words “Imagine a future. Be in it” were simultaneously projected across the stage.