The shows will focus on his work with Brian Eno
The shows, dubbed ‘Songs Of David Byrne And Brian Eno’, will see Byrne play songs from the ‘Everything That Happens Will Happen Today’ album – his first co-writing collaboration with former Talking Heads-producer Eno in 27 years.
Although Eno won’t be appearing onstage, Byrne is expected to play songs covering his and Eno‘s artistic relationship, which includes Talking Heads material and 1981’s ‘My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts’ album.
‘Everything That Happens Will Happen Today’ was self-released in August 2008.
The full list of dates is as follows:
Dusseldorf Tonhalle (March 9)
Antwerp Koningin Elisabethzaal (10)
Hamburg CCH2 (12)
Frankfurt Alte Oper (14)
Copenhagen Falkoner Theatre (16)
Stockholm Cirkus (17)
Oslo Sentrum Scene (19)
Malmo Concert House (20)
Hannover Theater am Aegi (22)
Berlin Tempodrom (23)
Utrecht MC Vredenburg (24)
Paris Olympia (25)
Bristol Colston Hall (27)
Birmingham Symphony Hall (29)
Manchester Bridgewater Hall (30)
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall (31)
Gateshead The Sage (April 1)
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall (3)
Sheffield City Hall (4)
Dublin National Concert Hall (6)
Belfast Waterfront (7)
Oxford New Theatre (9)
Nottingham Royal Centre (11)
London Royal Festival Hall (12/13)
Brighton Dome (14)
Tickets for the shows on sale from 9am on October 3.