Nick Cave has added a second London date to his forthcoming UK tour.
The Australian will now play London’s Hammersmith Eventim Apollo on May 2 as well as the previously confirmed May 3 date at the Royal Albert Hall.
The rest of the tour, which is billed as a solo performance but will also feature a backing band comprised of long-term Bad Seeds collaborator Warren Ellis and fellow Bad Seeds members Martyn Casey, Thomas Wydler and Barry Adamson, will see Cave perform four other UK dates as well as a number of shows in the rest of Europe.
Cave has stated that the shows will aim to “try to create a unique show – something special and out of the ordinary”.
Nick Cave’s UK dates are as follows:
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall (April 26)
Edinburgh Playhouse (28)
Gateshead Sage (29)
Nottingham Royal Concert Hall (30)
London Hammersmith Eventim Apollo (May 2)
London Royal Albert Hall (May 3)
Tickets are on sale now.
Meanwhile, 20,000 Days On Earth, a film documenting a day in the life of the singer is now screening in cinemas across the country.