The Weather Station announces 2022 UK and European tour

Tamara Lindeman is heading out on tour in support of new album 'Ignorance'

The Weather Station has announced a UK and European tour set to kick off in 2022.

The Canadian folk musician and actor Tamara Lindeman’s musical project released its critically acclaimed fifth album, ‘Ignorance’, earlier this year, and Lindeman has now revealed that she will be heading out on tour to support the LP.

This year, the Weather Station will play Bonnaroo, Summerfest, and the Pitchfork Music Festival in September, before touring Canada in November. The tour will then continue in early 2022 with shows across the US and Europe.

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The European leg of the tour will kick off in the UK on March 22 in Brighton. Other UK stops will include Manchester, Dublin and London. The tour will then move to Brussels on March 25 and end in Zurich on April 7. Lindeman will also perform at Barcelona’s Primevera festival on June 22.

“The ‘Ignorance’ tour will present Lindeman’s sophisticated new sound performed by a full band,” according to a press release.

Tickets go on sale of Friday, June 11 at 10am local time. You can buy tickets here.

The Weather Station 2022 tour dates:

MARCH, 2022

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15 – Brighton, UK – Komedia
16 – Bristol, UK – Thekla
17 – Manchester, UK – The Deaf Institute
18 – Dublin, IE – Workmans Club
19 – Belfast, UK – Black Box
21 – Glasgow, UK – Mono
22 – Leeds, UK – Brudenell Social Club
23 – London, UK – Scala
25 – Brussels, BE – Botanique
26 – Paris, FR – La Boule Noire
27 – Amsterdam, NL – Paradiso Noord
28 – Berlin, DE – Frannz Club
30 – Copenhagen, DK – Loppen
31 – Oslo, NO – Bla

APRIL, 2022

1 – Stockholm, SE – Debaser / Bar Brooklyn
2 – Gothenburg, SE – Oceanen
4 – Hamburg, DE – Nochtwache
5 – Cologne, DE – Blue Shell
6 – Munich, DE – Milla
7 – Zurich, CH – Bogen F

JUNE, 2022

22 – Barcelona, ES – Primavera

In a four-star review of ‘Ignorance’, NME‘s Leonie Cooper called it “an album that pulses with energy, one that’s not a dancefloor record in the traditional sense…but one with an insistent groove woven into its 10 delicately emotive songs, which deal with love in all its messy permutations.”

The review added: “Although there’s evidently a break-up at the heart of ‘Ignorance’, this is an album that’s far more about the joy of freedom than it is the sorrow of an ending.”

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