Echo And The Bunnymen are hitting the road on tour to celebrate 40 years of magical songs!
Echo And The Bunnymen UK + Dublin 2021 Tour Dates:
Sheffield City Hall Oval Hall, 07 May
Birmingham O2 Academy, 08
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, 10
London Roundhouse, 12
Cambridge Corn Exchange, 14
Norwich Nick Rayns LCR UEA, 15
Northampton Royal And Derngate, 16
Leeds O2 Academy, 18
Bristol O2 Academy, 19
Bexhill-on-Sea De La Warr Pavilion, 21
Bournemouth O2 Academy, 22
Cardiff St David’s Hall, 23
Glasgow Barrowland, 25
Gateshead Sage One, 26
Nottingham Rock City, 28
Manchester Albert Hall, 31
Glasgow Barrowland, 02 June ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, 04 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Manchester Albert Hall, 06 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
The alternative rock band will play a career spanning set, featuring a selecting of tracks from their 13 studio albums. These include their debut release ‘Crocodiles’ (1980) and influential follow-up records ‘Heaven Up Here’ (1981), ‘Porcupine’ (1983) and ‘Ocean Rain’ (1984). Some of their more recent notable releases include ‘Evergreen’ (1997) and ‘What Are You Going To Do With Your Life?’ (1999) and ‘Siberia & Meteorites’ (2014). Their latest album ‘The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon’ dropped back in autumn 2018.
Fans can look forward to hearing some of the Bunnymen’s biggest hits, such as ‘Rescue’, ‘The Cutter’, ‘The Killing Moon’ and ‘Lips Like Sugar’.
Don’t miss Echo And The Bunnymen live on tour next year!
FIVE FAST BAND FACTS:
- The band first formed in Liverpool in 1978.
- They made their debut in November that same year as the opening act for The Teardrop Explodes at Eric’s Club in Liverpool.
- Frontman Ian McCulloch has famously called their hit ‘The Killing Moon’ “the greatest song ever written”.
- Coldplay, The Killers, Red Hot Chilli Peppers and The Flaming Lips are just some of the bands who have said to have been inspired by The Bunnymen.
- Still relevant when it comes to popular culture, their songs have recently appeared in popular Netflix series ‘Stranger Things’ and ’13 Reasons Why’.