Pulp have announced a series of UK & Ireland shows for spring/summer 2023, including festival slots at Neighbourhood Weekender, TRNSMT and Latitude Festival.

Pulp 2023 Tour Dates:

Bridlington Spa, 26 May
Neighbourhood Weekender @ Warrington Victoria Park, 28
Dublin St Annes Park, 09 June
London Finsbury Park, 01 July + Wet Leg
Manchester Castlefield Bowl, 04 + Baxter Dury ***EXTRA DATE***
TRNSMT @ Glasgow Green, 07
Scarborough Open Air Theatre, 09
Cardiff International Arena, 12
Sheffield Utlita Arena, 14 + Richard Hawley
Sheffield Utlita Arena, 15 + Richard Hawley
Latitude Festival @ Southwold Henham Park, 21
London Eventim Apollo, 28 + Lisa O’Neill ***EXTRA DATE***
London Eventim Apollo, 29 + Lisa O’Neill ***EXTRA DATE***

Tickets on sale now & Friday (02 June) at 9am from Ticketmaster AXS See Tickets

“Three months ago, we asked, What exactly do you do for an encore?”

“Well… An encore happens when the crowd makes enough noise to bring the band back to the stage. So… We are playing in the UK & Ireland in 2023. Therefore… Come along & make some noise. See you there.”

Jarvis Cocker October 2022

Over the summer, frontman Jarvis Cocker confirmed that the Britpop legends would be hitting the road next year for their first live gigs together since 2012.

The Sheffield group formed back in 1978, however they didn’t achieve commercial success until the 90s. Their breakthrough album ‘His ‘n’ Hers’ dropped in 1994, followed by their hugely successful fifth studio album ‘Different Class’ in 1995.

The critically and commercially acclaimed ‘Different Class’ became the band’s first No.1 album and was awarded the prestige Mercury Music Prize in 1996. The full-length features hit tracks ‘Common People’ and ‘Disco 2000’.

Pulp have not released any new music since 2012s ‘After You’. The standalone single was produced by James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem.

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