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Tenacious D will return to Europe in summer 2023 for a run of shows, including a huge headline date in London.

London The O2, 16 June 2023

Tickets on sale Friday (04 November) at 10am from Ticketmaster AXS See Tickets

The acclaimed musical duo featuring Jack Black and Kyle Gass will return to the capital city to showcase their rock greatness to their army of loyal fans.

This will be the rock music icons first UK live date since 2019 when they played a run of sold-out shows that included two nights at Wembley Arena.

Fans can look forward to an energetic, riff-laden rock rollercoaster of a set featuring the band’s exhilarating catalogue of classic hits.

Over the last few months Tenacious D have released a medley of songs from the rock musical, Tommy by The Who in support of Everytown For Gun Safety. They have also launched their own fibre bars in the US called Fibre D’Lish, as well as hit the road for a string of sold-out US dates.


Following a variety series on HBO that aired in 1999, Tenacious D released their platinum self-titled album in 2001.

The duo released their first feature film together ‘Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny’ in November 2006 to critical acclaim, followed by the album ‘Rize of the Fenix’ in 2012, which received a Grammy nomination for Best Comedy Album.

In 2013 Black and Gass founded and hosted ‘Festival Supreme’, a music and comedy festival in Los Angeles. In 2014 they won a Grammy in the category of Best Metal Performance for their cover of Ronnie James Dio’s ‘The Last In Line’.

In 2018 Tenacious D released animated film ‘Tenacious D in Post-Apocalypto’, with each frame hand-drawn by Black and every character voiced by Black and Gass. Alongside the film, they also dropped the album ‘Post-Apocalypto’. In 2020 they went on to release the final piece to the Post-Apocalypto universe: ‘The Graphic Novel’.

Tenacious D will continue their quest to spread the message of rock n roll across the world and firmly retain their title as one of the greatest rock bands in the world. Ever.

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