Big Thief unveils extensive world tour through 2023

Big Thief has revealed a series of 2023 tour dates spanning the US, UK, Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand in support of the band’s 2022 album Dragon New Warm Mountain I believe in youa collection of 20 songs born from their collective pilgrimages to the Southwest, East and West coasts of America throughout 2020.

Kicking off in Seoul, Korea on November 12, 2022, the tour will span Australia and New Zealand and put the band on the stages of some of the biggest venues of their career. In the United States, the tour stops at iconic venues like the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville and will end at Radio City Music Hall in New York before continuing across Europe and ending on April 24, 2023 in Lisbon. , in Portugal.

The band recently canceled a series of concerts in Tel Aviv, Israel, in July after coming under fire for showing support for Israel and making a ‘big deal’ out of touring there during the ongoing conflict. between the nation and Palestine. The group wanted to visit the country as it is the birthplace of bassist Max Oleartchik and defended the shows saying they wanted to share their ‘homes, families and friends’ with each other to gain a ‘deeper understanding’. of how each member of the group grew up. at the top.

Dragon New Warm Mountain I believe in you

“We recognize that some aspects of our previous post have been written in an unclear manner and in avoiding the breadth and importance of this conversation,” the band wrote in a statement. “Our intention of wanting to play the shows in Tel Aviv, where Max was born, raised and currently lives, stemmed from a simple belief that music can heal. We now recognize that the shows we had booked do not respect this sentiment. We are sorry to those we hurt by the recklessness and naivety of our initial statement about playing Israel.

Big Thief Tour Dates, 2022/2023:

11-12 Seoul, Korea – Rolling Hall
11-14 Osaka, Japan – Club Quattro
11-15 Osaka, Japan – Club Quattro
11-17 Tokyo, Japan – The Garden Hall
11-18 Tokyo, Japan – W-East
11-21 Perth, Australia – Astor Theater
11-23 Melbourne, Australia – The Forum
11-24 Melbourne, Australia – The Forum
11-25 Melbourne, Australia – Melbourne Recital Hall
11-27 Sydney, Australia – Enmore Theater
11-30 Brisbane, Australia – Princess Theater
12-02 Auckland, New Zealand – Powerstation
12-03 Auckland, New Zealand – Powerstation
12-04 Wellington, New Zealand – Opera
01-31 Burlington, VT – Higher Ground
02-03 New Haven, Connecticut – College Street Music Hall
02-04 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Franklin Music Hall
02-05 Pittsburgh, PA – AE Stadium
02-07 Nashville, TN – The Ryman
02-09 Oxford, MS – Lyric Oxford
02-10 Fayetteville, AR – George’s Stately Lounge
02-11 Tulsa, OK – Cain’s Ballroom
02-15 Austin, TX – ACL at the Moody Theater
02-16 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall
02-17 New Orleans, LA – Orpheum Theater
02-18 Birmingham, AL – Iron City
02-20 Orlando, Florida – Beacham Theater
02-21 Miami, Florida – North Beach Music Shell
02-24 Atlanta, GA – East
02-25 Asheville, NC – Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
03-02 New York, NY – Radio City Music Hall
04-05 Gateshead, England – Sage Gateshead
04-06 Edinburgh, Scotland – Usher Hall
04-07 Manchester, England – O2 Apollo
04-08 Cardiff, Wales – Great Hall
04-11 London, England – O2 Academy Brixton
04-12 London, England – Eventim Apollo
04-15 Rotterdam, Netherlands – Motel Mozaïque Festival
04-16 Groningen, Netherlands – De Oosterpoort
04-18 Antwerp, Belgium – De Roma
04-22 Munich, Germany – Muffathalle
04-23 Milan, Italy – Alcatraz
04-26 Barcelona, ​​Spain – Razzmatazz
04-27 Valencia, Spain – Sala Moon
04-28 Madrid, Spain – The Riviera
04-29 Lisbon, Portugal – LAV Lisboa ao Vivo

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