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Sigur Ros add Manchester to their 2022 World Tour

Sigur Rós today announce a raft of UK and European dates added to their 2022 World Tour, beginning in Lisbon, Portugal on 28 September and running through to a massive homecoming date at Laugardalshöllin, Reykjavík, on 25 November. The new shows follow last month’s announcement of dates in Mexico, Canada and the United States this Spring and Summer. The tour will be the band’s first in almost five years.

Tickets for the new shows are on sale at 9am GMT / 10am CET on Friday 18 March via See below for the full list of dates announced so far.

Sigur Rós are in the process of writing and recording their first new studio album since 2013’s Kveikur and will air new songs at the shows, alongside material drawn from their acclaimed 25 year discography. Sigur Rós founding members J ónsi and Georg Holm are joined in the studio and on tour by former member Kjartan Sveinsson, who is rejoining the band almost a decade after stepping away to focus on other projects.

Sigur Rós – World Tour 2022 – new dates in BOLD
Sat. 30/4 – Festival Vaivén, Mexico
Tue. 3/5 – Citibanamex Auditorium, Monterrey Thu. 5/5 – Auditorio Telmex Guadalajara
Mon. 9/5 Orpheum Theatre – Vancouver, BC
Wed. 11/5 Theater of the Clouds – Portland, OR
Fri. 13/5 Paramount Theatre – Seattle, WA
Sat. 14/5 Paramount Theatre – Seattle, WA
Tue. 17/5 Frost Amphitheater – Stanford, CA
Thu. 19/5 Shrine Auditorium – Los Angeles, CA
Mon. 23/5 ACL Live at the Moody Theater – Austin TX
Tue. 24/5 ACL Live at the Moody Theater – Austin TX
Wed. 25/5 Winspear Opera House – Dallas, TX
Fri. 27/5 Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre – Atlanta, GA
Sat. 28/5 Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, TN
Tue. 31/5 State Theatre – Minneapolis, MN
Wed. 1/6 Riverside Theater – Milwaukee, WI
Fri. 3/6 Masonic Temple Theatre – Detroit, MI
Sat. 4/6 Auditorium Theatre – Chicago, IL Mon. 6/6 The Anthem – Washington, D.C.
Tue. 7/6 The Met Philadelphia – Philadelphia, PA
Wed. 8/6 Boch Center Wang Theatre – Boston, MA
Fri. 10/6 Place des Arts – Montreal, QC
Sat. 11/6 Meridian Hall – Toronto, ON
Tue. 14/6 Kings Theatre – Brooklyn, NY
Fri. 17/6 Beacon Theatre – New York, NY
Sat. 18/6 Beacon Theatre – New York, NY
Wed. 28/9 Campo Pequeno – Lisbon, Portugal Thu. 29/9 WiZink Center – Madrid, Spain
Sat. 1/10 Sant Jordi Club – Barcelona, Spain
Mon. 3/10 Kioene Arena – Padova, Italy
Tue. 4/10 Mediolanum Forum – Milan, Italy
Wed. 5/10 Zenith – Munich, Germany
Fri. 7/10 Halle 622 – Zurich, Switzerland
Sat. 8/10 Gasometer – Vienna, Austria
Sun. 9/10 O2 universum – Prague, Czech Republic
Tue. 11/10 Tempodrom – Berlin, Germany
Sat. 15/10 Arena Riga – Riga, Latvia
Mon. 17/10 House of Culture – Helsinki, Finland
Wed. 19/10 Hovet – Stockholm, Sweden
Thu. 20/10 Spektrum – Oslo, Norway
Sat. 22/10 K.B. Hallen – Copenhagen, Denmark Mon. 24/10 Expo XXI – Warsaw, Poland
Wed. 26/10 Rockhal – Esch/Alzette, Luxembourg Thu. 27/10 Palladium – Cologne, Germany
Sun. 30/10 Jahrhunderthalle – Frankfurt, Germany
Tue. 1/11 AFAS Live – Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Wed. 2/11 Forest National – Brussels, Belgium
Fri. 4/11 Zénith – Paris, France
Mon. 7/11 O2 Apollo – Manchester, UK
Thu. 10/11 O2 Academy Brixton – London, UK
Fri. 11/11 O2 Academy Brixton – London, UK
Mon. 14/11 SEC Armadillo – Glasgow, UK
Thu. 17/11 3Arena – Dublin, Ireland
Fri. 25/11 Laugardalshöllin – Reykjavík, Iceland

Sigur Rós are one of the most successful bands of recent times and one of Iceland’s most successful acts of all time, with six number ones in their home country and a trio of Platinum albums globally. In the years since Kveikur, the band launched the ‘Liminal’ soundbaths and endless playlists, built around blissed-out re-imaginings of moments from Sigur Rós’s catalogue both familiar and obscure. In 2020 they released the almost mythical ‘lost’ recordings Odin’s Raven Magic, an orchestral album originally made nearly two decades prior. The band have also reissued their albums Agætis byrjunTakk( )Með suð i eyrum við spilum endalaust and Valtari on their own label, Krunk. Alongside this, frontman J ónsi has released two solo albums, Shiver, featuring contributions from A. G. Cook, Robyn and Liz Fraser, and the surprise album

Obsidian which coincided with his solo art exhibition at the Tanya Bonakdar Gallery in New York City.

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