Bastille announce new UK tour including London show - how to get tickets, presale details and tour dates

The new tour coincides with the 10th anniversary of their hit album Bad Blood, which featured the hit ‘Pompeii
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Bastille have announced a brand new UK tour, with a date in London pencilled in. It’s been a whirlwind year for the band, who performed all over the UK including The Victorious Festival in Portsmouth.

Earlier this year, the popular UK boy band completed an extensive sold-out UK arena tour, followed by sold-out shows in both the US and South America. Next up they take the ‘Give Me The Future’ tour to Europe playing thirteen shows across 10 countries, in locations such as Poland and more.

Their UK arena tour this year was in support of their studio album ‘Give Me The Future’. It was released in 2022 and was a roaring success, labelled as “Their best album” by both Rolling Stone and Clash.

Their 2023 arena tour will mark 10 years since the band released their number one album ‘Bad Blood’. It was released three years after the band initially formed, and featured the hit album Pompeii.

Despite more recent hits, Pompeii remains their biggest song to date. It is one of two songs to hit over one billion streams on Spotify, alongside ‘Happier’ a collaboration with the DJ known as Marshmello.

When are Bastille performing in London?

Bastille are set to bring their Bad Blood X tour to London at the Alexandra Palace Park on Friday, July 14 2023.

How to get tickets to see Bastille in London

Tickets to see Bastille in London next year are not yet on sale. They are set to go on general sale on Friday, November 4 2022 at 10am and can be purchased from Ticketmaster.

Where else are they performing?

The band will embark on a special 10-show tour across the UK and Ireland in the summer of 2023. Their full UK and Ireland tour dates are:

  • Wednesday 28th June - Dublin Trinity Summer Series
  • Friday 30th June – Newmarket Racecourse
  • Saturday 1st July - Margate Dreamland
  • Sunday 2nd July - Devon Powderham Castle
  • Friday 7th July - Manchester Castlefield Bowl
  • Sunday 9th July - Bridlington Spa
  • Thursday 13th July - Leeds Millennium Square
  • Friday 14th July - London Alexandra Palace Park
  • Wednesday 19th July - Warwick Castle
  • Sunday 23rd July - Ludlow Castle

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