Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds 2013 Tour News

Via MidnightMan:

“A Series of very special events to mark the forthcoming release of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds’ new album “Push The Sky Away”

Dates are:

February 10, 2013 London, Her Majesty’s Theater

February 11, 2013 Paris, LE Trianon

February 13, 2013 Berlin, Admiralspalast

February 12, 2013 LA, The Fonda Theater

The band will present the new album live, accompanied by strings & choir at one-off shows in London, Paris, Berlin & Los Angeles. The evening also includes an exclusive screening of a new short film about the making of Push The Sky Away by Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard.

Tickets on sale Thursday 17 Jan, 4.00pm GMT

BOOKMARK LINK:  Nick Cave  – Live


From NME (source)

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds reveal live date to support 2013 album release
The band have also sparked rumours of an appearance at Coachella festival in California

Tickets to see Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds at Humphrey’s ConcertsBy The Bay go on sale Thursday, Dec. 6, at 10:00 a.m. via Ticketmaster for $48.00 each plus service fees. LINK

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16 thoughts on “Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds 2013 Tour News

  1. ‘Extra tickets’ for Paris on sale tomorrow.

    Would like to know where the extra tickets come from? Seems to be a complete lack of openness and transparency in concert ticketing!

    It would be nice to think that they are tickets which they have not sent to identified scalpers, but I doubt that!

  2. About the festivals: Mick Harvey’s main complaint on his last tour with the Bad Seeds was that the songs suffered when played in the festival setting. Grinderman will do alright, tho.

    Tangentially: Probably a totally unfair comparison but Gogol Bordello can handle any sized crowd no matter what songs they play. I’ve seen Eugene Hutz do impromptu guitar solos in stairwells and then go out and play for 70,000 people and both performances had the same impact. He’s got that ‘knock em dead’ gift. Amazing, considering that Eugene plays an amplified acoustic guitar and the band doesn’t hide behind the sheer volume of electrified instrumentation. I don’t think GB can be matched under any circumstances in terms of versatility, audacity and crowd-pleasing entertainment. I make no apologies for loving this band. Here’s a favorite live clips Hurricane Festival 2011. If you dig GB, enjoy. It gets really good after 3.34 when they start Last One Goes the Hope, one of my favorite songs.

    Gogol Bordello – My Companjera / Last One Goes the Hope

    Gogol Bordello – Alcohol – Gasometer, Vienna, 2010

  3. The Bad Seeds and Grinderman have been confirmed for Coachella in April. I wonder if more West Coast dates will be added now? e.g. the San Diego date which was rumoured months ago.

    Great to see that Grinderman are still going.

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