Bombay Bicycle Club Announces North American Tour

Today, acclaimed British guitar band Bombay Bicycle Club have confirmed North American tour dates in support of their new album, My Big Day. The tour, which kicks off in March, will see the band make stops throughout the U.S., Canada and Mexico including the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto, the Beanfield Theatre in Montreal, and the Vogue Theatre in Vancouver. Tickets for U.S. and Canada will be available for general on-sale on Friday, November 10 at 10AM local time and tickets for Mexico will be available next Wednesday, November 15 at 11AM local time. See full routing below.

My Big Day was released last month, debuting at #3 on the UK Album Charts marking the band’s highest charting album since 2014’s #1 UK Album, So Long, See You Tomorrow, their 3rd Top 5 album and their 5th Top 10. The album features an eclectic host of guest vocalists that perfectly encapsulates the breadth of the band’s widespread appeal, including Chaka Khan, Damon Albarn, Jay Som, Nilüfer Yanya, and Holly Humberstone.

Frontman Jack Steadman sits on both sides of the glass for the duration of the record, having previously produced their fourth album So Long, See You Tomorrow, and co-production with John Congleton for 2020’s Everything Else Has Gone Wrong. Additional production comes from Paul Epworth on the track “Heaven” and Ben Allen who co-produces “Turn The World On.” The record was mixed by Dave Fridmann (renowned for his work with The Flaming Lips, Mercury Rev, MGMT, HAIM).

European Headline Tour
November 13—Riviera—Madrid
November 14—Sala Apolo—Barcelona
November 16—Alcatraz, Milan
November 17—Tonhalle—Munich
November 18—Docks—Lausanne
November 19—Docks—Hamburg
November 21—Trabendo—Paris
November 22—Columbiahalle—Berlin
November 23—Niebo—Warsaw
November 25—De Roma—Antwerp
November 26– Live Music Hall, Cologne
November 27—Melkweg—Amsterdam
November 28—Melkweg—Amsterdam

2024 UK & Ireland Tour
January 29—The Telegraph Building—Belfast
January 30—3 Olympia Theatre—Dublin
January 31—3 Olympia Theatre—Dublin
February 2—O2 Academy—Birmingham
February 3—Centre—Brighton
February 5—Beacon—Bristol
February 6—Rock City—Nottingham
February 8—O2 Academy—Sheffield
February 9—The Nick Rayns LCR, UEA—Norwich
February 10—Corn Exchange—Cambridge
February 12—Barrowland—Glasgow
February 15—O2 City Hall—Newcastle
February 16—O2 Apollo—Manchester
February 18—Great Hall—Cardiff
July 12—Alexandra Palace Park—London

North American Tour
March 4—Nashville, TN—Brooklyn Bowl
March 5—Atlanta, GA—Variety Playhouse
March 7—Houston, TX—White Oak Music Hall (Downstairs)
March 8—Austin, TX—Emo’s
March 9—Dallas, TX—Granada Theater
March 10—Omaha, NE—The Admiral
March 11—Lawrence, KS—Liberty Hall
March 13—Minneapolis, MN—First Avenue
March 14—Chicago, IL—Metro
March 15—Toronto, ON—Danforth Music Hall
March 16—Montreal, QC—Beanfield Theatre
March 18—Boston, MA—Royale
March 19—Brooklyn, NY—Brooklyn Steel
March 20—Philadelphia, PA—Union Transfer
March 21—Washington, D.C.—930 Club
April 30—San Francisco, CA—The Fillmore
May 3—Vancouver, BC—Vogue Theatre
May 4—Seattle, WA—The Showbox
May 5—Portland, OR—Revolution Hall
May 6—Boise, ID—Knitting Factory
May 8—Boulder, CO—Boulder Theater
May 9—Denver, CO—Ogden Theatre
May 12—Las Vegas, NV—Brooklyn Bowl
May 13—San Diego, CA—Observatory North Park
May 14—Santa Ana, CA—Observatory Santa Ana
May 15—Los Angeles, CA—The Bellwether
May 17—CDMX, MX—Auditorio Blackberry
May 18—Guadalajara , MX—Guanamor