Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds are headed back out on tour in 2017 after completing a number of appearances in Australia and New Zealand from October 2016 to January of this year. Now, the legendary rocker and his band are coming to North America, and then headed out on an extended tour of the United Kingdom and Europe. Check out these tour dates and ticketing information below to learn when you can see Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds live this year.
This tour is in support of the band’s latest album, 2016’s Skeleton Tree. The record was released with the band’s documentary film, One More Time With Feeling, in September as a “one night only” feature presentation. On March 3, 2017, though, you can get a copy of this documentary on Blu-Ray and DVD, according to Pitchfork. To purchase this documentary, head over to Cave’s official merchandise website.
According to Consequence of Sound, Cave’s Bad Seeds lineup will consist of musicians Warren Ellis, Martyn Casey, Thomas Wydler, Jim Sclavunos, Conway Savage, George Vjestica, and Larry Mullins, aka Toby Dammit.
Ticketing information for the following concert dates can be found at Cave’s official website. Here are the complete 2017 tour dates for Cave and his band (so far).
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds’ 2017 tour dates:
May 26 and 27 in Brooklyn, NY at Kings Theatre.
May 29 in Montreal, Quebec at Metropolis.
May 31 in Toronto, ON at Massey Hall.
June 1 in Toronto, ON at Massey Hall.
June 3 in Detroit, MI at Masonic Temple Theatre.
June 5 in Philadelphia, PA at Electric Factory.
June 7 in Asheville, NC at Thomas Wolfe Auditorium.
June 8 in Pittsburgh, PA at The Warhol at Carnegie Music Hall
June 10 in Boston, MA at Boch Center Wang Theatre.
June 13 and 14 in New York, NY at Beacon Theatre.
June 16 in Chicago, IL at Auditorium Theatre.
June 18 in Denver, CO at Paramount Theatre.
June 19 in Salt Lake City, UT at Kingsbury Hall.
June 21 in Portland, OR at Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall.
June 22 in Vancouver, BC at Queen Elizabeth Theatre.
June 24 in Berkeley, CA at Greek Theatre.
June 26 in San Diego, CA at Civic Theatre.
June 29 in Los Angeles, CA at Greek Theatre.
September 24 in Bournemouth, UK Bournemouth at International Centre.
September 25 at Manchester, UK Arena.
September 27 in Glasgow, UK at The SSE Hydro.
September 28 in Nottingham, UK at Motorpoint Arena.
September 30 in London, UK at The O2.
October 3 in Paris, France at Zénith.
October 6 in Amsterdam, Netherlands at Ziggo Dome.
October 7 in Frankfurt, Germany at Jahrhunderthalle.
October 9 in Hamburg, Germany at Sporthalle.
October 10 in Luxembourg at Rockhal.
October 12 in Düsseldorf, Germany at Mitsubishi Electric Halle.
October 13 in Antwerp, Belgium at Sportpaleis.
October 16 in Oslo, Norway at Spectrum.
October 18 in Stockholm, Sweden at Ericsson Globe.
October 20 in Copenhagen, Denmark at Royal Arena.
October 22 in Berlin, Germany at Max-Schmeling Halle.
October 24 in Warsaw, Poland at Torwar.
October 26 in Prague, Czech Rep. at O2 Arena.
October 28 in Belgrade, Serbia at Kombank Arena.
October 30 in Ljubljana, Slovenia at Dvorana Tivoli.
November 1 in Vienna, Austria at Stadthalle.
November 2 in Munich, Germany at Zenith.
November 4 in Padova, Italy at Kioene Arena.
November 6 in Milan, Italy at Forum.
November 8 in Rome, Italy at PalaLottomatica.
November 12 in Zurich, Switzerland at Hallenstadiona.
November 13 at the Geneva, Switzerland Arena.
November 16 in Athens, Greece at Faliro Sports Arena (Tae Kwon Do).
November 19 in Tel Aviv, Israel at Menorah Arena.
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