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IDLES announce massive 2024 world tour

IDLES have announced a massive world tour and shared details of upcoming shows – kicking off in Spring 2024. See full dates and ticket details below.

  • READ MORE: IDLES share ‘Dancer’ and tell us about “transgressive” new album ‘TANGK’

The band shared the details for their 2024 European gigs previously, and have now announced a run of dates that will see them make stops in the US, UK, Ireland and Mexico.

March 2024 will see IDLES make their way through Europe with stops in major cities such as Milan, Paris, Amsterdam, Antwerp, Prague and more, before closing with remaining stops in Germany and Sweden. In May, the band will head out to the United States and play a handful of shows in Vancouver, Portland, Seattle, Oakland, San Fransisco, Houston, Dallas, Orlando, and New Orleans.

Joe Talbot of IDLES performs at Finsbury Park on June 30, 2023 in London, England. (Photo by Jim Dyson/Getty Images)

From there, they will travel to the UK to play shows in Cardiff, Halifax, Margate and Cornwall during the month of July. September will see them back in the US for a string of East Coast dates in Asheville, Atlanta, Chicago, Toronto, Montreal and Boston. They will then make their way to Mexico to play Guadalajara, Monterrey and Mexico City.

During November 2024, IDLES will take on Ireland, playing shows in Belfast and Dublin followed by the UK where they will make stops in Glasgow, Nottingham and Newcastle before playing London’s Alexandra Palace. The tour will finally wrap up in December with stops in Brighton and Birmingham followed by two nights at the O2 Apollo in Manchester.

A ticket pre-sale will be available for fans who pre-order IDLES upcoming LP ‘Tangk’ from the band’s official web store before 4pm GMT on Tuesday (December 4). General sale will commence next Friday (December 8) at 9am local time. Visit here for UK tickets and here for US tickets.

IDLES 2024 world tour dates are:

1- Hong Kong,Clockenflap
2 – Bangkok, Maho Rasop Festival
29 – Porto, Super Bock Arena
MARCH 2024
1 – Madrid, Wizinik
2 – Barcelona, Sant Jordi Club
5 – Milan, Alcatraz
7 – Paris, Zenith
8 – Amsterdam, NL, AFAS
9 – Antwerp, Lotto Arena
11 – Prague, SaSaZu
12 – Luxembourg, Rockhal
14 – Zurich, Halle 622
15 – Berlin – Max-Schmeling-Halle
16 – Hamburg, Sporthalle
18 – Stockholm, Annexet
19 – Copenhagen, KB Hallen
21 – Cologne, Palladium
22 – Munich, Zenith
23 – Frankfurt, Jahrhunderthalle
MAY 2024
3 – Vancouver, PNE Forum
4 – Portland, Roseland Theater
7 – Seattle, Paramount Theatre
10 – Oakland, Fox Theater
11 – San Francisco, The Warfield
13 – Hollywood, Palladium
18 – Denver, The Mission Ballroom
21 – Austin, Moody Amphitheater
22 – Houston, White Oak Music Hall
23 – Dallas, South Side Ballroom
JUNE 2024
10 – Fort Lauderdale, Revolution Live
11 – Orlando, House of Blues
13 – New Orleans, The Fillmore
JULY 2024
12 – Cardiff, Castle
13 – Halifax, The Piece Hall
20 – Margate, Margate Summer Series
21 – Cornwall, The Wyldes
14 – Asheville, Rabbit Rabbit
15 – Atlanta, Tabernacle
18 – Chicago, Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom
20 – Toronto, Coca-Cola Coliseum
21 – Montreal, MTELUS
24 – Boston, Roadrunner
1 – Guadalajara, Guanamor Teatro Estudio
2 – Monterrey, Showcenter Complex
4 – Mexico City, Pepsi Centre
17 – Belfast, Telegraph
19 – Dublin, Olympia
23 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
24 – Newcastle, O2 City Hall
25 – Nottingham, Rock City
29 – London, Alexandra Palace
1 – Brighton, The Brighton Centre
3 – Birmingham, O2 Academy 
6 – Manchester, O2 Apollo
7 – Manchester, O2 Apollo

The tour is in support of the band’s fifth studio album ‘Tangk‘ which is set for release on February 16 via Partisan. The LP’s lead single ‘Dancer’ featuring James Murphy and Nancy Whang of LCD Soundsystem, was released back in October.

Speaking to NME about the album, IDLES frontman Joe Talbot said: “When I started this album, I said to Bowen: ‘I want to make people dance, I want people to feel the love that I need in my life, I want to make people move, I want our music to be infectious again – and I want it to be infectious in a way that makes people feel, not think. I want to feel part of something electric again’”

He continued: “I wanted to elaborate and transgress from 2021’s ‘CRAWLER’, which was the start of something new for us. When something feels as electric as ‘CRAWLER’ did, I just wanted to continue it and to evoke a sense of purpose with what we are as musicians.”

Elsewhere, IDLES BBC Radio 1 DJ Annie Mac and a host of MPs have backed a campaign for a ban on rap lyrics being used in court.

They have written an open letter that can be signed by anyone, with notable signatories also including lawyer Lady Chakrabarti and Labour MPs Nadia Whittome and Kim Johnson.

Whittome is due to table new legislation drafted by the Art Not Evidence group – formed last year by a group of lawyers, academics and music industry professionals – in the next parliamentary session which will call for a rigorous set of tests to determine whether prosecutors should be allowed to put rap evidence, including lyrics, recorded tracks, and music videos in front of juries.

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