See: Goldfrapp announce March / April UK Tour Dates

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It’s been a big 2013 for Goldfrapp. They’ve cemented their place amongst the best electro-pop outfits out there, which was underlined by the release of their album, Tales of Us. Their sixth album showed that is packed with delicate, almost folky songs, and is, by some stretch their best album, certainly since Supernature, and maybe a match for 2000’s brilliant Felt Mountain.

They’ve recently finished a European tour of major cities, and have also appeared at several festivals, from Manchester International Feetival to Lovebox, where they headlined. On top of that Alison Goldfrapp has been busy curating her first ever art exhibition over at the Lowry in Salford, which is on right now and runs until March, as part of the galleries ‘Performer as Curator’ series.

They band have now announced a series of live dates for next March / April, which takes in a host of the countries iconic venues, starting at Birmingham’s Symphony Hall, before finishing at Gateshead’s Sage. Tickets are already on sale, so go grab some – more information available at

26 March Birmingham Symphony Hall

27 March Manchester The Lowry

29 March Brighton Dome

30 March Portsmouth Guildhall

1 April Bristol Colston Hall

2 April Reading Hexagon

4 April Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

5 April York Barbican

7 April Gateshead Sage

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3 responses to “See: Goldfrapp announce March / April UK Tour Dates

  1. Booked my tickets last night for their date in York. The last time I saw them was when I was heavily pregnant, it was at Brighton Dome. I love Tales of Us, one of my favourite albums this year.

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