Singer-songwriter Jacob Banks has announced an extensive UK and European tour which will take place in November and December.
The Village tour will be Jacob’s biggest one yet, spanning 17 shows across the UK and countries including Germany and Switzerland. Kicking off in Utrecht, Netherlands on November 24, the tour will continue through until December 20 where it will finish in Geneva, Switzerland.
Doing road again with the gang
First off is the European leg of the ‘Village’ tour
– 48h Spotify presale: Tuesday 18th September – 9am UK time
General on sale: Thursday 20th September – 9am UK Time
Hope to see your wonderful faces there ??? pic.twitter.com/PEcBZSrVDj
— Jacob Banks (@MrJacobBanks) September 17, 2018
Village Tour 2018
Sat 24 November – Tivoli – Utrecht, Netherlands
Tue 27 November – Live Music Hall – Cologne, Germany
Wed 28 November – Docks – Hamburg, Germany
Thu 29 November – Astra Kulturhaus – Berlin, Germany
Fri 30 November – Gibson – Frankfurt, Germany
Sun 02 December – Vega – Copenhagen, Denmark
Mon 03 December – Berns – Stockholm, Sweden
Tue 04 December – Rockefeller Music Hall – Oslo, Norway
Sat 08 December – Academy – Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Mon 10 December – St. Luke’s – Glasgow, Scotland
Tue 11 December – Manchester Academy – Manchester, England
Wed 12 December – The Roundhouse – London, England
Thu 13 December – Birmingham O2 Academy2 – Birmingham, England
Sat 15 December – Le Trianon de Paris – Paris, France
Mon 17 December – X-tra – Zurich, 8005, Switzerland
Tue 18 December – Bierhuebeli -Bern, Switzerland
Thu 20 Dec – Thonex Live – Geneva, Switzerland
A presale via Spotify is now live, however, general tickets will be available here from 9am on Thursday (September 20).
Jacob’s tour will be in support of his highly anticipated debut album Village, which is due for release on November 2. The album will include ‘Unknown (To You)’, ‘Chainsmoking’, and the newly released ‘Be Good To Me’ featuring Seinabo Sey.
In Jacob’s own words, Village “is about celebrating the things that make us who we are, the good, the bad, and the questionable”. The 14-track offering will chronicle Jacob’s experiences, taking on life with narratives that are both personal and universal.