The Black Keys to Tour UK, Europe in 2023

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The Black Keys have announced initial details of the European leg of their Dropout Boogie Tour starting in June. Following shows in Luxembourg and the Netherlands, the band will be joined by special guests Spoon for concerts in Paris, London, Manchester, Glasgow, Cologne, and Hamburg. The Black Keys will play festival sets in Italy, Portugal, and Spain in July. Pre-sale tickets for the June dates will be open to the band’s fan club, The Lonely Boys & Girls Club, on December 13; general on-sale begins December 16. This marks The Black Keys’ first European tour since 2015. 

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The Black Keys have announced initial details of the European leg of their Dropout Boogie Tour in the summer of 2023, including UK arena dates. Following shows at Rockhal in Luxembourg and a set at Pinkpop in the Netherlands June 15 and 17, the band will be joined by special guests Spoon for concerts in Paris, London, Manchester, Glasgow, Cologne, and Hamburg. Singer/guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney will also play festival sets in Italy, Portugal, and Spain in July. Pre-sale tickets for the newly announced dates in June will be open to the band’s fan club, The Lonely Boys & Girls Club, on Tuesday, December 13; general on-sale begins Friday, December 16.

“After eight long years we are excited to say The Black Keys are coming back to Europe and the UK,” the band says. “We can’t wait to see you at the shows in these iconic venues.”

See below for all of the currently announced dates; for all the latest, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

These dates mark The Black Keys’ first European tour since 2015. Following an acclaimed, 32-date North American run earlier this year, the duo’s set features songs from their new album, Dropout Boogie, and past favorites like “Howlin’ for You,” “Lonely Boy,” and “Gold on the Ceiling.” Dropout Boogie, released in May, is up for Grammy Awards for Best Rock Album and Best Rock Performance for the album track “Wild Child.” Dan Auerbach is up for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical.

THE BLACK KEYS ON TOUR

Jun 15 Rockhal Esch-sur-Alzette, LUXEMBOURG
Jun 17 Pinkpop Landgraf, NETHERLANDS
Jun 18 Zénith Paris* Paris, FRANCE
Jun 21 The O2* London, UK
Jun 22 AO Arena* Manchester, UK
Jun 24 OVO Hydro* Glasgow, UK
Jun 27 Palladium* Cologne, GERMANY
Jun 28 Stadtpark Open Air* Hamburg, GERMANY
     
Jul 1 I-Days Villasanta, ITALY
Jul 6 NOS Alive Festival Lisbon, PORTUGAL
Jul 7 Mad Cool Festival Madrid, SPAIN
     

*w/special guest Spoon

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The Black Keys 2022-12 by Larry Niehues
  • Thursday, December 8, 2022
    The Black Keys to Tour UK, Europe in 2023
    Larry Niehues

    The Black Keys have announced initial details of the European leg of their Dropout Boogie Tour in the summer of 2023, including UK arena dates. Following shows at Rockhal in Luxembourg and a set at Pinkpop in the Netherlands June 15 and 17, the band will be joined by special guests Spoon for concerts in Paris, London, Manchester, Glasgow, Cologne, and Hamburg. Singer/guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney will also play festival sets in Italy, Portugal, and Spain in July. Pre-sale tickets for the newly announced dates in June will be open to the band’s fan club, The Lonely Boys & Girls Club, on Tuesday, December 13; general on-sale begins Friday, December 16.

    “After eight long years we are excited to say The Black Keys are coming back to Europe and the UK,” the band says. “We can’t wait to see you at the shows in these iconic venues.”

    See below for all of the currently announced dates; for all the latest, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    These dates mark The Black Keys’ first European tour since 2015. Following an acclaimed, 32-date North American run earlier this year, the duo’s set features songs from their new album, Dropout Boogie, and past favorites like “Howlin’ for You,” “Lonely Boy,” and “Gold on the Ceiling.” Dropout Boogie, released in May, is up for Grammy Awards for Best Rock Album and Best Rock Performance for the album track “Wild Child.” Dan Auerbach is up for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical.

    THE BLACK KEYS ON TOUR

    Jun 15 Rockhal Esch-sur-Alzette, LUXEMBOURG
    Jun 17 Pinkpop Landgraf, NETHERLANDS
    Jun 18 Zénith Paris* Paris, FRANCE
    Jun 21 The O2* London, UK
    Jun 22 AO Arena* Manchester, UK
    Jun 24 OVO Hydro* Glasgow, UK
    Jun 27 Palladium* Cologne, GERMANY
    Jun 28 Stadtpark Open Air* Hamburg, GERMANY
         
    Jul 1 I-Days Villasanta, ITALY
    Jul 6 NOS Alive Festival Lisbon, PORTUGAL
    Jul 7 Mad Cool Festival Madrid, SPAIN
         

    *w/special guest Spoon

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