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Blues Pills

Blues Pills Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 63,540
Category Blues, Psycedelic Rock, Soul, Alternative, Blues Rock, Rock
Concerts
Jun
15
BBK Music Legends Festival 2024
Bilbao
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Aug
02
Wacken Open Air 2024
Wacken
Tickets
Oct
04
Gruenspan
Hamburg
Tickets
Oct
05
Luxor
Köln
Tickets
Oct
06
Botanique
Bruxelles
Tickets
Oct
08
Rescue Rooms
Nottingham
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Oct
09
The Garage
Glasgow
Tickets
Oct
11
Lafayette London
London
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Oct
12
Band on the Wall
Manchester
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Oct
13
Opium
Dublin
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Oct
15
Thekla
Bristol
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Oct
16
Maroquinerie
Paris
Tickets
Oct
18
Das Bett
Frankfurt Am Main
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Oct
19
Substage
Karlsruhe
Tickets
Oct
20
TivoliVredenburg
Utrecht
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Nov
01
Tavastia Club
Helsinki
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Nov
08
Pustervik
Göteborg
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Nov
09
Södra Teatern
Stockholm
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Nov
21
Pumpehuset
Copenhagen
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Nov
22
Vulkan Arena
Oslo
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Nov
29
Barba Negra
Budapest
Tickets
Nov
30
NIEBO
Warszawa
Tickets
Dec
01
Rock Café
Praha 1
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Dec
03
Hole44
Berlin
Tickets
Dec
04
Simm City
Vienna
Tickets
Dec
06
Backstage Halle
Munich
Tickets
Dec
07
Muhle Hunziken
Rubigen
Tickets
Dec
08
Circolo Magnolia
Segrate
Tickets
Dec
10
Razzmatazz 2
Barcelona
Tickets
Dec
11
Sala MON Live Madrid
Madrid
Tickets
Dec
13
Le Metronum
Toulouse
Tickets
Dec
14
Le Marché Gare
Lyon
Tickets
About Blues Pills
In the annals of 21st century rock music there are few bands so gleefully out of step with the fickle and ever-changing constraints of fashion than Blues Pills. Theirs is a pyrotechnic combination of thrilling live shows and reliably brilliant releases, and in defiance of expectation they’ve been received with open arms by countless fans of their decidedly analog but modern approach to the timeless songcraft of yesteryear. But if there were ever doubts about whether there was a place in the wider musical pantheon for these torch-bearers for keeping it real both in and outside of the studio, Blues Pills have obliterated them with commanding musicianship and a penchant for writing harpoon-sized hooks, proving time and time again that among rock fans there nothing more important than the quality of the songs themselves. It has now been nearly ten years since the stalwart Swedes stormed the scene with their blues-laden and soulful approach to rock and roll and they’ve shown no signs of slowing down. But if the swagger and fist-in-the-sir gusto of their 2014 self- titled debut worked as a bold statement of intent, it’s the consistency of their output – 2016’s rapturously-received Lady In Gold and 2020’s equally beloved Holy Moly! – that’s kept them in the frame, but now they’re ready to push the bar even further with their fourth studio release. They’ve named it Birthday, and as singer Elin Larsson explains, the band’s time in the studio saw the birth of more than just a record. “During the recordings of the album I discovered I was pregnant,” she says. “It wasn’t planned so I was a bit overwhelmed and it changed a lot but it actually made it easier for me to write for this album. With all the hormones I was way more emotional than usual, and I wanted to continue with my life even though I’m bringing a kid into the world. It should be natural to be both a mother and an artist, and I want my son Loui to be on that journey with me.” Elin explains that she was still recording and working on the final song in the studio at full term – on the very week she was due. As she posted on Instagram showing her bump, ‘I’m not only baking a new record, I’m baking something else too,’ and her experience of motherhood is something she’s keen to keep front and center. “I was doing double the work,” she says. “It’s hard being pregnant and still working like we had been. It’s incredible how the female body works, creating a life and carrying it for nine months. That’s a powerful statement and I need to figure out how to combine the two worlds: being a mom and being an artist. It's important for me because Blues Pills is my baby too! It’s not common for rock bands to have a female vocalist in the first place, but pregnant? I felt beautiful and more powerful because I had two hearts and two of everything.” Written and recorded in Sweden’s idyllic rural countryside as well as Recordia studios, Birthday took just 10 days to record. Produced by renowned songwriter and studio guru Freddy Alexander who’s worked with artists as diverse as The Chainsmokers and the Veronicas, there’s an irrepressible energy and live-feel to Blues Pills’ that bespeaks a confidence in their ability to craft new compelling sounds without tampering with the explosive formula that got them their start – a sound that’s as eclectic as it is heavy as it is fun, and their continuity is testament to their determination to progress, mature, and evolve their sound within a fickle industry. Slutet på sida 1. Sida 2. “Our style of music is able to cross boundaries a little bit,” says co-writer and guitarist Zack Anderson. “In a very short space of time we went from being a band that no-one had heard of to playing giant festivals and bigger shows than we could have imagined. We were quite young so that came with a lot of pressure. Now that we're older it’s easier to see that you should just do music for yourself. And it’s a blessing that we grew up in a time before all the technology totally took off. When we first started – when we recorded our first songs – it was with one of those Tascam cassette recorders – so you couldn't fix anything. So the only way to do it was to actually be able to perform the thing for real. That's where we started off from. I guess that set the tone for the rest of our career.” And, as Eilin explains, the creation of Birthday wasn’t just an affirmation of Blues Pills’ exceptional talents on and off the stage. It was a bonding experience for them as well. “I felt all the love for my bandmates that they were so supportive to me,” she says. “Everyone was like, ‘we're so happy, we will figure it out.’ So we became even closer as band members and friends. I’m grateful for that.”
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Genres
Blues, Psycedelic Rock, Soul, Alternative, Blues Rock, Rock
Band members
Zack Anderson - Guitar, Kristoffer Schander - bass, André Kvarnström - Drums, Elin Larsson - Vocals
Photos
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What fans are saying
Leandro
5 / 5
Fodástico!
Carioca Club São Paulo, Brazil
Oct 31, 2022
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Blues Pills Tour Cities
Toulouse, France Köln, Germany Warsaw, Poland Praha 1, Czech Republic Madrid, Spain Munich, Germany Göteborg, Sweden Manchester, United Kingdom Stockholm, Sweden Dublin, Ireland Utrecht, Netherlands Frankfurt am Main, Germany Bristol, United Kingdom Bilbao, Spain Karlsruhe, Germany London, United Kingdom Barcelona, Spain Budapest, Hungary Helsinki, Finland Lyon, France Glasgow, United Kingdom Segrate, Italy Brussels, Belgium Berlin, Germany Vienna, Austria Nottingham, United Kingdom Copenhagen, Denmark Rubigen, Switzerland Oslo, Norway Wacken, Germany Hamburg, Germany Paris, France

Frequently Asked Questions About Blues Pills

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Blues Pills on tour?

Yes, Blues Pills is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Blues Pills concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Blues Pills tour is scheduled for 32 dates across 32 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Blues Pills scheduled to play?

Blues Pills is scheduled to play 32 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Blues Pills tour start?

Blues Pills’s tour starts Jun 15, 2024 and ends on Dec 14, 2024. They will play 32 cities; their most recent concert was held in Bilbao at Bilbao Arena and their next upcoming concert will be in Köln at Luxor.

What venues is Blues Pills performing at?

As part of the Blues Pills tour, Blues Pills is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Jun 15 - Bilbao, Bizkaia @ Bilbao Arena
Aug 02 - Wacken, SH @ Wacken Open Air
Oct 04 - Hamburg, Germany @ Gruenspan
Oct 05 - Köln, Germany @ Luxor
Oct 06 - Bruxelles, Bruxelles @ Botanique
Oct 08 - Nottingham, Null @ Rescue Rooms
Oct 09 - Glasgow, SCT @ The Garage
Oct 11 - London, ENG @ Lafayette London
Oct 12 - Manchester, United Kingdom @ Band on the Wall
Oct 13 - Dublin, Ireland @ Opium
Oct 15 - Bristol, England @ Thekla
Oct 16 - Paris, IDF @ Maroquinerie
Oct 18 - Frankfurt Am Main, Germany @ Das Bett
Oct 19 - Karlsruhe, Germany @ Substage
Oct 20 - Utrecht, Netherlands @ TivoliVredenburg
Nov 01 - Helsinki, Finland @ Tavastia Club
Nov 08 - Göteborg, Västra Götaland @ Pustervik
Nov 09 - Stockholm, Sweden @ Södra Teatern
Nov 21 - Copenhagen, Hovedstaden @ Pumpehuset
Nov 22 - Oslo, 12 @ Vulkan Arena
Nov 29 - Budapest, Hungary @ Barba Negra
Nov 30 - Warszawa, Poland @ NIEBO
Dec 01 - Praha 1, Czech Republic @ Rock Café
Dec 03 - Berlin, Germany @ Hole44
Dec 04 - Vienna, Austria @ Simm City
Dec 06 - Munich, Germany @ Backstage Halle
Dec 07 - Rubigen, BE @ Muhle Hunziken
Dec 08 - Segrate, Italy @ Circolo Magnolia
Dec 10 - Barcelona, Spain @ Razzmatazz 2
Dec 11 - Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid @ Sala MON Live Madrid
Dec 13 - Toulouse, Occitanie @ Le Metronum
Dec 14 - Lyon, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes @ Le Marché Gare
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