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Tindersticks

Tindersticks Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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Followers 39,007
Category Alternative, Pop, Indie
Concerts
Sep
30
Hibernia Theater
Prague
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Oct
02
Theater Akzent
Wien
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Oct
03
Theater Akzent
Wien
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Oct
04
Theater Akzent
Wien
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Oct
05
Prinzregententheater
München
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Oct
06
Schauspiel Leipzig
Leipzig
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Oct
07
Theater des Westens
Berlin
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Oct
09
Göta Lejon
Stockholm
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Oct
10
Sentrum Scene
Oslo
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Oct
11
Pustervik
Göteborg
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Oct
12
Konservatoriets Koncertsal
Frederiksberg
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Oct
13
Kampnagel
Hamburg
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Oct
15
Muziekgebouw Eindhoven
Eindhoven
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Oct
16
Tivoli
Utrecht
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Oct
17
Cirque Royal
Brussels
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Oct
21
Brighton Dome
Brighton
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Oct
23
New Century Hall
Manchester
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Oct
24
Bristol Beacon
Bristol
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Oct
25
Birmingham Town Hall
Birmingham
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Oct
26
The Octagon
Sheffield
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Oct
29
Háskólabíó
Reykjavík
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Oct
31
Teatro al Parco
Parma
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Nov
02
CT Theater
Galatsi
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Nov
04
Teatro Coliseum
Madrid
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Nov
06
PALAU DE LA MÚSICA
Barcelona
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Nov
08
Teatro Municipal da Covilhã
Covilhã
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Nov
09
Teatro José Lúcio da Silva
Leiria
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Nov
10
Teatro Aveirense
Aveiro
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Nov
11
Casa da Música
Porto
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Nov
12
Aula Magna
Lisboa
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Nov
15
Atabal
Biarritz
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Nov
16
La Halle aux Grains
Toulouse
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Nov
17
Lyon National Opera
Lyon
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Nov
18
Bonlieu Scène Nationale Annecy
Annecy
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Nov
20
Le Pin Galant
Mérignac
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Nov
21
Espace Encan
La Rochelle
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Nov
23
Le Trident
Cherbourg-en-cotentin
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Nov
26
Théâtre des Arts
Rouet
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Nov
26
Opéra de Rouen Haute-Normandie - Théâtre des Arts
Rouen
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Nov
27
le lieu unique
Nantes
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Nov
28
le lieu unique
Nantes
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Nov
29
National Theater of Brittany
Rennes
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Nov
30
Le Quartz de Brest
Brest
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Mar
07
Musikhuset Aarhus
Århus
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Mar
09
Konzerthaus Dortmund
Dortmund
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Mar
10
Queen Elizabeth Hall
Antwerpen
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Mar
11
Koninklijk Theater Carré
Amsterdam
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Mar
12
Salle Pleyel
Paris
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Mar
14
Pavilion Theatre
Glasgow
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Mar
15
3Olympia Theatre
Dublin
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Mar
17
Royal Albert Hall
London
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About Tindersticks
Tindersticks is an alternative band from Nottingham, England. Their sound is characterized by a synthesis of orchestral backing, lounge jazz, and soul; the lush orchestrations of multi-instrumentalist Dickon Hinchliffe and the smoky baritone of lead vocalist Stuart A. Staples are the band's hallmarks. Tindersticks have employed electric guitars, as most rock bands have done, but augment their instrumentation with a wide array of instruments: Rhodes piano, glockenspiel, vibraphone, violin, trumpet, trombone, clarinet, bassoon, Hammond organ, and many more are prominently utilized in the music of Tindersticks. The band has a cult following in the United Kingdom and continental Europe, although the eclectic and unique sound Tindersticks possesses never made significant inroads in the mainstream. Personnel * Stuart Ashton Staples, born 14 November 1965 - Lead voice, guitar, melodica * Dickon James Hinchliffe, born 9 July 1967 - violin, guitar, voice, piano, string and brass arrangements * Neil Timothy Fraser, - born 22 November 1962 - lead guitar, vibraphone * David Leonard Boulter, born 27 February 1965 - keyboards, percussion * Alasdair Robert De Villeneuve Macaulay, born 2 August 1965 - drums, percussion, trumpet * Mark Andrew Colwill, born 12 May 1960 - bass guitar The band formed in late 1991, Staples, Boulter, Frazer, Macauley and Hinchcliffe having previously been members of Asphalt Ribbons. The final band line-up for the "old horse" mini-LP (1991) was: Stuart Staples (vocals) Dave Boulter (organ & accordion) Neil Fraser (guitar) Dickon Hinchliffe (Guitar & strings) Al Macauley (percussion & drums) John Thompson (bass). Mark Colwill was recruited when John Thompson left the Asphalt Ribbons, but it is not sure if he played any gigs under the Asphalt Ribbons name. Then they changed their name to Tindersticks after Stuart A. Staples discovered a box of German matches on a Greek beach. Tindersticks started recording demo tapes in 1992, and were signed by Tippy Toe Records who released their first single, "Patchwork". Their self-titled first and second albums established their signature sound and received widespread critical acclaim. Their live performances, often augmented by large string sections and even, on occasion, a full orchestra, were rapturously received. (The live album Bloomsbury Theatre 12.3.95 is a recording of one such concert.) By the time of the third album, Curtains, however, it was clear that a change of direction was called for. There was a certain ennui to the songs, and the lengthy "Ballad of Tindersticks" was a weary swipe at the pressures of being a touring band. The fourth album, Simple Pleasure, lived up to its title with a series of snappy, direct songs influenced by soul music. The female backing vocals on several tracks, and the respectful cover of Odyssey's "If You're Looking For A Way Out", signalled the band's wish to move towards lighter, more soulful material. However, the inner sleeve's documentation of the number of takes each track went through was evidence that the band continued to adopt a painstaking approach to recording. The fifth album, Can Our Love, continued the band's soulful direction, in particular evidence on the tender "Sweet Release" and in the nod to the Chi-Lites in the title of "Chilitetime". The sixth and most recent album, Waiting For The Moon, was more stripped down and introspective in nature, particularly on the harrowing "4.48 Psychosis" (based on the play of the same name by the British playwright Sarah Kane) and "Sometimes It Hurts". Only the bouncy "Just A Dog" lightened the otherwise melancholy mood of the album. In 2005 Staples embarked on a solo career and there was resultant speculation that the band had split. Staples has so far produced two solo albums, Lucky Dog Recordings 03-04 and Leaving Songs. The title of the second album, and Staples' notes on it, indicate that Tindersticks may indeed be at an end: "These are songs written on the verge of leaving the things I loved and stepping into a new unknown life, both musically and personally. I was always aware that these songs were the end of something, a kind of closing a circle of a way of writing that I started so long ago and I knew I had to move on from." In September 2006, the band played a one-off concert at London's Barbican Centre, performing their second album in full with a nine-member string section and two brass players, including former collaborator Terry Edwards on trumpet. This concert brought the band's members back together. A new recording process in 2007 resulted in a new album, The Hungry Saw, which was released on April 28th 2008. In the meantime, in July 2007, Island Records had released The BBC Sessions, a double CD compilation of the band's sessions for BBC radio programmes. As well as their six studio albums, the band has produced the soundtracks for two films by the French director Claire Denis, Nenette et Boni and Trouble Every Day. They recorded a cover of the Four Tops song, "What Is A Man", for the theme to the British TV series The Sins. The Tindersticks song Tiny Tears was featured prominently in the Series 1 episode "Isabella" of HBO's The Sopranos. Additionally, a version of "Running Wild" was played during the ending credits of the penultimate episode of the series, "The Blue Comet". In the Season One Finale of Brotherhood, "El Diablo En El Ojo" is used twice. * Tindersticks (aka First Album) (This Way Up, 1993) * Tindersticks (aka Second Album) (This Way Up, 1995) * Curtains (This Way Up, 1997) * Simple Pleasure (Island, 1999) * Can Our Love... (Beggar's Banquet, 2001) * Waiting for the Moon (Beggar's Banquet, 2003) * BBC Sessions (2007) See the band's site at www.tindersticks.co.uk.
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Genres
Alternative, Pop, Indie
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Tindersticks Tour Cities
London, United Kingdom Paris, France Århus, Denmark Amsterdam, Netherlands Dublin, Ireland Antwerpen, Belgium Glasgow, United Kingdom Dortmund, Germany Vienna, Austria Galátsi, Greece Porto, Portugal Barcelona, Spain Hamburg, Germany Cherbourg-en-Cotentin, France La Rochelle, France Sheffield, United Kingdom Göteborg, Sweden Parma, Italy Nantes, France Prague, Czechia Leipzig, Germany Eindhoven, Netherlands Lisbon, Portugal Toulouse, France Stockholm, Sweden Biarritz, France Birmingham, United Kingdom Manchester, United Kingdom Brussels, Belgium Annecy, France Berlin, Germany Bristol, United Kingdom Covilhã, Portugal Brest, France Rouen, France Madrid, Spain Lyon, France Reykjavík, Iceland Frederiksberg, Denmark Leiria, Portugal Mérignac, France Utrecht, Netherlands Rennes, France Munich, Germany Oslo, Norway Brighton, United Kingdom Rouet, France Aveiro, Portugal

Frequently Asked Questions About Tindersticks

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Tindersticks on tour?

Yes, Tindersticks is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Tindersticks concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Tindersticks tour is scheduled for 51 dates across 48 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Tindersticks scheduled to play?

Tindersticks is scheduled to play 51 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Tindersticks tour start?

Tindersticks’s tour starts Sep 30, 2024 and ends on Mar 17, 2025. They will play 48 cities; their most recent concert was held in Prague at Hibernia Theater and their next upcoming concert will be in Paris at Salle Pleyel.

What venues is Tindersticks performing at?

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

2024 Tour Dates:

Sep 30 - Prague, Prague @ Hibernia Theater
Oct 02 - Wien, Austria @ Theater Akzent
Oct 03 - Wien, Austria @ Theater Akzent
Oct 04 - Wien, Austria @ Theater Akzent
Oct 05 - München, Germany @ Prinzregententheater
Oct 06 - Leipzig, SN @ Schauspiel Leipzig
Oct 07 - Berlin, Germany @ Theater des Westens
Oct 09 - Stockholm, Sweden @ Göta Lejon
Oct 10 - Oslo, Akershus @ Sentrum Scene
Oct 11 - Göteborg, Västra Götaland @ Pustervik
Oct 12 - Frederiksberg, Denmark @ Konservatoriets Koncertsal
Oct 13 - Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany @ Kampnagel
Oct 15 - Eindhoven, Noord-Brabant @ Muziekgebouw Eindhoven
Oct 16 - Utrecht, UT @ Tivoli
Oct 17 - Brussels, 11 @ Cirque Royal
Oct 21 - Brighton, United Kingdom @ Brighton Dome
Oct 23 - Manchester, England @ New Century Hall
Oct 24 - Bristol, ENG @ Bristol Beacon
Oct 25 - Birmingham, United Kingdom @ Birmingham Town Hall
Oct 26 - Sheffield, United Kingdom @ The Octagon
Oct 29 - Reykjavík, Iceland @ Háskólabíó
Oct 31 - Parma, Emilia-Romagna @ Teatro al Parco
Nov 02 - Galatsi, Greece @ CT Theater
Nov 04 - Madrid, Community Of Madrid @ Teatro Coliseum
Nov 06 - Barcelona, CT @ PALAU DE LA MÚSICA
Nov 08 - Covilhã, Castelo Branco @ Teatro Municipal da Covilhã
Nov 09 - Leiria, Leiria @ Teatro José Lúcio da Silva
Nov 10 - Aveiro, Aveiro @ Teatro Aveirense
Nov 11 - Porto, 17 @ Casa da Música
Nov 12 - Lisboa, Lisboa @ Aula Magna
Nov 15 - Biarritz, Nouvelle-Aquitaine @ Atabal
Nov 16 - Toulouse, France @ La Halle aux Grains
Nov 17 - Lyon, RA @ Lyon National Opera
Nov 18 - Annecy, RA @ Bonlieu Scène Nationale Annecy
Nov 20 - Mérignac, FR @ Le Pin Galant
Nov 21 - La Rochelle, 17 @ Espace Encan
Nov 23 - Cherbourg-en-cotentin, Normandie @ Le Trident
Nov 26 - Rouet, France @ Théâtre des Arts
Nov 26 - Rouen, Normandie @ Opéra de Rouen Haute-Normandie - Théâtre des Arts
Nov 27 - Nantes, France @ le lieu unique
Nov 28 - Nantes, France @ le lieu unique
Nov 29 - Rennes, France @ National Theater of Brittany
Nov 30 - Brest, Bretagne @ Le Quartz de Brest

2025 Tour Dates:

Mar 07 - Århus, Midtjylland @ Musikhuset Aarhus
Mar 09 - Dortmund, NW @ Konzerthaus Dortmund
Mar 10 - Antwerpen, Belgium @ Queen Elizabeth Hall
Mar 11 - Amsterdam, The Netherlands @ Koninklijk Theater Carré
Mar 12 - Paris, Île-de-France @ Salle Pleyel
Mar 14 - Glasgow, United Kingdom @ Pavilion Theatre
Mar 15 - Dublin, Ireland @ 3Olympia Theatre
Mar 17 - London, United Kingdom @ Royal Albert Hall
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