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  • Thursday, 7 November 2024
  • Astra Kulturhaus
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Veranstalter: Trinity Music

The Last Dinner Party are excited to share details of a new European tour for the Autumn. The... more

The Last Dinner Party are excited to share details of a new European tour for the Autumn. The 13 dates kick off in Paris on 28th October and wraps up in Luxembourg on 16th November. The run includes two festival performances in Gdansk and Parma, and immediately follows the band’s long-since sold out UK tour throughout September and October.

Tickets for the new European dates are on general sale from Friday 17th May via the band’s website. Pre-sales will commence on Wednesday 15th May.

To sum up the impact The Last Dinner Party have had, or simply to try and summarise the highlights of their last twelve months would inevitably be doing the band an injustice. With sell out tours across the globe, chart-bothering singles, a fastest-selling number one album by a debuting band for years, a Rising Star BRIT Award, BBC Sound of 2024 winners and reams and reams of acclaim and social media discourse you’d be hard pushed to liken it to any new artist introducing themselves within the last decade, perhaps further beyond. The wildest of rides.

But amongst all the deafening noise stand five smart young musicians trying to ignore what they cannot control and instead leave a permanent impression out on the stages they’d always dreamed of performing on. A mesmerising, captivating live act, The Last Dinner Party started this journey honing their craft on the basement stages of London’s grassroots venues and have been telling their story to bigger capacity rooms across the UK, Europe and the US ever since. And with debut shows announced for Australia and Japan later this year, further headline tours across the US and UK (including three sold-out homecoming shows at London’s Hammersmith Apollo in the Autumn) and a handful of Summer festival performances (including a big return to Glastonbury) where all eyes look set to fall squarely on them, 2024 has quickly become as exciting a next chapter as their opening bow.

Britain’s “most likely to” have emphatically become Britain’s most in-demand, and Britain’s most exciting.