Nils Frahm announces worldwide tour

Beginning in January 2018

Via a cover photo on Facebook today, the Hamburg-born and Berlin-based producer slash composer announced that he’ll be embarking on a worldwide tour, following on from working on his studio in Funkhaus Berlin. As he’s currently working on a new album, Frahm’s will be debuting new material on tour alongside his extensive back catalogue.

The new dates are listed below and Frahm’s has stated that more details will be coming soon.

Last year, he released the collaborative album Trance Frendz – An Evening With Ólafur Arnalds And Nils Frahm via Erased Tapes.

See his post and tour dates below, and read Crack’s feature with Nils Frahm.

Tour dates
25 Jan – Funkhaus Berlin – Berlin, Germany
26 Jan – Philharmonie Luxembourg – Luxembourg
27 Jan – Kölner Philharmonie – Cologne, Germany
29 Jan – Doornroosje – Nijmegen, Netherlands
30 Jan – Paradiso Amsterdam – Amsterdam, Netherlands
2 Feb – L’Aéronef – Lille, France
3 Feb – YOYO – Paris, France
4 Feb – Le Lieu Unique Nantes – Nantes, France
5 Feb – Rocher de Palmer Bordeaux – Cenon, France
6 Feb L’Auditorium l’Épicerie Moderne Lyon – Feyzin, France
7 Feb – La Laiterie Strasbourg – Strasbourg, France
9 Feb – Ancienne Belgique – Brussels, Belgium
11 Feb – VoxHall – Aarhus, Denmark
12 Feb – VEGA – Copenhagen, Denmark
14 Feb – Sentrum Scene – Oslo, Norway
15 Feb – Malmö Live – Malmö, Sweden
19 Feb – Cambridge Corn Exchange – Cambridge, UK
20 Feb – The Dome – Brighton, UK
21 Feb – Barbican Hall – London, UK
23 Feb – Barbican Hall – London, UK
24 Feb – Barbican Hall – London, UK
25 Feb – Colston Hall – Bristol, UK
26 Feb – National Concert Hall – Dublin, ireland
27 Feb – Mandela Hall – Belfast
28 Feb – The Albert Hall – Manchester, UK
1 March – The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall – Glasgow
21 April – Elbphilharmonie Hamburg – Hamburg, Germany
22 April – Gewandhaus – Leipzig, Germany
24 April – Alte Oper Frankfurt – Frankfurt, Germany
25 April – Muffathalle – Munich, Germany
26 April – Kino Šiška – Ljubljana, Slovenia
28 April – Posthof – Zeitkultur am Hafen – Linz, Austria
29 April – Orpheum Graz – Graz, Austria
30 April – Wiener Konzerthaus – Vienna, Austria

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