Vampire Weekend are coming to London this month for 2 enormous exhibits.
They’re going to headline Alexandra Palace on November 13-14.
It is a part of their Father of the Bride Tour and can see the group play music from their fourth studio album alongside their again catalogue.
Followers may also anticipate to listen to songs from their debut, ‘Contra’ and ‘Fashionable Vampires of the Metropolis’ on the two exhibits.
It marks their first present at Ally Pally in 9 years after performing there in 2010.
If you happen to’ve obtained tickets and wish to discover out the help act, stage instances and setlist information then discover out all you must know under.
Can I nonetheless get tickets?
Sure, restricted tickets can be found for each nights at Ally Pally. They’re priced at £37.50 plus reserving charges and yow will discover the all-important hyperlinks under:
What are the stage instances?
The venue are but to launch the stage instances however we’ll replace this as quickly as we discover out:
Vampire Weekend: tbc
What is going to the setlist be?
The group play a distinct setlist at every present so followers will not know what it is going to be forward of the gig. In line with setlist.fm a number of the most performed songs on the Father of the Bride Tour are ‘A-Punk’, ‘Concord Corridor’ and ‘This Life’.
After the present they caption their Instagram posts with the total setlist so you’ll be able to revisit it and see precisely what they performed.
This is what they performed in the course of the opening night time in Edinburgh, so it will not be the identical however some songs are prone to be performed in London too:
Who’s the help act?
They’re going to be supported by group Wallows throughout each London exhibits.
The trio are from Los Angeles and are at the moment signed to Atlantic Information with their first LP ‘Nothing Occurs’ being launched earlier this yr.
It incorporates a collaboration with Clairo in addition to singles ‘Scrawny’ and ‘Sidelines’.
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