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The Last Dinner Party announce huge UK and Ireland headline tour

It joins an ever-growing list of worldwide tour dates behind imminent debut album 'Prelude to Ecstasy'.

By Will Richards

The Last Dinner Party
The Last Dinner Party perform live at the Rolling Stone UK Awards (Picture: Aaron Parsons)

The Last Dinner Party have announced details of their biggest UK and Ireland headline tour to date, set for later this year.

The band of the moment, who release debut album Prelude to Ecstasy this Friday (February 2), have added new dates for later this year to their already stacked 2024 schedule.

On February 1, the band will headline London’s Roundhouse, the same room where they won the Rising Star Award at the first ever Rolling Stone UK Awards in collaboration with Rémy Martin lasts November. They also performed ‘My Lady of Mercy’ that night.

After festival dates, headline European and North American dates, and a special BRITs Week gig in Hebden Bridge, the band will return for a new tour that kicks off in Newcastle on September 23.

Gigs in Leeds, Lincoln, Cardiff, Bristol, Southampton and more will follow, before the tour ends with a massive London show at the Eventim Apollo in Hammersmith on October 16.

See the band’s new tour dates below, and buy tickets here when they go on sale from 8am GMT on Friday, February 9.

The Last Dinner Party backstage at the Rolling Stone UK Awards (Picture: Kit Oates)

23 – Newcastle, O2 City Hall
24 – Leeds, O2 Academy
25 – Sheffield, Octagon Centre
27 – Norwich, UEA
28 – Lincoln, Engine Shed
29 – Cardiff, Tramshed

1 – Birmingham, O2 Academy
2 – Nottingham, Rock City
4 – Bristol, O2 Academy
5 – Southampton, O2 Guildhall
7 – Dublin, 3Olympia
10 – Glasgow, O2 Academy
11 – Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse
12 – Liverpool, Mountford Hall
14 – Cambridge, Corn Exchange
16 – London, Eventim Apollo

In a five-star review of Prelude to Ecstasy, Rolling Stone UK said: “These winners of Rolling Stone UK’s first ever Rising Star Award have created a record that doesn’t so much deliver on the hype as it smashes through the notion entirely. Come December, you’d be a fool to bet against this becoming a defining album of the year.”