Caribou: “Suddenly” tour will take place in spring 2022

Caribou’s “Suddenly” tour, originally planned for spring 2020, can – probably – finally take place.

Caribou’s European tour is scheduled to start on March 7th with a concert in Berlin. In addition, Caribou wants to appear in Germany in Munich, Cologne and Hamburg. Dan Snaith, Caribou’s real name, will be accompanied on his tour by Sofia Kourtesis, who will act as support at all concerts. Tickets and more information about the tour are available here.

Caribou Suddenly Tour Dates:

  • 03/07/22 – Berlin – Columbia Hall
  • 03/08/22 – Prague (CZ) – Forum Karlin
  • 03/09/22 – Vienna (AT) – Gasometer
  • 03/10/22 – Munich – Tonhalle (New Venue)
  • 11.03.22 – Ljubljana (SL) – Siska cinema
  • 03/12/22 – Zagreb (HRV) – Lauba
  • 03/13/22 – Zurich (CH) – merchants
  • 03/15/22 – Cologne – Carlswerk Victoria
  • 03/16/22 – Reims (FR) – Cartonnerie
  • 17/03/22 – Utrecht (NL) – TivoliVredenburg
  • 18/03/22 – Lille (FR) – Aeronef
  • 19.03.22 – Nijmegen (NL) – Doornroosje
  • 03/20/22 – Hamburg – Bad & Dangerous (Sold Out)
  • 08/10/22 – Vilnius (LT) – Botanical Garden
  • 22/08/22 – Bergen (NOR) – USF Verftet
  • 09/01/22 – Paris (FR) – L’Olympia
  • 09/02/22 – Brussels (BEL) – AB

Dan Snaith’s seventh album as Caribou was released in February 2020. Albert Koch wrote about SUDDENLY: “Despite the many breaks on SUDDENLY, the songs remain recognizable as Caribou, as electronic music that is often described with the adjectives “warm” and “organic” – Caribou as a predominantly electronic act who also has the blessing of the declining guitar fraction. In addition, SUDDENLY marks the provisional endpoint of a beautiful line of development that began with the hit albums SWIM (2010) and OUR LOVE (2014).”


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