Where Will Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds Play on Their European Tour, 2017?

Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds has just announced a massive number of concert dates for their European tour 2017. So which European countries is the Australian rock band going to play, and which cities will they hit?


Countries on the eight-week tour currently are the U.K., Netherlands, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Poland, Czech Republic, Serbia, Slovenia, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Greece and Israel.

Nice Cave & the Bad Seeds 2017 European tour kicks off on September 24th in Bournemouth in the United Kingdom. The last concert will be performed in Tel Aviv, Israel on Sunday, 19th November.

The band line-up will be Nick Cave, Warren Ellis, Martyn Casey, Thomas Wydler, Jim Sclavunos, Conway Savage, George Vjestica and Larry Mullins.

The tour is, of course, to help promote the band’s 16th album Skeleton Tree, which was released in late 2016. It is the first European tour the band has done since 2014.

You can find all the exact concert dates in each country and the venue on the band’s website. Tickets go on sale at 9am on February 17th.

A taste of the music you will hear is the song ‘I Need You‘ in the video below. It’s from Skeleton Tree.