Featuring experimental 80s titans, hypnotic woozy electronica, indie-folk cult heroes and more, Albert Hall hosts another unrivalled programme of incredible live music throughout spring 2024.

Echo & the Bunnymen | Sat 16 Mar | 7pm | £45

Returning to Albert Hall as part of a major UK tour, post-punk icons Echo & The Bunnymen celebrate a memorable forty-year career with an unmissable setlist featuring all the greatest hits from nine Top 20 albums, including Lips Like Sugar, Seven Seas, The Killing Moon and more.

The Jesus and Mary Chain | Sat 23 Mar | 7pm | £36.75

The following weekend, Glaswegian legends The Jesus & Mary Chain hit the Albert Hall stage with their own 40th Anniversary special, forming part of a marquee year in which the Reid brothers release their first album since 2017’s Damage and Joy alongside an autobiography and an exclusive documentary.

The Japanese House | Fri 10 May | 7pm | £25.75

Following a spate of North American headline shows, indie pop maestro The Japanese House – otherwise known as Amber Mary Bain – marks the release of her sublime sophomore record, In The End It Always Does, with a show at Albert Hall to close her 2024 nationwide tour.

Faye Webster | Sun 12 May | 7pm | £27.95

Relocated from New Century due to popular demand, Atlanta-based songwriter Faye Webster brings her R&B-inflected indie folk to Manchester with lush soundscapes and pedal steel guitar magic spanning five critically acclaimed albums.

duster | Mon 27 May | 7pm | £25.75

Having been upgraded from Manchester Academy, Californian electronic slowcore outfit duster kick off their three-leg British tour with an Albert Hall gig packed with multi-instrumental wonder and mesmeric melodies from their latest album, Remote Echoes.

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Published on:
Fri 5 Jan 2024