Tickets go on sale on 11th October, 10am BST, 11am CEST
Masterful Norwegian storytellers Wardruna sign to Sony Music/Columbia Records for the world, and announce European tour dates for 2020. Dates below with tickets going on sale on 11th October at 10am BST, 11am CEST. Details of the upcoming album shall be revealed in due course.
Einar Selvik comments:
“Wardruna has been a DIY to-the-bone kind of project since the very beginning. Slowly and patiently evolving. Working hard and always keeping the art itself as the primary decisive factor. This will never change for me, and so having people on our team that also embrace this way of working is paramount. Partnering up with Sony Music / Columbia Records is a new steppingstone for us and I am very confident that this new addition to the team will give us new opportunities to further develop our art and take it to the next level.”
2019 marks ten years since Wardruna’s first release. A series of sold out shows at prestigious concert venues around the world culminate in the highlight of the fall; Wardruna will perform in the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater in the United States, followed by sold out European tour. The group’s critically acclaimed “Runaljod” trilogy based on the Nordic runes reached its conclusion and was followed by a stripped-down, fully acoustic album exploring the ancient poetic traditions of the Skalds. This spring, a new chapter for the band will start. New music is being worked on as well as further steps in the band´s concert production.
“I don’t wish to reveal too much at this point but can say that we are now deep into the process of writing and recording a new album. When Wardruna gets up from the current studio-hibernation and initiate the concert-year of 2020, it is clearly allowed to hope for new music!” Says Einar Selvik.
WARDRUNA 2020 EUROPEAN TOUR DATES:
28 Mar – Oslo (NOR) – Sentrum Scene
2 Apr – Kristiansand (NOR) – Kilden Teater
3 Apr – Stavanger (NOR) – Konserthus
4 Apr- Bergen (NOR) – Grieghallen
30 Apr – Moscow (RUS) – Crocus City Hall
01 May – St. Petersburg (RUS) – Yubileyny Sports Palace
03 May – Poznan (POL) – Hala Ziemi
04 May – Krakow (POL) – ICE Congress Center
05 May – Bratislava – Refinery Gallery
07 May – Belgrade (SRB) – Sava Centar
08 May – Bucharest (ROM) – Arena Romanele
04 Jun – Manchester (UK) – Albert Hall
05 Jun – Dublin (IRL) – Vicar St.
06 Jun – Birmingham (UK) – Symphony Hall
07 Jun – Glasgow (UK) – Royal Concert Hall
09 Jun – London (UK) – Royal Festival Hall
10 Jun – Cambridge – Cambridge Corn Exchange
01 Aug – Savonlinna (FIN) – Savonlinna Opera Festival
21 Sep – Reykjavik (ISL) – Harpa