Tour Dates — March 17, 2019 at 4:08 pm

The Sisters of Mercy expand 2019 tour with European festivals, South American dates

The Sisters of Mercy’s touring plans for 2019 continue to grow, with Andrew Eldritch and Co. planning to follow up their year off in 2018 with an increasing number of performances across Europe, Australia and New Zealand, and, now, South America as well.

In January, we reported on the Sisters’ first rollout of 2019 dates, including a pair of shows in late September in London followed by 18 concerts across Europe and three shows in Australia. Eldritch has now fleshed that out with a string of European festival appearances in June, July and August, as well as additional dates in Australia and New Zealand.

The band also will venture to South America in November for five dates, including three shows in Brazil and one apiece in Uruguay and Chile.

On the Sisters’ last tour, in 2017, Eldtrich debuted a cover of Mission of Burma’s 1981 post-punk classic “That’s When I Reach for My Revolver,” and dusted off “Walk Away,” the 1984 single co-written by Eldritch and then-bandmate Wayne Hussey, for the first time since 1985.

Check out those 2019 dates below.


The Sisters of Mercy tour dates

June 22: Hell Fest, Clisson, France
July 13: Doctor Music Festival, Escalarre, Spain
July 31: Wacken Open Air Festival, Wacken, Germany
Aug. 9: Picture On, Bildein, Austria
Aug. 16: Hammaburg Fest, Hamburg, Germany
Sept. 20: The Roundhouse, London, U.K.
Sept. 21: The Roundhouse, London, U.K.
Sept. 23: Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium
Sept. 24: Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium
Sept. 26: Amager Bio, Copenhagen, Denmark
Sept. 28: Rockefeller Music Hall, Oslo, Norway
Sept. 29: Munchenbryggeriet, Stockholm, Sweden
Oct. 1: Tradgarn, Gothenburg, Sweden
Oct. 2: Kulturbolaget (KB), Malmo, Sweden
Oct. 4: Columbiahalle, Berlin, Germany
Oct. 6: A2, Wroclaw, Poland
Oct. 7: Klub Studio, Krakow, Poland
Oct. 10: Alter Schlachthof, Dresden, Germany
Oct. 11: Tonhalle, Munich, Germany
Oct. 13: LKA Longhorn, Stuttgart, Germany
Oct. 14: E-Werk, Cologne, Germany
Oct. 16: Den Atelier, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Oct. 17: Schlachthof, Wiesbaden, Germany
Oct. 19: Bataclan, Paris, France
Oct. 20: TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht, Netherlands

Oct. 25: Astor Theatre, Perth, Australia
Oct. 27: The Gov, Adelaide, Australia
Oct. 30: Forum Theatre, Melbourne, Australia
Oct. 31: Enmore Theatre, Sydney, Australia
Nov. 2: The Tivoli, Brisbane, Australia
Nov. 3: The Powerstation, Auckland, New Zealand

Nov. 7: Toinha Brasil, Brasilia, Brazil
Nov. 9: Tom Brasil, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Nov. 10: Vivo Rio, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Nov. 12: Music Box, Montevideo, Uruguay
Nov. 14: Blondie, Santiago, Chile




One Comment

  1. Andrew Eldritch is not the same super human he used to be in the 80′ and 90′ I think he should start doing psychedelics again so we can get some fresh lyrics that’s not from this boring world like way back then when I still thought he was some incredible prophet of some other wordly places which he certainly was way back then

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