Tour Dates — April 25, 2023 at 5:50 pm

Siouxsie to play first London concert in more than a decade as 2023 tour slowly expands


Siouxsie today announced she’ll play her first concert in London in more than a decade, expanding to 15 the number of festival appearances and headlining shows she’ll perform during her slowly rolled-out return to live performance this year.

The London concert — part of a run of shows that starts next week in Brussels — is set for Sept. 7 at the Troxy, and tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. local time Thursday, April 27, via links at

Update 4/27/23: A second London date has been added on Sept 6; tickets are on sale now.

Siouxsie last performed live at the Yoko Ono-curated installment of the Meltdown festival in London in 2013, and has not toured since a 2008 outing in support of her solo debut Mantaray.

It’s not known how many live shows Siouxsie is planning for 2023. However, an email to fans announcing the London date indicated there won’t be any more concerts announced beyond Sept. 7: “The London show will be the culmination of a mixture of intimate shows and festivals from May through September.”

To date, there’s still only one U.S. performance by Siouxsie on the books: her May 20 headlining appearance at the Cruel World festival in Pasadena, California.

Here are Siouxsie’s current tour dates:


Siouxsie tour dates 2023

May 3: Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium
May 4: Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands
May 7: Teatro degli Arcimboldi, Milan, Italy
May 20: Cruel World Festival, Pasadena, CA, USA
June 21: The Halls, Wolverhampton, UK
June 23: Release Athens, Athens, Greece
June 29: Noches del Botanico, Madrid, Spain
July 1: Les Eurockéennes de Belfort, Befort, France
July 7: Mouth of the Tyne Festival, Tynemouth, UK
July 23: Latitude Festival, Suffolk, UK
July 25: Kelvingrove Bandstand, Glasgow, UK
Aug. 7: Lokerse Festival, Lokeren, Belgium
Aug. 31: Cala Mijas Festival, Malaga, Spain
Sept. 2: Kalorama Festival, Lisbon, Portugal
Sept. 6: Troxy, London, UK
Sept. 7: Troxy, London, UK





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