A rock band is set to bring their first arena tour in six years to Brighton.

Elbow returns in May 2024 with UK tour dates to accompany the release of their tenth studio album in March next year.

Their nine studio albums to date have seen Elbow amass a host of awards, including a BRIT, a Mercury prize, and multiple Ivor Novello songwriting awards. After performing at the 2012 London Olympics closing ceremony the band were granted the freedom of their hometown of Bury.

The new album was written and recorded in their individual studios in Manchester and London and progressed with a period together in the Cotswolds. Production and mixing were finalised at their spiritual home of Blueprint Studios, Salford, central to all elbow albums.


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Lead singer Guy Garvey said: “We love the intimacy of theatres, but we have some very big songs and the electricity of 20,000 people singing along cannot be denied. So, the big rooms it is and big shows they will be. Can’t wait to see everybody again.”

Elbow will perform at the Brighton Centre on May 7, 2024.

Fans are able to register for a ticket pre-sale for the arena tour from October 20 by pre-ordering a special limited edition of the new album from www.elbow.co.uk. The pre-sale will go live on Wednesday, October 25 at 10am. Tickets for the shows are available on general sale from Friday, October 27 at www.brightoncentre.co.uk.