Tickets are now on sale for Johnny Flynn’s UK and EU tour

Johnny Flynn's Roundhouse show has been on sale for a little while now, and as of today (Friday 5 May), a bunch more shows across the UK and in Europe go on sale. The full list is below with all the relevant ticket links...

12 - St. Luke's Music and Arts Venue in Glasgow, UK (Tickets)
13 - Academy in Dublin, IE (Tickets)
15 - Academy 2 in Manchester, UK (Tickets)
17 - Roundhouse in London, UK (Tickets)
30 - Melkweg Oude Zaal in Amsterdam, NL (Tickets)
31 - Bi Nuu in Berlin, DE (Tickets)

1 - Luxor in Cologne, DE (Tickets)
2 - AB Club in Brussels, BE (Tickets)
3 - Cafe De La Dance in Paris, FR (Tickets)

The last run of shows, particularly at St. John-at-Hackney around the time Sillion came out, were incredible - and they sold out quickly so definitely make sure to get in early with these.

More tour information is coming soon, so keep an eye on this page for updates there.

If you haven't already Sillion is of course available from our shop on CD and LP from the Johnny Flynn shop and to stream or download everywhere you'd expect. Also this week, we release his new single - In The Deepest - which can be heard at johnny-flynn.com or below via our Johnny Flynn - Deep Cuts playlist.


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