Published on 11th March 2019

Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark (OMD) continue their 40th anniversary celebrations with the announcement of a special world tour.

Get tickets here.

Starting in October in Portugal, stretching through to February 2020 finishing in Paris, the band will be joined by both Martin Cooper and Stuart Kershaw. UK dates below with tickets going on sale to the general public on March 14 at 9am:

Sat 26 - Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Sun 27 - York Barbican
Mon 28 - Hull Arena
Weds 30 - Gateshead Sage
Tues 31 - Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

Fri 1  - Manchester Apollo
Sun 3  - Sheffield City Hall
Mon 4 - Liverpool Empire
Tues 5 - Birmingham Symphony Hall
Thurs 7 Leicester De Montfort Hall
Fri 8 - Bath Pavilion
Sat 9 - Oxford New Theatre
Mon 11 - Guildford G Live
Tues 12 - Portsmouth Guildhall
Weds 13 - Watford Colosseum
Fri 15 - Cambridge Corn Exchange
Sat 16 - Ipswich Regent
Sun 17 - Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion
Tues 19 - Bournemouth Pavilion
Weds 20 - London Eventim Apollo

OMD were formed in 1978 by teenage friends Andy McCluskey and Paul Humphreys. They quickly became electro-pioneers with a string of hit albums released throughout the 1980’s, eventually selling over 25 million singles and 15 million albums across their career to date, establishing them as electronic synthesiser pioneers and one of Britain’s best-loved pop groups.


comments powered by Disqus