1st Nov – Fundicao – Rio de Janeiro – Brazil – Tickets

2nd Nov – HSBC Brasil – Sao Paulo – Brazil – Tickets

4th Nov – CC Barranco – Lima – Peru – Tickets and Here

6th Nov – Asuncion Festival – Jockey Club del Paraguay – Paraguay – Tickets

8th Nov – Personel Fest – Buenos Aires – Argentina – Info

9th Nov – La Trastienda Club  – Montevideo – Uruguay – Tickets

12th Nov – Teatro Cariola – Santiago – Chile – Tickets

15th Nov – El Plaza Condesa – Mexico – Tickets


25th Nov – Concord 2 – Brighton – SOLD OUT

26th Nov – Leadmill – Sheffield

27th Nov – O2 ABC – Glasgow

2nd Dec – Rock City – Nottingham

3rd Dec – The Junction – Cambridge

4th Dec – Solus – Cardiff

9th Dec – Picturedome – Holmfirth – SOLD OUT

10th Dec – Picturedome – Holmfirth

11th Dec – O2 Academy – Newcastle

12th Dec – The Institute – Birmingham


17th Feb – Mandela Hall – Belfast – TICKETS

18th Feb – Olympia Theatre – Dublin – TICKETS

20th Feb – Philharmonic Hall – Liverpool

24th May – Gigantic Indie All Dayer Vol. 2 – Manchester Academy – TICKETS




8th Oct – Words & Music Festival – Nantwich – SOLD OUT

11th Oct – Brewery Arts Centre – Kendal – INFO/TICKETS


4th Mar – Bristol St. Georges – INFO/TICKETS

6th Mar – Milton Keynes The Stables – INFO/TICKETS

7th Mar – St. Helens The Citadel – INFO/TICKETS

13th Mar – Darwen – Library Theatre – INFO/TICKETS

14th Mar – Bury – The Met – INFO/TICKETS

15th Mar – Hebden Bridge – Traders Club – SOLD OUT

20th Mar – Bedford Corn Exchange – INFO/TICKETS

21st Mar – Worthing St. Pauls Centre – INFO/TICKETS



One Response to TOUR DATES

  1. […] Last Wednesday was a day filled with nostalgia for those who attended the Echo and the Bunnymen show at The Observatory in Santa Ana.  As people waited in line they swapped stories and bonded over memories of the times they had seen the band in the past.  As the room began to fill, Bart Davenport hit the stage to warm up the crowd.  Though Davenport is a modern artist his music took everyone to the good-old-days by evoking that same familiar feeling.  Once the lights went out and the smoke machines began churning so much smoke that you could hardly make your hand from anyone else’s, Echo and the Bunnymen hit the stage.  The fans warmly and attentively recieved their new material and sang their hearts out on the classics. Echo and the Bunnymen did not  and will not dissapoint. It’s too bad that Bart Davenport doesn’t have any upcoming shows with Echo and the Bunnymen but you can (and should!) catch them both who are on tour now -dates for Bart Davenport are here and dates for Echo and the Bunnymen are here. […]