Björk is set to follow last year's much-lauded 'Cornucopia' theatrical tour with a new run of orchestral-focused shows around Europe this July.
The six dates, which will feature arrangements by Björk, are set to kick off on July 2nd at Moscow's Crocus Music Hall before Björk heads on to Helsinki's Hartwall Arena for a show on July 6th. On July 9th, she'll bring the tour to Berlin's Waldbühne Open Air before heading to Paris for two nights at the city's Siene Musicale on July 17th and 20th.
The tour will conclude in the UK with a final open air date on July 26th at Cheshire's Bluedot Festival, for which tickets are currently on sale here. This particular show, which takes place at the festival's iconic Jodrell Bank Observatory home, will see Björk joined by Manchester’s Halle Orchestra.
Tickets for the rest of the tour run will go on general sale this Friday, February 28th at 10am local time.
Last month, Björk contributed vocals to an AI-generated score which soundtracked the lobby of New York City hotel Sister City.
She also contributed a remix to Fever Ray's 'Plunge' remix album late last year.