Röyksopp have announced new North American and European tour dates for 2023 – find all the details below and buy tickets here.
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Back in February, the electronic duo – Svein Berge and Torbjørn Brundtland – embarked on their European ‘True Electric’ tour, which saw them stop off in Stockholm, Amsterdam, London, Brussels, Prague, Berlin and Oslo.
Now, they have announced a US tour and second European leg kicking off later this year, which will follow a summer of festival dates.
— Röyksopp (@royksopp) June 22, 2023
The US leg – their first touring the continent in six years – will start on September 21 at The Warfield in San Fransisco, followed by Los Angeles (22), San Diego (23), Salt Lake City (25), Denver (26), Chicago (28), Toronto (30) and closing out at New York’s Terminal 5 on October 1.
Röyksopp will then embark on their second European tour of the year at Torwar Hall in Warsaw on October 16, before heading to Copenhagen (18), Amsterdam (20), London (21), Cologne (23), Trondheim (26) and Hamar (27), finishing up at Stavanger Expo in Norway on October 28.
European general sale is live now here, while pre-sale access for North America will be available today (June 22) via the mailing list, with general sale going live tomorrow (June 23) at 10am local time – you can purchase your tickets here.
‘Electric European’ 2023 tour dates are:
21 – San Francisco, CA, The Warfield
22 – Los Angeles, CA, The Novo
23 – San Diego, CA, CRSSD Festival
25 – Salt Lake City, UT, Ogden Twilight
26 – Denver, CO, Summit
28 – Chicago, IL, Concord Music Hall
30 – Toronto, ON, HISTORY
1 – New York, NY, Terminal 5
16 – Warsaw, Poland, Torwar Hall
18 – Copenhagen, Denmark, Vega
20 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE)
21 – London, England, O2 Forum Kentish Town
23 – Cologne, Germany, Palladium
26 – Trondheim, Norway Spektrum
27 – Hamar, Norway, CC Amfi
28 – Stavanger, Norway Stavanger Expo
“With True Electric we want to bring the pure and immersive Röyksopp experience of our studio productions to the live stage,” the duo said in a statement. “This means synths, samplers & sequencers, in a performance where the hero of the show is the music itself. Expect an eclectic set where energetic beats meet vast, transcending soundscapes. True electric – what it says on the tin.”
Reviewing the first two parts of last year’s ‘Profound Mysteries’, NME wrote: “It’s a satisfying ride. This smooth and consistent journey through nostalgia and the energy of new ideas means that ‘Profound Mysteries’ parts one and two stand up as latter-day career triumphs for Röyksopp. Taken as a whole, it’s certainly their finest collection of music since ‘Melody AM’ – and the opening of a bold new chapter.”
Röyksopp’s Sven Berge told NME that their mission statement for their new double album project was to “trigger your imagination – to get your senses going”.