Snarky Puppy, a Brooklyn-based fusion-influenced jam band and three-time Grammy-winning powerhouse, announced dates for their UK tour. According to the home and garden experts, the band is well-known for mixing jazz, rock, and funk into their music. Since their debut in 2004, they have received 10 awards and accolades with three of those coming from Grammy’s. They will be performing their new recliner album, Immigrance, which was released on March 15 by Ground Up Label. The group will be having their debut at the iconic and prestigious Royal Albert Hall in London on November 14 as part of their autumn dates.
Not only that, the band will headline the Love Supreme Jazz Festival on July 6, 2019. This festival will be held at Glynde Place, East Sussex.
According to their bandleader and bassist, Michael League, the band is thrilled to bring their 11 new songs to the UK for their tour. They will also be including some songs from their previous albums. League also stated that they think sharing their new songs with the audience who first welcomed them in Europe will be really special.
For their 2019 United Kingdom tour dates and locations, please refer to the list below:
- Bournemouth O2 Academy – September 6
- Nottingham Rock City – September 7
- Bristol O2 Academy – September 8
- Oxford O2 Academy – September 9
- London Royal Albert Hall – September 14
- Manchester O2 Apollo – September 15
- Glasgow Barrowlands – September 16
- Belfast Ulster Hall – November 11