November 7, 2023 — Today, acclaimed British guitar band Bombay Bicycle Club have confirmed North American tour dates in support of their new album, My Big Day. The tour, which kicks off in March, will see the band make stops throughout the U.S., Canada and Mexico including Metro in Chicago, Danforth Music Hall in Toronto, Brooklyn Steel in New York, 9:30 Club in Washington DC, Bellwether in Los Angeles, Auditorio Blackberry in Mexico City and many more. Tickets for the U.S. and Canada will be available for general on-sale on Friday, November 10 at 10AM local time and tickets for Mexico will be available next Wednesday, November 15 at 11AM local time. See full routing below.

My Big Day was released last month, debuting at #3 on the UK Album Charts marking the band’s highest charting album since 2014’s #1 UK Album, So Long, See You Tomorrow, their 3rd Top 5 album and their 5th Top 10. The album features an eclectic host of guest vocalists that perfectly encapsulates the breadth of the band’s widespread appeal, including Chaka Khan, Damon Albarn, Jay Som, Nilüfer Yanya, and Holly Humberstone.

Frontman Jack Steadman sits on both sides of the glass for the duration of the record, having previously produced their fourth album So Long, See You Tomorrow, and co-production with John Congleton for 2020’s Everything Else Has Gone Wrong. Additional production comes from Paul Epworth on the track “Heaven” and Ben Allen who co-produces “Turn The World On.”  The record was mixed by Dave Fridmann (renowned for his work with The Flaming Lips, Mercury Rev, MGMT, HAIM).

My Big Day continues to receive widespread critical praise:

 “A hotbed of experimentation…a creative milestone”NME 

eclectic and star studded”Rolling Stone UK

revels in electro-pop jubilance while eschewing the reverb-laden haze of previous work like 2011’s A Different Kind of Fix or 2014’s So Long, See You Tomorrow. The instruments are more concrete and tactile, sitting at the forefront of the stereoscopic field, dispersed like idyllic buildings amidst the countryside.”Paste

“As intrepid as ever, the album is steeped in crackling retro soul, hazy Sixties folk, touches of French chanson and electronic Afrobeats”The Independent

“Bombay Bicycle Club are willing and able to shake things up.”FLOOD

“It’s the best the band have ever sounded…a triumph”—DIY 

“The record is full of bright, artsy pop songs that bring out the best in those guests and Bombay Bicycle Club leader Jack Steadman. It’s yet another progression from a band who have evolved at every turn, and who are long past exceeding the potential of their hype machine-backed early releases.”Brooklyn Vegan

“they’ve thrown out all subtlety in favor of an indie-pop sound that’s bold, loud and deeply funky.”Relix

“Their unique sound is completely unmatched—allowing the outfit to stand out as champions of their own brand of indie rock”—The Line of Best Fit

My Big Day is one of their most fascinatingly eclectic to date”Last Donut of the Night



  1. Just A Little More Time
  2. I Want To Be Your Only Pet 
  3. Sleepless (featuring Jay Som)
  4. My Big Day 
  5. Turn The World On
  6. Meditate (featuring Nilüfer Yanya)
  7. Rural Radio Predicts The Rapture
  8. Heaven (featuring Damon Albarn)
  9. Tekken 2 (featuring Chaka Khan)
  10. Diving (feature Holly Humberstone)
  11. Onward


Bombay Bicycle Club


European Headline Tour 

November 13—Riviera—Madrid

November 14—Sala Apolo—Barcelona

November 16—Alcatraz, Milan

November 17—Tonhalle—Munich

November 18—Docks—Lausanne

November 19—Docks—Hamburg

November 21—Trabendo—Paris

November 22—Columbiahalle—Berlin

November 23—Progresja—Warsaw

November 25—De Roma—Antwerp

November 26– Live Music Hall, Cologne

November 27—Melkweg—Amsterdam

November 28—Melkweg—Amsterdam


2024 UK & Ireland Tour

January 29—The Telegraph Building—Belfast

January 30—3 Olympia Theatre—Dublin

January 31—3 Olympia Theatre—Dublin

February 2—O2 Academy—Birmingham

February 3—Centre—Brighton

February 5—Beacon—Bristol

February 6—Rock City—Nottingham

February 8—O2 Academy—Sheffield

February 9—The Nick Rayns LCR, UEA—Norwich

February 10—Corn Exchange—Cambridge

February 12—Barrowland—Glasgow

February 15—O2 City Hall—Newcastle

February 16—O2 Apollo—Manchester

February 18—Great Hall—Cardiff

July 12—Alexandra Palace Park—London


North American Tour 

March 4—Nashville, TN—Brooklyn Bowl

March 5—Atlanta, GA—Variety Playhouse

March 7—Houston, TX—White Oak Music Hall (Downstairs)

March 8—Austin, TX—Emo’s

March 9—Dallas, TX—Granada Theater

March 10—Omaha, NE—The Admiral

March 11—Lawrence, KS—Liberty Hall

March 13—Minneapolis, MN—First Avenue

March 14—Chicago, IL—Metro

March 15—Toronto, ON—Danforth Music Hall

March 16—Montreal, QC—Beanfield Theatre

March 18—Boston, MA—Royale

March 19—Brooklyn, NY—Brooklyn Steel

March 20—Philadelphia, PA—Union Transfer

March 21—Washington, D.C.—930 Club

April 30—San Francisco, CA—The Fillmore

May 3—Vancouver, BC—Vogue Theatre

May 4—Seattle, WA—The Showbox

May 5—Portland, OR—Revolution Hall

May 6—Boise, ID—Knitting Factory

May 8—Boulder, CO—Boulder Theater

May 9—Denver, CO—Ogden Theatre

May 12—Las Vegas, NV—Brooklyn Bowl

May 13—San Diego, CA—Observatory North Park

May 14—Santa Ana, CA—Observatory Santa Ana

May 15—Los Angeles, CA—The Bellwether

May 17—CDMX, MX—Auditorio Blackberry

May 18—Guadalajara , MX—Guanamor

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