London Grammar Tour

Wanna’ see the next big thing? Well, by the time London Grammar hits the States for their North American tour, mark our words: they’ll already be big. But you can say you knew them when, and we won’t spill your secrets. The band has tacked on a series of tour dates throughout the United States and Canada after their European and Australian dates this spring. Kicking off at this year’s South by Southwest in Austin, Texas, London Grammar will play shows in Phoenix, AZ; NY, NY; Vancouver, BC; Chicago, IL; Boston, MA; Las Vegas, NV, and Minneapolis, MN, to name a few. The tour is in support of London Grammar’s debut album, If You Wait. Tickets are on sale now, so pick them up before we say “I told you so.”

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London Grammar is made up of Hannah Reid, Dot Major, and Dan Rothman, and the band was formed during Reid and Rothman’s salad days as students at the University of Nottingham. Joined by Major soon after, the band began playing gigs at local bars. They picked up steam quickly on YouTube, where their video for “Hey Now” received over 1.5 million views. An LP, Metal & Dust, was released in February 2013, and their debut studio album hit the shelves in September of the same year.

London Grammar Concerts

Date City State Venue
03/11-16 Austin TX South by Southwest
03/17 Houston TX Fitzgerald’s Upstairs
03/18 Dallas TX Granada Theater
03/21 Phoenix AZ The Crescent Ballroom
03/22 Las Vegas NV Vinyl @ Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
03/23 San Diego CA House of Blues
03/25 Los Angeles CA El Rey Theater
03/27 San Francisco CA The Independent
03/28 Portland OR Wonder Ballroom
03/29 Seattle WA Neumos
03/31 Vancouver BC Commodore Ballroom
04/03 Minneapolis MN Varsity Theater
04/04 Chicago IL Metro
04/05 Detroit MI Shelter
04/07 Toronto ON Phoenix Concert Theater
04/09 New York NY Irving Plaza
04/11 Boston MA Paradise Rock Club
04/12 Philadelphia PA Underground Arts
04/14 Washington DC 9:30 Club

London Grammar Tickets

London Grammar Videos

“Strong”

“Wasting My Young Years”

“Hey Now”