Suede announce 2023 UK headline tour: How to buy tickets

13 September 2022, 12:30 | Updated: 13 September 2022, 12:31

Suede frontmann Brett Anderson performs at Manchester's Deaf InstituteSuede frontmann Brett Anderson performs at Manchester's Deaf Institute. Picture: Jon Mo PhotographyFacebook share Twitter share

The tour will see the band play classics from across their career and their ninth studio album Autofiction.

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Suede have announced a UK tour for 2023.

Brett Anderson and co will embark on dates in March next year, which will see them play the likes of Bath's Forum, Manchester's Albert Hall and Glasgow's O2 Academy.

The tour will culminate in a show at London's O2 Academy Brixton on 25th March - 30 years after Suede made their iconic debut performance at the venue in May 1993.

Taking to social media, the band said: "The tour will see the band play classics from across their career and their ninth studio album Autofiction."

Suede announce 2023 UK tour datesSuede announce 2023 UK tour dates. Picture: Press

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What are Suedes 2023 UK tour dates?

  • 3rd March The Forum, Bath
  • 4th March UEA, Norwich
  • 6th March G Live, Guildford
  • 7th March Corn Exchange, Cambridge
  • 9th March Albert Hall, Manchester
  • 10th March Rock City, Nottingham
  • 11th March O2 Academy, Sheffield
  • 13th March Music Hall, Aberdeen
  • 14th March O2 Academy, Glasgow
  • 15th March Barbican, York
  • 17th March O2 City Hall, Newcastle
  • 18th March Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool
  • 20the March Dome, Brighton
  • 21st March Symphony Hall, Birmingham
  • 22nd March St David's Hall, Cardiff
  • 24th March O2 Guildhall, Southampton
  • 25th March O2 Academy Brixton, London

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When do Suede tickets go on sale?

Tickets go on sale on Friday 16th September from 9am.

Fans who pre-order Autofiction from the band's official store can access a ticket presale, which starts on Wednesday 14th September from 9am.

The news follows a pair of secret shows performed under the guise of Crushed Kid - an idea that saw Suede taking the back to basics nature of their forthcoming album, Autofiction to the extreme by playing live under a pseudonym.

After sparking rumours following a week of mysterious online activity, including releasing new music under the mysterious moniker, Crushed Kid made their debut performance at London's 300 capacity MOTH Club, followed by a set at Manchester's Deaf Institute.

Fans were treated to a high-energy surprise preview of Suede's ninth studio album in its entirety with encore and none of their greatest hits.

Crushed Kid played London's MOTH Club and the Deaf InstituteCrushed Kid played London's MOTH Club and the Deaf Institute. Picture: Jon Mo Photography

Meanwhile, Suede are also setting out on a tour Record Stores to play intimate dates this September and will play sold out gigs European this October.

See Suede's 2022 dates here:

September 2022 UK Record Shop Tour:

15th September: Banquet Records, Kingston (live performance) SOLD OUT

16th September: Rough Trade East, Shoreditch (live performance) SOLD OUT

17th September: Crash Records/Brudenell Social Club, Leeds (live performance) SOLD OUT

18th September: Rough Trade / Fleece, Bristol (live performance) SOLD OUT

19th September: HMV, Liverpool (signing and Q&A) SOLD OUT

19th September: HMV, Manchester (signing) SOLD OUT

20th September: Bear Tree Records, Sheffield (signing) SOLD OUT

20th September: Rough Trade, Nottingham (signing) SOLD OUT

21st September: Truck Records, Oxford (signing) SOLD OUT

21st September: Fopp, Cambridge (signing) SOLD OUT

22nd September: Vinilo, Southampton (signing) SOLD OUT

22nd September: HMV, Portsmouth (signing) SOLD OUT

October 2022 Intimate UK/EU Tour Dates:

5th October: Electric Ballroom, London SOLD OUT

6th October: Electric Ballroom, London SOLD OUT

8th October: Melkweg - Oude Zaal, Amsterdam SOLD OUT

10th October: La Maroquinerie, Paris SOLD OUT

11th October: Gloria-Theatre, Cologne SOLD OUT

12th October: Gruenspan, Hamburg SOLD OUT

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