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Holding Absence Announce Huge November 2023 European Headline Tour

Holding Absence announce details of a massive UK and European headline tour for November. Get all the tour dates for the run here…



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Following the recent announcement of their highly anticipated third album The Noble Art Of Self Destruction, Holding Absence have revealed the details of their biggest headline tour to date. The band will take in 20 dates across the UK and Europe this November in support of the new album, including a huge show at London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town.

The band comments “Today we are ecstatic to announce our The Noble Art Of Self Destruction headline tour around the UK and Europe! Not only is this a well-overdue headline tour for our European fans, but it’ll see us playing our biggest venues to date in the UK too! We are so excited for this tour, and to be able to play all the best songs from our first three albums. See you there!”

Tour Dates:

11/03 – Eindhoven – Dynamo
11/04 – Berlin – Hole 44
11/05 – Hamburg – Gruenspan
11/07 – Munich – Backstage Halle
11/08 – Prague – Fuchs 2
11/09 – Vienna – Flex Cafe
11/10 – Milan – Legend Club
11/12 – Zurich – Dynamo
11/14 – Paris – Backstage
11/15 – Cologne – Essigfabrik
11/17 – Brighton – Concorde 2
11/18 – Cardiff – The Great Hall
11/19 – Glasgow – The Garage
11/20 – Newcastle – Boilershop
11/22 – Manchester – O2 Ritz
11/23 – Southampton – Engine Rooms
11/24 – London – O2 Forum Kentish Town
11/25 – Leeds – Stylus
11/27 – Norwich – Epic Studios
11/28 – Birmingham – O2 Institute


Tickets for the tour are on-sale from 10am on May 30th, from

Holding Absence release The Noble Art of Self-Destruction on August 25th, 2023 and you can pre-order your copy here.

Holding Absence ‘The Noble Art of Self-Destruction’ Album Artwork

Holding Absence ‘The Noble Art of Self-Destruction’ Album Artwork

Holding Absence 2023 Tour Poster

Holding Absence 2023 Tour Poster

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