Posted in music | tour dates on January 31, 2011

PJ Harvey

PJ Harvey has confirmed two U.S. headline shows in addition to her appearance at the already sold out Coachella festival.

The headline dates-April 14 at the Warfield Theater in San Francisco and April 20 at Terminal 5 in New York-fall on either side of the April 17 Coachella set.

Tickets for the San Francisco show are on sale now and New York tickets will go on sale February 4. PJ Harvey's band for these rare U.S. headline gigs and Coachella will be John Parish, Mick Harvey and Jean-Marc Butty.

PJ Harvey's eighth studio album, 'Let England Shake', will be released February 15 in the U.S. by Vagrant Records.

PJ Harvey is also playing the Portishead-curated ATP in the UK in July. Hopefully she comes back to play the ATP Portishead are curating here too.

All PJ Harvey dates are below...

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February 18th
Brussels, Cirque Royale
SOLD OUT

February 19th
Brussels, Cirque Royale
SOLD OUT

February 21st
Berlin, Admiralspalast
SOLD OUT

February 22nd
Berlin, Admiralspalast
Tel: +49 1805 853 653 or www.fkpscorpio.com

February 24th
Paris, Olympia
SOLD OUT

February 25th
Paris, Olympia
SOLD OUT

February 27th
London, Troxy
SOLD OUT

February 28th
London, Troxy
SOLD OUT

April 14th
San Francisco, The Warfield
www.thewarfieldtheatre.com

April 17th
Coachella, Indio - California

April 20th
Terminal 5, NY, NY

May 25th
Lisbon, Aula Magna
SOLD OUT

May 26th
Lisbon, Aula Magna
SOLD OUT

May 30th
Amsterdam, Paradiso
SOLD OUT
May 31st
Amsterdam, Paradiso
SOLD OUT

July 3rd
Arras, France - The Main Square Festival
www.mainsquarefestival.fr

July 23rd
London, The Alexandra Palace
Special Guest @ Portishead/All Tomorrows Parties Event

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Comments (29)

damn why t5 why?

Posted by Anonymous | January 31, 2011 2:30 PM

Well hey, as if the day was not already shitty with the Fleet Foxes at United Palace announcement, this lovely news comes rolling along.

Seriously people at Bowery Presents, please drop dead at once you evil assholes.

Putting Polly in this awful sounding venue, really?

Posted by Anonymous | January 31, 2011 2:40 PM

FOR FUCKS SAKE NO MORE T5!!!

seriously.

i'd rather stand in 4 feet of snow.

Posted by Anonymous | January 31, 2011 2:45 PM

Oh for God's sake, Terminal 5?!?! A crime.

Posted by Anonymous | January 31, 2011 2:52 PM

NOT T5!!!!

Posted by Anonymous | January 31, 2011 3:01 PM

Will she have a rock band or is she still doing that piano crap?

Posted by Anonymous | January 31, 2011 3:05 PM

PJ Harvey at T5, no thanks. Still I guess people complaining about Fleet Foxes at United Palace would not be happy about anything, so maybe Bowery Presents is giving people what they deserve.

Posted by Anonymous | January 31, 2011 3:13 PM

2:40,

You do realize that there are many, many areas of the country and world who don't get many shows at all. Stop being a spoiled brat and go see the bands you like at the various venues they play here or just don't go.

Posted by Anonymous | January 31, 2011 3:17 PM

You're right 3:17 NYC has a lot of shows. That's why I can choose what shows I see based on both artist AND venue and still have a lot of choices based on both being great.

2:40 is right. T5 is an awful concert space. He's not being spoiled, or even pointlessly negative, for pointing this out. It should keep being pointed out in the hopes less shows get booked there.

Posted by Anonymous | January 31, 2011 3:27 PM

"It should keep being pointed out in the hopes less shows get booked there."

Haha...you are very foolish if you really think that concert promoters care about what you think. Bottom line, the show will sell out if you are there or not.

Posted by Anonymous | January 31, 2011 3:34 PM

Ugh. Well I guess I have to it is PJ...

Posted by Anonymous | January 31, 2011 3:41 PM

I am sure a lot of people will go, but not sure about the show selling out. Most PJ Harvey fans are intelligent enough to avoid Terminal 5. That place stays in business due to the fact that most people don't know any better. Even my casual music fan friends who've been there once swore to never go back. For serious music fans it is definitely a no-no.

Posted by Anonymous | January 31, 2011 4:51 PM

Every one of her albums is so different. Her shows must be amazing. Some rock, some elctronica, pop, and even some folk. Also 5 different instruments!

Posted by PA granite | January 31, 2011 4:55 PM

stay home and eat hummus

Posted by Anonymous | January 31, 2011 5:10 PM

T5 would be infinitely better if they cut off capacity to 75% of what they now sell.

Posted by Anonymous | January 31, 2011 5:20 PM

That cover reminds me a lot of Sean Wisley's "Oh The Glory Of It All"

Posted by Anonymous | January 31, 2011 5:49 PM

damn she plays the great Warfield in SF and the shitty t5 in NYC. Bowery Presents needs to under stand the artists they represent and put them in proper venues. t5 isn't bad for some shows but T5 is not right for PJ.

Posted by Anonymous | January 31, 2011 6:35 PM

T5 may suck, but i'm not going to let that prevent me from seeing PJ!!! Seems ridiculous to not go bc of the venue. Just get close to the stage and you'll be fine.

Posted by Anonymous | January 31, 2011 8:09 PM

Meh Huh Her

Posted by Anonymous | January 31, 2011 10:03 PM

i'm new to nyc. what's wrong with terminal 5? i'm going no matter what since it's pj harvey but just curious.

Posted by Anonymous | January 31, 2011 11:16 PM

Large soul-less and cavernous venue with an awful sound system, and due to its proximity to the Lincoln Tunnel and midtown, just about the worst of the bridge and tunnel idiots.
The place is also routinely oversold, so that its horribly packed and uncomfortable. Impossible to get to a bar if you're anywhere but the back of the floor. Security goons are worse than usual and always do that bullshit where they create a long line just to have a line.
Did I mention that the sound in the venue is terrible about 100% of the time -- boomy and muddy and muffled.
Its not only the worst venue in New York right now, it might be the worst venue EVER to be in NYC.

Posted by Anonymous | January 31, 2011 11:39 PM

Never really understood why anyone gave a shit about PJ Harvey. I wouldn't pay to see her in my living room, let alone T5.

Posted by Anonymous | January 31, 2011 11:57 PM

Gee, anonymous at 10:03 pm, that was a good one.

Posted by 50ftqueenie | February 1, 2011 10:40 AM

mehnonymous 10:03

Posted by Anonymous | February 1, 2011 10:45 AM

Will she have a rock band or is she still doing that piano crap?

Posted by شات تعب قلبي | February 1, 2011 10:51 AM

2:40 is right. T5 is an awful concert space. He's not being spoiled, or even pointlessly negative, for pointing this out. It should keep being pointed out in the hopes less shows get booked there.

Posted by شات تعب قلبي | February 1, 2011 10:52 AM

11:57: It's all a matter of taste.

PJ Harvey on 4/20 of all days. Normally, I don't mind T5, but not for PJ Harvey. Definitely prefer a more intimate setting (I know I'm not alone here).

Still stoked, though.

Posted by Anonymous | February 1, 2011 11:23 AM

11:39 you are an idiot. 57th and 10th is near the Lincoln Tunnel? Half the city is near it. Enough with the Bridge and Tunnel nonesense!

Posted by Anonymous | February 1, 2011 11:41 AM

There is a Lincoln Tunnel exit at 40th and 10th Ave. If you catch the lights going up 10th, you can be at T5 in, oh, about two minutes, even if you only know how to drive in Jersey.
That's close.


Posted by Anonymous | February 4, 2011 12:36 AM

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