Kicking off January with a majority of festival dates in Australia and New Zealand, the group will take the following month off before heading to South America in March for Lollapalooza Argentina, Chile and Brazil. In May, the band will cross the pond to start a lengthy European and UK tour that sees them in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany and several O2 locations in England before closing with a set at Poland’s Orange Warsaw Festival in early June.
BROCKHAMPTON has been keeping fans up-to-date with life on the “Heaven Belongs to You Tour” via their web series, Keeping The Band. As per the latest episode, we see tension between Kevin Abstract and the rest of the group rising, along with their frustrations on tour and how they spend their days off.
Take a look at the full list of tour dates on brckhmpton.com.
In other music news, Forbes has announced the world’s top-earning musicians of 2019.
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