Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds at Manchester Arena

Chris Horkan, Music Editor
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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds at Manchester Arena, Manchester, 25 September 2017, from £45.00 - Book now

Now well in to their third decade of activity, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds are one of the most established and acclaimed live bands in the world.

Led by the charismatic frontman Nick Cave, the Australian eight-piece are touring their 16th studio album, Skeleton Tree, which topped the charts in eight countries. In the UK, the record gaining the band their highest ever position – entering at second – so it’s no wonder that this eight-week-long European tour, their first in three years, kicks off with five large-scale shows in the UK.

Skeleton Tree‘s released last September was marked by the premiere of One More Time With Feeling, a documentary feature film about the making of the album, directed by Andrew Dominik. Both the documentary and album have received critical acclaim – with the latter going on to sell more than 60,000 copies in the UK.

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds at Manchester Arena, Manchester

25 September 2017
From £45.00

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