Jungle Announce World Tour In Support Of New Album, 'For Ever'

The headline tour will run throughout 2018 and 2019.

By Taylor Irwin - Jul 26, 2018
Jungle, the London-based group behind songs like Busy Earnin', Time, and The Heat, are back with a new album, For Ever, and a world tour with dates in 2018 and 2019. The headline tour will run throughout 2018 and 2019.

Jungle are back, baby.

Following the immense success of their self-titled debut album, the neo-soul duo have announced that their sophomore effort, For Ever, will be released on September 14 via XL Recordings. While the first two tracks off the forthcoming LP dropped back in May, we've now been blessed with two more—"Cherry" and "Heavy, California".


In support of their new music, the London natives will be hitting the road with their seven-strong collective, kicking off at Reeperbahn Festival in Hamburg on September 19. If you've had the pleasure of seeing them live before, you already know this tour is a can't miss when it's in your city.

Check out all of Jungle's just announced dates below, then make sure to Track them on Bandsintown!

Jungle's 2018 and 2019 Tour Dates

Sep 19: Reeperbahn Festival - Hamburg, Germany

Sep 23: Life Is Beautiful - Las Vegas NV, USA

Sep 25: The Majestic - Ventura CA, USA

Sep 26: The Glasshouse - Pomona CA, USA

Sep 28: The Black Sheep - Colorado Springs, USA

Sep 29: Aggie Theatre - Fort Collins CO, USA

Sep 30: Boulder Theatre - Boulder CO, USA

Oct 03: Auditorio Blackberry - Mexico City, Mexico

Oct 05: Austin City Limits - Austin TX, USA

Oct 07: Republic - New Orleans LA, USA

Oct 08 : House Of Blues - Dallas TX, USA

Oct 09: House Of Blues - Houston TX, USA

Oct 12: Austin City Limits - Austin TX, USA

Oct 14 : Treasure Island - Oakland CA, USA

Oct 31 : Sentrum Scene - Oslo, Norway

Nov 02: Noisey Festival - Copenhagen, Denmark

Nov 03: Vasateatern - Stockholm, Sweden

Nov 05: Tavastia Club - Helsinki, Finland

Nov 06: Rock Cafe - Tallinn, Estonia

Nov 08: Palladium - Riga, Latvia

Nov 09: Compensa Hall - Vilnius, Lithuania

Nov 10: Progresja - Warsaw, Poland

Nov 12: Roxy, Prague - Czech Republic

Nov 13: Majestic Music Club - Bratislava, Slovakia

Nov 15: Muffathalle - Munich, Germany

Nov 16: Les Docks - Lausanne, Switzerland

Nov 17: Kantine - Köln, Germany

Nov 19: Gibson - Frankfurt, Germany

Nov 20: Doornroosje - Nijmegen, Netherlands

Nov 21: Tivoli Vredenburg - Utrecht, Netherlands

Nov 22: Trix Hall - Antwerp, Belgium

Feb 13: UEA - Norwich, UK

Feb 15: Academy 1 - Manchester, UK

Feb 16: O2 Academy - Leeds, UK

Feb 18: Olympia Theatre - Dublin, Ireland

Feb 21: Alexandra Palace - London, UK

Feb 23: Aeronef Club - Lille, France

Feb 24: Olympia - Paris, France

Feb 26: Stereolux - Nantes, France

Mar 01: Palladium - Los Angeles CA, USA

Mar 07: Roseland - Portland OR, USA

Mar 08: Showbox - Seattle WA, USA

Mar 09: The Vogue - Vancouver BC, Canada

Mar 12: First Avenue - Minneapolis MN, USA

Mar 16: Danforth - Toronto ON, Canada

Mar 20: Union Transfer - Philadelphia PA, USA

Mar 21: 930 Club - Washington DC, USA

Mar 22: Orange Peel - Asheville NC, USA

Mar 23 : Marathon Music Works - Nashville TN, USA

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Taylor Irwin

I spent my first allowance on a TLC 'Waterfalls' cassette and have been a different version of David Bowie for Halloween the past five years. Golden rule: You can never have too many tacos in a single 24-hour period.


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