The Human League UK tour 2010


The Human League have confirmed the schedule for their UK tour later in the year. To promote their forthcoming new studio album, on Wall Of Sound the ElectroPop legends will be hitting the road for the first time since the 2008 Steel City tour, and for the first time in a long while will include new music in their set.

The League are slick as hell live so it would be in your best interest to check them out them when they pass near you, here’s the dates:

29th Nov – Norwich @ UEA
30th Nov – Halifax @ Victoria Theatre
01st Dec – Sheffield @ City Hall
03rd Dec – Bristol @ The Colston Hall
04th Dec – Wolverhampton @ Civic Hall
5th Dec – St. Albans @ Alban Arena
6th Dec – Folkestone @ Leas Cliff Hall
7th Dec – Liverpool @ Philharmonic Hall
9th Dec – Stoke @ Victoria Hall
10th Dec – London @ The Royal Festival Hall
11thDec – Cambridge @ Corn Exchange
13th Dec – Gateshead @ The Sage
14th Dec – Edinburgh @ Picture House
15th Dec – Manchester @ Academy
17th Dec – Lincoln @ The Engine Shed
18th Dec – Leicester @ De Montfort Hall

electronic rumors will be front and centre for the Bristol show, maybe catch you there?

Celebrate this exiting news with this track from a few years back, Richard Stone’s reMix of the classic ‘The Things That Dreams Are Made Of’:

The Human League – The Things That Dreams Are Made Of (Richard Stone Radio Edit)

Tickets go on sale tomorrow and are bound to sell out pretty fast!

The Human League @ Beatport

The Human League @ Juno

The Human League @ 7Digital

The Human League @ Amazon

6 comments on “The Human League UK tour 2010

  1. Yawn, its Graham Norton, Joanna Lumley and Cathy Burke doing Elctroclash 10 years too late.
    One for the over 50s re living their youth only.

    • Seriously? Bit harsh! These guys are practically responsible for ElectroPop as we know it, and they still put on a slick live show.
      Each to their own I suppose, but you gotta’ know where you’ve been to know where you’re at…
      Do you feel the same way about Kraftwerk?, Moroder?, Jarre? Depeche Mode?, whether you’re into Electro-House or ElectroPop the foundations for the music you listen to was laid by people over 30 years ago, and there are some people, in their youth right now, who are into electronic music and never had a chance to hear those pioneering acts play live first time around, so this kinda of tour is great for them.
      I would say your ‘over 50s’ have probably already seen The Human League’ live…one for the under 30s who haven’t had a chance to see them before more like!

  2. Sorry Human League are well passed thier sell by date. Theyve been doing embarassing Hits shows at Butlins for the past decade. No one is going to take a album by these fossiles seriously.

    One for the Darby and Joan club who never left the 80s

  3. If they’re going to do their new stuff (new album in autumn?) then it’s OK… it’s obvious that they’ll do Don’t You Want me, Mirror man etc. etc. as well.

  4. Im seeing them when they come to Cambridge. I fricking LOVE them! (and im 25!)
    The more 80’s the better 🙂

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