The Cult/Mission/Killing Joke to do stadium tour
The Cult/Mission/Killing Joke to do stadium tour

The Cult/Mission/Killing Joke to do stadium tour
The Cult/Mission/Killing Joke to do stadium tour

God knows how someone pulled this one together but the three biggest bands of the dark clad fraternity are to do a stadium tour in September.

The Cult/Mission/Killing Joke will be hitting arenas in Newcastle, Sheffield, Manchester, Birmingham and London. The Cult, The Mission and Killing Joke tickets will go on general sale on Friday March 23 at 9am and will be available online at

Spet 11 Newcastle Arena
Sept 12 Sheffield Arena
Set 14 Manchester Arena
Sept 15 Birmingham Arena

10 COMMENTS

  1. I see a promoter losing a lot of money on this tour. I don’t think any of the bands are capable of selling out Academy sized venues on their own merit and a package tour like this would make more sense to be in venues similar in size to the Apollo.
    Great line-up, bad choices of venue.

  2. Bit of consistancy is needed here. First you say it’s a stadium tour, but then admit all the shows take place in arenas. Surely a stadium tour takes place in…erm…. stadiums.

    Interesting line up. All bands have delivered wonderful moments, just not enough of them. Inclined to go but need something extra to sway my decision one way or the other. To make that decision they should add Gene Loves jezebel to the line up. With them on the bill I’ll definetly be avoiding.

    who are Gene Loves Jezebel? Quite.

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