Public Service Broadcasting are proud to announce their final UK headline show of the year will be at the prestigious Royal Albert Hall on Thursday 1 November. The show is the culmination of a hugely successful period for the band, including the release of the critically-acclaimed album Every Valleyand a very special commissioned performance at BBC Music’s Biggest Weekend in Belfast.
Before they take to the stage at the Royal Albert Hall they’ll be going back to Wales for a 5-date run across the country where Every Valley was recorded in early 2017.
Speaking about the dates, founder J. Willgoose, Esq. said: “We’re really looking forward to finishing our Every Valley album run with what promises to be a special set of shows. It’s great to be saying a final thanks to Wales, and the Valleys in particular, for all the support and encouragement we’ve received since starting to research, write, record and then launch the album in Wales, and then to land up in the Royal Albert Hall a few days later seems like the best possible way to finish things off.”
Having already appeared at Primavera Sound, BBC Biggest Weekend and the inaugural All Points East, PSB also have a busy summer ahead of them with slots at, among others, Bluedot, Larmer Tree, Leopallooza & Green Man.
Their final run of dates in Wales culminating with a big night at the Royal Albert Hall in London promises to be a grand send off to Every Valley.Tickets for all shows go on general sale at 10am on Friday 8 June via publicservicebroadcasting.net
25 October – Pontio Arts Centre, Bangor
26 October –Pontardawe Arts Centre, Pontardawe
27 October – Blackwood Miners’ Institute, Blackwood
28 October – Riverfront Theatre, Newport
29 October – Muni Arts Centre, Pontypridd
1 November – Royal Albert Hall, London