Pulp are pleased to announce a series of shows for 2023, including headlining Latitude festival & London’s Finsbury Park.
“Three months ago, we asked, What exactly do you do for an encore?”
An encore happens when the crowd makes enough noise to bring the band back to the stage
We are playing in the UK & Ireland in 2023
Therefore… Come along & make some noise. See you there”
Jarvis Cocker October 2022
FRIDAY 26TH MAY 2023 – Bridlington Spa
SUNDAY 28TH MAY 2023 – Warrington Neighbourhood Weekender
FRIDAY 9TH JUNE 2023 – Dublin St Anne’s Park
SATURDAY 1st JULY 2023 – London Finsbury Park
FRIDAY 7TH JULY 2023 – Glasgow TRNSMT Festival
SUNDAY 9TH JULY 2023 – Scarborough Open Air Theatre
WEDNESDAY 12TH JULY 2023 – Cardiff International Arena
FRIDAY 14TH JULY 2023 – Sheffield Utilita Arena
SATURDAY 15TH JULY 2023 – Sheffield Utilita Arena
FRIDAY 21ST JULY 2023 – Suffolk Latitude Festival
Pulp released their first album, It, in 1983 – after having already spent five years trying to get a record deal. It wasn’t until the release of 1994’s His ‘n’ Hers that Pulp found commercial success, with the band’s follow-up, Different Class, becoming one of the defining albums of the 90s.
Sort of breaking up in 2002, and then again in 2013, the years Pulp spent on hiatus saw Cocker launching several solo projects – hosting a BBC Radio 6 Music show, performing as JARV IS, and releasing a whole album of 60s French pop covers for Wes Anderson’s 2021 film, The French Dispatch.
Never officially breaking the band up, Jarvis once referred to Pulp as “a dormant volcano”. Twelve years after Pulp famously headlined packed stages at Glastonbury, Wireless, the Isle Of Wight festival and Reading and Leeds in 2011, expect the volcano to erupt again in 2023.