After previously confirmed arena tour in North America and Europe, Bon Iver announces first festival shows in Europe. Justin Vernon with his band will perform at three Scandinavian festivals next summer.
Norwegian Øyafestivalen will host American band on August 12, day later Bon Iver will take the stage at Swedish Way Out West, while the end of this Scandinavian tour will happen at Finnish Flow festival.
You can see the announcement here:
It was already confirmed that the first festival show for Bon Iver will be at M3F Fest in Phoenix.
Bon Iver is one of the best-known indie-folk bands and was formed in 2006. Their debut studio album For Emma, Forever Ago, which features singles like ‘For Emma’ and ‘Skinny Love’ is one of the most groundbreaking albums of the late 00s. Throughout eleven successful years in their career, Justin Vernon’s band has released three studio albums, two EPs, and has won two Grammy awards. They have collaborated with artists like The National and Kanye West.
Flow Festival 2020
Flow Festival has become synonymous with bringing music from old school legends to topical newcomers. Beyond the music, Flow offers a warm embrace of the arts and an exceptional array of world-spanning cuisine. Flow Festival is held in a disused power station built at the turn of the century. Only a short walk away from the centre of Helsinki, the monumental architectural site is brought to life with light design and decorations beyond compare. Last year festival bill included The Cure, Tame Impala, Cardi B, Erykah Badu and James Blake.
- Location: Suvilahti, Helsinki, Finland
- Dates: 14-16 August 2020
- Tickets: 3-day tickets on sale for €185
- For more information, visit the official website.