The Tivoli Tour Dates

The Tivoli received critical acclaim for their debut album 'National Service' and the follow up, offshoot 'National Service Rewind', in which the self-elected Richard H. Kirk took the reins. Their live CV boasts sold out shows across the UK, including tour slots with Kiwi music gods 'KORA'. Most recently, the Windmills Project have tapped into the Bands's legacy. After a self imposed exile of 3 years the band are returning to the fray with their new project 'Council To The Crown'.

The Tivoli tour dates listed on since Jun 2006.

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Past Events

Here are the most recent UK tour dates we had listed for The Tivoli. Were you there?

  • Sheffield Mind Present Electric Soft Parade The Legend Of The 7 Black Tentacles, The Tivoli, Matinee Hype, Projectionists, Screaming Maldini…
    Sheffield, The Plug
  • The Tivoli Ian Huddleston and The Expecations, 10 Take, Don Barrell Gents, The Red Letrasets
    Sheffield, The Plug
  • The Tivoli Stoops, Ti Amo, Fallen Trees
    Sheffield, The Leadmill
  • Soundclash Alvarez Kings, The Tivoli, Ian Huddleston, The Expectations, Dave Woodcock…
    Sheffield, The Plug
  • The Tivoli The Ratells, Century Kids, Searching For Evidence, Chatfield, The Culprits
    Sheffield, O2 Academy Sheffield
  • This Years Crisis Electric River, The Tivoli, Ishmael
    London, The Camden Assembly
  • EP Launch Pistola Kicks, The Tivoli, Driftrun, Dark Sparks, Ruberlaris
    Sheffield, The Plug
  • Radio No Go Album Launch Commander In Chief, The Tivoli, Electric River, Loud Howard, J.D. Smith
    London, The Ballyhoo
  • The Tivoli
    Sheffield, The Boardwalk
  • The Tivoli The Clones, Josh Friend, Ryan Keen, Paul Raj
    London, The Good Ship