Peter Doherty, who is currently putting the finishing touches to his second solo album, has announced his band members and the cast of supporting artists for his forthcoming Eudaimonia Tour (Eudaimonia – Greek:happiness/welfare/human flourishing). 

Peter has recruited a travelling band of musicians for the tour – Drew McConnell (bass), Miki Beavis (violin), KDV (Piano/keyboards), Stefany Kaberian (accordion) and Rafa (drums).
Peter has chosen the supporting cast from poets, writers and musicians in his artistic milieu, providing a whole evening’s captivating entertainment.
On the bill on every night of the tour will be Welsh wonder Jack Jones from Trampolene and Simon Mason, who will read extracts from his memoir ‘Too High, Too Far, Too Soon.’ Special guests will include Libertine John Hassall’s new band The April Rainers (Manchester/London), Hector Bizerk (Scotland), Deadcuts (acoustic-Bristol) and Amy Jo And The Spangles (London).
The full dates for the Eudaimonia Tour are:
WED  11th Bristol  Academy  
FRI  13th Glasgow  Barrowland  SOLD OUT    
SAT 14th Aberdeen Garage   SOLD OUT
MON 16th Newcastle Riverside   SOLD OUT
TUE 17th Manchester  Albert Hall   SOLD OUT    
THU 19th  London  Hackney Empire  
FRI 20th London  Hackney Empire
FRI 27th Coventry Empire
SUN 29th Liverpool Sound City (The North Stage)
A single The Whole World Is Our Playground, was released as a limited edition 12” vinyl (1,200 worldwide) on Record Store Day (April 16th).
Peter will also be playing eight shows in France in November.  The full list of shows is:
WED 16th  Paris  Bataclan  SOLD OUT
THU 17th  Paris  Bataclan 
FRI 18th  Toulouse  Le Bikini
SAT 19th  Marseille  L’Usine
MON 21st  Clermont-Ferran La Cooperative de Mai
TUE 22nd  Lyon  La Transbordeur
THU 24th  Caen  Le Cargo

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