All David Gilmour 2024 Tour Dates So Far

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David Gilmour has finally revealed his first tour dates to support his new studio album “Luck and Strange,” which he has been working on for almost ten years. The official release states that the initial shows to be announced would be the only ones in the United Kingdom.

The six events that have been confirmed will all take place in October of next year at London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall. It’s Gilmour’s favorite British venue, he remarked in a video that was uploaded to social media.

David said, “I’m coming to the Albert Hall early October this year to play in my favorite venue, certainly my favorite venue in England. It always has such a wonderful atmosphere, beautiful place, sounds great too.”

Since the record will be released in September and, as far as the musician is concerned, these are the only dates in Britain, further dates will undoubtedly be revealed soon. At the very least, we should expect other gigs in Europe this year.

All David Gilmour 2024 tour dates scheduled so far


  • 9 – Royal Albert Hall, London, England
  • 10 – Royal Albert Hall, London, England
  • 11 – Royal Albert Hall, London, England
  • 12 – Royal Albert Hall, London, England
  • 14 – Royal Albert Hall, London, England
  • 15 – Royal Albert Hall, London, England


New album

Along with a rendition of The Montgolfier Brothers’ original recording of “Between Two Points,” the album includes eight original tracks. Gilmour was joined on the album by drummers Adam Betts, Steve Gadd, and Steve DiStanislao, as well as bassists Guy Pratt and Tom Herbert.

Rob Gentry and Roger Eno played keyboards on the record, with Will Gardner handling the choir arrangements. Richard Wright, the late Pink Floyd keyboardist, is also featured on the title track, which is a recording of a 2007 jam session held in Gilmour’s barn.

David Gilmour: “Luck and Strange” tracklist

  1. Black Cat
  2. Luck and Strange
  3. The Piper’s Call
  4. A Single Spark
  5. Vita Brevis
  6. Between Two Points – with Romany Gilmour
  7. Dark and Velvet Nights
  8. Sings
  9. Scattered

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