Nia Archives announces 28-date Junglists Worldwide Tour

The unstoppable Bradford-born, Leeds-raised new-gen junglist Nia Archives announces her biggest tour to date. Kicking off on Thursday 19th September 2024 in Washington DC, USA, Nia will begin a 28-date worldwide tour that’ll see her take her eclectic and electrifying hybrid live show with full visuals across North America, the UK and Europe, Australia and New Zealand. With the final stop in New Zealand at Auckland Town Hall on the 26th January 2025, this impressive string of dates that are poised to be another sell-out run will include the mighty Brixton Academy in London on the 8th November, as well as the iconic Fonda Theatre in LA on the 25th September. Fans can get early access to the pre-sale tomorrow Thursday 6th June @ 10am Local Time, with general on-sale available Friday 7th June @ 10am Local Time.

Since its modest 400 tickets-sold-out inception just two years ago in December 2022 in London and Manchester, UP YA ARCHIVES parties have gone from strength to strength and have become something of a major cultural movement. From her Bad Gyalz Day Rave last summer, to her 10,000 ticket sell out Warehouse Project Takeover and record breaking Boiler Room hosted by Charity Shop Sue for IWD that welcomed exclusively women, trans and non-binary ravers (the first ever for the platform), Nia Archives is paving the way for a new kind of dancefloor and centering those previously marginalised voices and ravers. British GQ noted of her Bad Gyalz Rave “As jungle blares from the speakers, I’m struck by the feelgood energy. Nobody is checking their phone or looking over their shoulder. Social anxiety seems to have been left in the cloakroom.” Through her multi-genre UP YA ARCHIVES parties, Nia is using her platform and voice to lift up and celebrate those alongside hers, all the while shining a light onto creativity from the North of England.

‘Junglists Worldwide Tour’ dates:

19th September – TBA – Washington, DC
20th September- TBA
21st September – Making Time – Philadelphia, PA
25th September – The Fonda Theatre – Los Angeles, CA
28th September- Portola Music Festival – San Francisco, CA
1st October – Neptune Theatre – Seattle, WA
4th October – Celebrities – Vancouver, BC
5th October – Daisy Chain – San Diego, CA
9th October – SAT – Montreal, Quebec
10th October – Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, Ontario

11th October – Brooklyn Steel – Brooklyn, NY
30th October – TV Studio SWG3 – Glasgow, UK
31st Oct – NX – Newcastle, UK
1st November – Depot Mayfield – Manchester, UK
2nd November – The Academy – Dublin, Ireland
6th November – O2 Academy Bristol – Bristol, UK
8th November – O2 Academy Brixton – London, UK

12th November – La Madeleine – Brussels, Belgium
13th November – Amager Bio – Copenhagen, Denmark
15th November – Elysee Montmartre – Paris, France
16th November – Melkweg – Amsterdam, Netherlands
17th November – Metropol – Berlin, Germany

17th January – Enmore Theatre – Sydney, Australia
18th January – Fortitude Music Hall – Brisbane, Australia
23rd January – Metro City – Perth, Australia
24th January – PICA – Melbourne, Australia
26th January – Auckland Town Hall – Auckland, New Zealand

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