From disco to politics: Le Tigre’s comeback Tour promises a riotous celebration

Wanna disco? Wanna see me disco? Le Tigre have announced an exciting lineup and a long-awaited European tour.

Le Tigre, the iconic post-riot grrrl band fronted by Kathleen Hanna, is set to make their long-awaited comeback tour after an 18-year hiatus. The band, known for their fierce punk vocals over electronic beats and their political activism, is hitting the road with an exciting lineup of support acts, including Dream Wife, Problem Patterns, Big Joanie, Chicks on Speed, and more.

With their signature track “Deceptacon” and lyrics like “Wanna disco? Wanna see me disco? Let me hear you depoliticize my rhyme,” Le Tigre has always been a band that blurred the lines between music, politics, and activism. Their forthcoming tour promises to be a riotous celebration of everything the band stands for, from their feminist anthems to their politically charged lyrics.

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Fans old and new can expect to hear classics like “Hot Topic,” “TKO,” and “After Dark,” as well as new material from the band’s upcoming album. Le Tigre’s tour is not just a chance to hear some amazing music, but also an opportunity to join in a movement that has always been about challenging the status quo, fighting for equality and justice, and empowering people to make their voices heard. Following on from their European leg, among the exciting opening acts joining them in the U.S are the likes of Who Is She?, Morgan And The Organ Donors, Claud, Man On Man, Erin Markey, cumgirl8, Pom Pom Squad, Shamir, Morgan Bassichis, and HYD, delivering a must-see series of performances that are not to be missed.

So get ready to dance, to shout, and to feel inspired. Le Tigre’s comeback tour is one event you won’t want to miss!

Full tour fax here.

JUNE 2023
1 – Barcelona, Primavera Sound
3 – London, Troxy
5 – Manchester, Albert Hall
6 – Glasgow, Barrowland Ballroom
8 –  Madrid, Primavera Sound
9 – Porto, NOS Primavera Sound
11 – Paris, Le Trianon 
14 – Amsterdam, Paradiso
16 – Berlin, Huxleys Neue Welt 
17 – Hamburg, Markthalle