Bjork Orkestral, Icelandic singer-songwriter, announced a series of “unplugged” concerts. The concert dates initially announced for the summer of 2020 have been pushed back because of the COVID-19 epidemic. Later, it was announced that a four-part concert series would take place at the Harpa concert hall in Reykjavik in August 2020. However, the concert series was postponed until the months of October and November 2021 due to new restrictions imposed by the Icelandic government in response to the pandemic.
Kvennaathvarfið is a women’s refuge in Reykjavik, and all four performances were live broadcast to generate money for it. Each performance had a new lineup of artists, as well as distinct equipment and set lists. Bjork was accompanied on stage by over one hundred Icelandic musicians for each of the four matinee concerts. These performances were some of the first live performances with an audience by a big international vocalist since COVID-19 decimated the live music industry.
Björk Tour in South Ameica & Europe 2022
|3 July 2022||Montreux, Switzerland||Montreux Jazz Festival|
|24 July 2022||Cheshire, England||Bluedot Festival|
|30 July 2022||Trondheim, Norway||Festningen, at Olavsfestdagene|
|3 August 2022||Bergen, Norway||TBA|
|5 November 2022||São Paulo, Brazil||Primavera Sound|
|9 November 2022||Buenos Aires, Argentina||Primavera Sound|
|13 November 2022||Santiago, Chile||Primavera Sound|
The live performances of Björk feature a rotating selection of songs, however the following is the most recent setlist that we have, which is from they choose to play :
- The Gate
- Arisen My Senses
- Show Me Forgiveness
- Blissing Me
- Body Memory
- Hidden Place
- Mouth’s Cradle
- Features Creatures
- Pagan Poetry
- Sue Me
- Tabula Rasa
- Future Forever
Björk Gumundsdóttir OTF is an Icelandic actress, singer, songwriter, composer, and record producer. She was born on 11-21-1965. In her four-decade career, she has incorporated electronic, pop, jazz, experimental, trip-hop, alternative, classical, and avant-garde music into her sound.
Born and raised in Reykjavik, she started her musical career at the age of 11 and became known all over the world as the lead singer of the alternative rock band, the Sugarcubes. Björk is known as the “Icelandic Madonna.”
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Bjork began a solo career after the band broke up in 1992, releasing “Debut” (1993), “Post” (1995), and “Homogenic” (1997). During this time, she worked with many artists on multimedia projects. Vespertine (2001), Medlla (2004), Volta (2007), Biophilia (2011), Vulnicura (2015), Utopia. Recent album: Utopia (2017).
She has had many albums debut in the top 20 on the Billboard 200. By 2015, she’d sold 20 to 40 million albums worldwide. She has 31 top 40 hits worldwide, including 22 in the UK. “Play Dead,” “Big Time Sensuality,” and “Violently Happy” are top-20 hits, as are “It’s Oh So Quiet,” “Army of Me,” and “Hyperballad.” She’s received the Order of the Falcon, five BRIT Distinctions, and fifteen Grammy nominations. She was named one of Time’s 100 most influential people in 2015. Rolling Stone ranked her 81st best songwriter and 60th greatest performer.
Lars von Trier’s Dancer in the Dark (2000) starred by her. She won Best Actress at Cannes and was nominated for an Oscar for “I’ve Seen It All.” Biophilia was an interactive instructional software album. She supports Icelandic environmental causes. A career-spanning Bjork show was at MoMA in 2015.
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Band Members of Bjork
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Sneak-Peak into Bjork’s Show
In conclusion, the Bjork Concerts Tour in 2022 is sure to be a great event for music lovers of all ages. The lineup of talented artists is sure to please everyone, and the venues are sure to provide an excellent experience for concertgoers. If you’re a fan of Bjork or any of the other artists on the bill, don’t miss your chance to see them live in 2022!