Björk plus Lanark Artefax and Klein

Saturday 7 July

Björk plus Lanark Artefax and Klein

Saturday 7 July

Due to unforeseen logistical issues in Björk’s touring diary, we are sorry to announce that her show at Eden will now be held on Saturday 7 July and not on Wednesday 20 June as previously announced. 

All existing tickets are valid for the new date. Please note that we are no longer accepting requests for refunds from ticket purchasers for this rescheduled show as the deadline for these requests has now passed.

We are very sorry for any inconvenience and look forward to welcoming you to Eden on 7 July.

About the show

This Eden concert is set to be one of only two the Icelandic superstar is due to play in the UK in the summer of 2018. Her other appearance will be at the new All Points East festival in London’s Victoria Park.

Over a career spanning four decades, Björk has developed a unique style which takes in pop, electronic, classical, trip hop and avant-garde styles. She came to fame as the lead singer of the alt-rock group The Sugarcubes before going solo in 1993 and winning massive acclaim with albums such as Debut (1993), Post (1995) and Homogenic (1997).

She has had 30 singles reach the top 40 on pop charts around the world, with 22 top 40 hits in the UK. These include the top 10 hits It’s Oh So Quiet, Army of Me and Hyperballad.

Among many accolades, Björk has won five BRIT Awards, four MTV Video Music Awards, one MOJO Award, three UK Music Video Awards and 21 Icelandic Music Awards.

Her latest release Blissing Me is the second single to come from her ninth studio album, Utopia. The video is directed by Tim Walker and Emma Dalzell, featuring makeup by Hungry, and shot in one single take in Iceland.

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Glasgow-based electronic musician Lanark Artefax came to prominence following release of his Glasz EP in 2016. Having been championed by Björk and Aphex Twin, he returned last year with an EP on the Whities label to massive critical acclaim.


London-based musician Klein has been described as one of the UK’s most intriguing producers and performers. Her compositions use pitch-shifted and contorted mobile phone recordings of her own voice, piano and guitar playing, and samples from Nigerian B movies.

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