The Cure Announce First North American Tour in Seven Years

The Cure Announce First North American Tour in Seven Years

The Cure have outlined an upcoming North American tour, dubbed Song of a Lost World, with 30 tour stops in the U.S. and Canada. The excursion is slated to begin on May 10 in New Orleans and will serve as the band’s first stateside tour in seven years. 

After kicking off their jaunt in the Big Easy, Robert Smith and his collaborators will hop over to the Lone Star State, where they are billed to take the stage in Houston, Dallas and Austin, Texas, before a one-night stand at Albuquerque, N.M.’s Isleta Amphitheater on May 16. From there, they’ll play in Phoenix prior to a series of Golden State gigs, including three nights at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl. 

Next, The Cure will jump up to Seattle’s Climate Pledge Arena on June 1, followed by the first Canadian stop of this tour, which will occur the following night at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia. After a quick trip to The Great White North, the band will pop down to Salt Lake City for a concert, which will be followed by shows scattered throughout the Midwest region of the U.S.

Following a June 13 performance in Motor City, The Cure will pick up a pair of Canadian tour dates, scheduled to happen in Ontario and Quebec. On June 16, the group will take a stand in Boston before a three-night run at New York’s Madison Square Garden on June 20 through 22.

From there, the English rockers will turn up at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center on June 24. After that, they’ll work their way down the Eastern Seaboard before their final North American tour date on July 1 at the Miami-Dade Arena in Miami, Fla. 

The Cure’s impending trek through North America marks their first since a 2019 festival appearance and a 2016 regional tour, which came before that.

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The Cure North American Tour Dates: 

May 10 – Smoothie King Center – New Orleans

May 12 – Toyota Center – Houston 

May 13 – Dos Equis Pavilion – Dallas

May 14 – Moody Center – Austin, Texas

May 16 – Isleta Amphitheater – Albuquerque, N.M. 

May 18 – Desert Diamond Arena – Phoenix

May 20 – NICU Amphitheatre – San Diego, Calif. 

May 23 – Hollywood Bowl – Los Angeles

May 24 – Hollywood Bowl – Los Angeles

May 25 – Hollywood Bowl – Los Angeles

May 27 – Shoreline Amphitheatre – San Francisco 

June 1 – Climate Pledge Arena – Seattle 

June 2 – Rogers Arena – Vancouver, British Columbia 

June 4 – Vivint Smart Home Arena – Salt Lake City

June 6 – Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre – Greenwood Village, Colo. 

June 8 – Xcel Energy Center – Saint Paul, Minn. 

June 10 – United Center – Chicago

June 11 – Blossom Music Center – Cleveland 

June 13 – Pine Knob Music Theatre – Detroit 

June 14 – Budweiser Stage – Toronto, Ontario 

June 16 – Bell Centre – Montreal, Quebec

June 18 – Xfinity Center – Boston

June 20 – Madison Square Garden – New York

June 21 – Madison Square Garden – New York

June 22 – Madison Square Garden – New York

June 24 – Wells Fargo Center – Philadelphia

June 25 – Merriweather Post Pavilion – Columbia, Md.

June 27 – State Farm Arena – Atlanta

June 29 – Amalie Arena – Tampa, Fla.

July 1 – Miami-Dade Arena – Miami, Fla.

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