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Keane Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 775,427
Category Alternative, Indie
Concerts
Apr
01
Palacio de los Deportes
Mexico
Tickets
Apr
03
Auditorio Telmex
Zapopan
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Apr
19
AFAS Live
Amsterdam
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Apr
21
E-Werk
Cologne
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Apr
22
E-Werk
Cologne
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Apr
24
Cirque Royal
Brussels
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Apr
25
Cirque Royal
Brussels
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Apr
26
L’Olympia
Paris
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Apr
27
L’Olympia
Paris
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May
03
First Direct Arena
Leeds
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May
04
Utilita Arena Birmingham
Birmingham
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May
05
Co-op Live
Manchester
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May
07
Bournemouth International Centre
Bournemouth
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May
08
Utilita Arena Cardiff
Cardiff
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May
10
The O2
London
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May
11
The O2
London
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May
13
3Arena
Dublin
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Jun
07
Vaulen
Stavanger
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Jun
08
Sentrum Scene
Oslo
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Jun
20
Isle of Wight Festival 2024
Newport
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Jun
21
Pinkpop 2024
Landgraaf
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Jul
09
Auditorio Starlite
Playa Duque Marbella
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Jul
25
Henham Park
Eye
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Aug
07
Kunst!Rasen Bonn/Gronau
Bonn
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Aug
08
Stadtpark-Open-Air-Bühne
Hamburg
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Aug
09
Zitadelle Spandau
Berlin
Tickets
Aug
16
Parkenfestivalen 2024
Bodø
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Sep
04
The Greek Theatre Berkeley
Berkeley
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Sep
06
Humphreys Concerts By the Bay
San Diego
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Sep
09
Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre
Denver
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Sep
11
Majestic Theatre
Dallas
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Sep
12
Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater
Austin
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Sep
14
The Eastern
Atlanta
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Sep
15
Ryman Auditorium
Nashville
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Sep
17
Palace Theatre
Saint Paul
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Sep
18
The Chicago Theatre
Chicago
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Sep
23
MGM Music Hall at Fenway
Boston
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Sep
24
Radio City Music Hall
New York
Tickets
Sep
26
The Anthem
Washington
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About Keane
“From the start the band had been totally idiosyncratic – not part of any scene, not connected to any particular part of the music business – and I think that’s what attracted all us outsiders to them.” (Adam Tudhope, manager 1998 - present) Peter Kay recently said: “Keane have always had the rare ability to produce songs that feel and sound as if we’ve known them all of our lives (so just imagine how good this ‘best of’ is going to be), nothing but wall to wall brilliance that you already know or at least feel you do. First and foremost, I was a fan, being fortunate to see them play live many times over the last ten years (yes ten years!! Where did that go?) and continually they astonish at how much they give. Playing each and every time as if their lives depended on it. If you’ve never seen them live, I urge you to please make the effort. Trust me, it’ll stay with you forever. Simply, they’re four funny, generous and extremely grounded blokes who still can’t believe their luck and who continually strive for brilliance, but now a decade in it’s time for us to take stock and celebrate just how much their music has shadowed and enriched our daily lives. Ladies and gentleman, boys and girls, I give you, the wondrous Keane.” ---- Not many British bands these days have more than one big-selling album, let alone five. Fewer still manage to replicate - and maintain - that success outside the UK. And only a tiny number are able to continually develop their sound as their career progresses. But, in the last decade, Keane have achieved all of those things and a whole lot more. After selling over 11 million copies of their five consecutive Number One records, with their four award winning albums and their 8 track EP ‘Night Train’, it is no exaggeration to say that Keane are firmly established as one of the world's most successful, innovative and cherished bands. When Keane first got together all those years ago, three of the bands they most admired were the Beatles, Radiohead and Blur. What made all of those acts special was that although nobody could ever predict what they'd do next, you knew it would be worth hearing. Over the release of their five albums that's an exclusive club to which Keane have surely now gained membership. Tracklisting for ‘The Best Of Keane’ below, revealing the story of one of the biggest bands of the decade; Track 1. Everybody’s Changing 1997, Battle, Hastings, seaside small-town England. Keane, a struggling trio from the aptly-named Battle, take five years to be discovered “overnight” in December 2002 at the Betsey Trotwood pub, east London, by Simon Williams, founder of the atom-sized though astronomically influential Fierce Panda label. Signed in 2003, that year is dominated by America, a glitzy showbiz caterwaul of Black Eyed Peas, Beyoncé, Avril Lavigne, Justin Timberlake, Eminem and Christina Aguilera. The quintessentially British Keane, by comparison (also championed by Radio 1's Steve Lamacq) wear their hearts on their vulnerably-fraying sleeves and release debut independent single ‘Everybody's Changing’ in April 2003 before signing to the mighty Island major and releasing world-class epic piano-rock anthem ‘Somewhere Only We Know’ in early 2004. Debut album ‘Hopes And Fears’ follows, an instantaneous, British rock phenomenon, a soaring rapture of euphoric melancholy which swathes the planet. A UK No.1 album, Keane bloom in a brand new landscape, a post-Britpop era of emotional sensitivity, which dominates the rest of the decade. “We're the post-OK Computer generation,” notes Tim Rice-Oxley, Keane's gifted songwriter, lyricist and pianist, of the '97 Radiohead classic. “For me, that was the album of our generation. We've grown up appreciating the power of a song that can unlock you. And we're all men, I guess, who probably wouldn't otherwise let go. That's our cornerstone. It's just good to feel you're not alone.” Track 2. Somewhere Only We Know 2006-2012, four more albums, four heroically different directions. Post ‘Hopes And Fears’, Keane detonate their own blueprint. Like Blur and Radiohead, they've the confidence to diversify: through ‘Under The Iron Sea’ (2006, portentous document of splintering inter-band relationships), ‘Perfect Symmetry’ (2008, ambitious experiment in conscience-rock and glittering electro-pop, recorded in Berlin), the ‘Night Train’ EP (further sonic experiments and lyrical ennui, recorded on the road) and ‘Strangeland’ (2012, piano-rock progressions on a rousing, reflective sojourn through human relationships and what it means to be 30-something men). ‘The Best Of Keane’, therefore, is more than just a greatest hits (and there's plenty of them): a compendium of Classic Keane Anthems plus band favourites, fan favourites, live favourites and two new tracks (‘Higher Than the Sun’, ‘Won't Be Broken’), featuring the stunning hymnal ‘Hamburg Song’ and the glorious reverie ‘My Shadow’. To date Keane have sold over 11 million albums worldwide, their five albums to date consecutive UK No.1s. “I'm very proud of the variety on the ‘Best Of’,” notes Tim. “You've got the Keane anthems, then something like ‘Hamburg Song’ which is deeply emotional. ‘Atlantic’ is weird, sonically ambitious. Same with ‘Spiralling’ (voted 2008 Song Of The Year by Q magazine). ‘Silenced By The Night’ covers my craving for American open highway epic rock songs. It's hasn't just been ‘Somewhere Only We Know’ times sixteen. There's a lyrical reflection of our lives and the way they've changed, in a really true way.” Track 3. Bend and Break 2012, Brazil. Tom Chaplin, a man whose astonishingly powerful archangel vocals puncture the human heart with a shard of purest yearning, awakes in a hotel bed. He's poleaxed, once again, by the malady which typifies the global touring colossus Keane have long become: stratospheric jet lag. “I had literally no sense of self,” he boggles. “I couldn't have told you what my name was, what day it was, what year it was.” Track 4. Bedshaped 700 shows in over 40 countries worldwide. Keane have now played in over forty individual countries: America, Russia, South America, Indonesia, Asia, the Middle East, Australia, Japan, all across Europe, over and over again. In South Korea they're known as The Autumn Band with all the wistful melancholy, melodic richness and emotional metamorphosis that implies. Their fans unfurl 'Welcome' flags in trees outside their hotels, tattoo their art-work and lyrics on their bodies, hold birthday parties in their honour, in Brazil (when they're not even in Brazil) and send lengthy letters saying their music has “saved my life”. Keane are a universal soul band. Track 5. This Is The Last Time 2004, Glastonbury. Newly back from their inaugural tour of America, Keane had left a Britain where their biggest-ever show was at The Forum, Kentish Town (capacity 2,000). “We got to Glastonbury and 20 thousand people were singing all our songs, it was electrifying,” beams Tim. “Before that, we had no sense whatsoever what it was like for our music to be everywhere.” Track 6. Atlantic 2005, Madison Square Gardens, New York City. Keane support U2 over five nights and Larry Mullen Jnr, shows Keane drummer Richard Hughes how he sets his kit up (with a view to minimising injury). “One of my absolute heroes,” marvels Rich. “And I'm sitting at his drum kit, at Madison Square Gardens. Mind-blowing.” Track 7. Is It Any Wonder? At the core of Keane lies a precious creative affinity, a vocal gift which interprets emotional music with a stunning synchronicity. “It's very rare,” notes Tom, “that both a singer and song-writer have that, together.” Tom feels he can sing like this because he battles, as all proper singers do, “insecurity, vulnerability and fear of the world, coupled with the ability to stand in front of thousands of people and pour it all out: those two extremes are the beating heart of most singers”. No wonder fellow artists love them: Paul McCartney, Pharrell Williams, Bono, Lily Allen, John Mayer, Nicole Scherzinger, Chris Martin, Gwyneth Paltrow, Gwen Stefani, Zach Braff, novelist Brett Easton Ellis, Kanye West and Snoop Dogg. Track 8. Nothing In My Way April 2013, BBC Radio 2, London. ‘Hopes And Fears’ is voted No.2 in the 100 Favourite Albums Of All Time by listeners of the UK's mighty Radio 2. Nothing stands in their way (apart from Coldplay at No.1), beating their all-time heroes: Simon & Garfunkel, Bruce Springsteen, The Beatles, REM, U2, Abba... “Ten years down the line and our vulnerability has been our saving grace,” decides Tom. “It's something that can't be affected by changing fashions. Because that's a human truth.” Track 9. Hamburg Song 2008, Germany. Keane love Germany, especially Berlin. “A city which has picked itself up time and time again is so inspirational,” says Tim. “Its history, its creativity, its innovation, its spirit of reconciliation, is also the spirit of the band.” They recorded third album ‘Perfect Symmetry’ at Teldex Studios in Berlin. Track 10. Crystal Ball 2006 onwards, everywhere. As well as old-school universal songwriters, Keane are new-school pioneers: one of the first bands ever to release a single on a USB stick (‘Nothing In My Way’, 2006): an acoustic gig on the Great Wall of China (in conjunction with the innovative Burberry, 2011): the first band to stream a 3D live show. “Not bad,” notes Rich, “for a band who started out playing The Crypt in Hastings.” Track 11. A Bad Dream 2005, Helioscentric Studios, Rye, Sussex. Keane record second album ‘Under The Iron Sea’, lyrically much of which is political and social comment on the modern world, songs such as ‘A Bad Dream’ and ‘Is It Any Wonder?’ question the heroics of war. These themes are also present on some of the following album ‘Perfect Symmetry’ in songs ‘Perfect Symmetry’ and ‘Better Than This’ for example. In 2007 the band become War Child ambassadors and curate a night at Brixton Academy in aid of the charity, featuring Pet Shop Boys, Lily Allen and Guillemots amongst others. Track 12. Try Again 2012, Japan. Tom knows more than most what it's like to try again. “The good old days didn't really work for me, “I didn't really appreciate how brilliant everything was, in the beginning,” muses the ever-philosophical Tom. “I don't think I was grown up enough, then.” he laughs, over breakfast in Japan. “But now I feel the happiest I've ever felt. In my whole life.” Track 13. Spiralling From the very beginning. Of a decade's extraordinary moments, Tim cherishes the ones with his band mates most. “I've a photo on my sitting room wall where we're in Brazil just completely pissing ourselves, basically,” he smiles. “That for me is the ultimate. Such a simple thing. Being with my friends, laughing, a lot.” Track 14. Perfect Symmetry Art, always. Keane know how to collaborate, choosing dazzling minds to enhance their singular vision: novelist/force of nature Irvine Welsh (director of the foreboding Atlantic video, 2006), graphic designer Sanna Annukka (the dynamic swirls of the Under The Iron Sea art-work), artist Osang Gwon (the life-size, photo-montage sculptures for the Perfect Symmetry art-work). They've met a myriad heroes on what Tom calls “The Celebrity Thrill Ride at Disneyland”. In 2011, a “babbling” Tim met all-time hero Paul Simon two nights in a row, “and his security guard clearly had me earmarked as a potentially dangerous nutter”. In 2011 in Glasgow, they had a backstage photo-op with Paul McCartney, Tim’s greatest hero other than Paul Simon. “We were stood in line and I thought, I'll let Tim stand next to him,” remembers Jesse Quin, Keane's live bass player turned full-time member in 2011. “And Paul McCartney shoved him out the way, pulled me next to him and said (comedy Liverpudlian) “us bass players have gorra stick together, man!”. “Tim won't let me forget it.” In 2010, Tom sang with Queen at the Albert Hall, introduced by Brian May with the words: “No-one's sung this song since Freddie sang it, because they haven't been able to.” Track 15. My Shadow 2004. Novelist William Boyd (currently penning the new James Bond novel) has enjoyed, in Keane, a curiously symbiotic connection: in their early years Keane wrote the song ‘Any Human Heart’, inspired by Boyd's novel of the same name. Never released, word filtered back to the writer anyway who was newly besotted with ‘Hopes And Fears’, beguiled by Tom's “ethereal, plangent voice” and Tim's “melodic generosity that was astounding in contemporary British rock”. William and Tim became friends, by 2012 both individually plundering East Sussex/West Kent for creative inspiration, for the ‘Strangeland’ album and the ‘Waiting For Sunrise’ novel. A short story ensued, named after the ‘Strangeland’ single ‘Sovereign Light Café’ (published on the deluxe CD sleeve-notes). “Keane,” wrote Boyd in a celebratory appraisal in the Guardian in 2012, “are a great British band.” Track 16. Silenced By The Night 2006/7, Under The Iron Sea Tour, everywhere. Rich sits behind his drum-kit, transfixed, as Tom sings ‘Try Again’, the staggeringly plaintive piano dreamscape which doesn't require much drumming. “And every night I would almost forget to come back in because I was lost, listening,” he remembers. “Tom just does it night after night, absolutely beautifully. A remarkable singer.” Track 17. Disconnected “It sounds pretentious but the whole culture of Keane, to a lot of people, is a vitally positive thing,” decides Tim. “It's definitely something real. We're brave and honest in our songs and people respond to that. Whether it's teenagers grappling with adulthood, people getting divorced, people stuck in war zones, they find, somehow, inspiration and comfort in our music.” Track 18. Sovereign Light Café 1980s. As kids in the 80s, the boys who would be Keane drank fizzy drinks in the Sovereign Light Café, Bexhill-on-Sea. As men in 2008, they drank fizzier drinks in Schwarzes Café, Berlin, the 24-hour bar where Keane relaxed most nights, sometimes 'til 6am. For the first time in his life, Tim felt he was truly “living the dream”. Track 19. Higher Than The Sun November 2013, everywhere. Keane's first-ever ‘Best Of’ is released this November, both a glorious celebration of one of Britain's best-loved bands and a soaring testament to the power of melodic rapture. The jury is in: from the magical, perennial alchemy of melancholy and beauty, this is undeniable evidence of Keane's considerable contribution to the sum of human happiness. “It's a classic thing in music, isn't it?” decides Tim. “All the people I love, most of their songs have a melancholy tint, if not very dark. And yet their music makes you happy. People can get very serious about music. But at Keane gigs, everyone's smiling. Even if you're singing about heartbreak, confusion and desperation. Being able to connect with people, that's really all we care about.” Track 20. Won't Be Broken The Future. As Keane's five No.1 albums attest, they've never faltered. Tim Rice-Oxley remains ambitious, focused, hungry. “I think there is an undeniable quality to what we've achieved so far,” he decides. “But it's in my nature to also feel that there's more we could do. One of those great albums of all time which you don't appreciate until you're older, with the extra wisdom you don't have when you're young. I've had my own ups and downs and feel like I'm just approaching the point where I could write an album like that. The richness is beginning to come through.” “I think we all just want to feel connected, don't we?” concludes Tom, of the power of Keane's singularly emotive music. “To the world. To each other. I hope if we've done anything we've given people a sense that the world is not such a huge scary place as it can sometimes seem. That we are all in it together. To the end. So you might as well try and understand what it is to be a human being, while we're all here.”
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Genres
Alternative, Indie
Band members
Tom Chaplin, Tim Rice-Oxley, Richard Hughes, Jesse Quin
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What fans are saying
Chris
5 / 5
Fantastic show! They were jetlagged but gave a stellar performance!
Roseland Theater Portland, OR
Mar 08, 2020
Alex
5 / 5
Increíble!!!!! Thank u for coming and come again soon!! 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼
Auditorio Citibanamex Monterrey, Mexico
Jan 14, 2020
Helene
5 / 5
Sonhappy they are back. Loved the show so much 😍
Royal Albert Hall London, United Kingdom
Oct 18, 2019
Roy
5 / 5
Brilliant they played tracks from every Album
Royal Albert Hall London, United Kingdom
Sep 30, 2019
Rene
5 / 5
Rained like hell but was a fantastic show!!
Scarborough Open Air Theatre Scarborough, United Kingdom
Nov 02, 2022
Alison
5 / 5
The lads never fail to deliver. Love them!!
Forum Karlín Karlín, Czechia
Feb 24, 2020
Nancy
5 / 5
One of Keane's best shows!! Sooo great!! 🥰🥰
Dolby Theatre Hollywood, CA
Mar 12, 2020
Susana
5 / 5
Me han sorprendido gratamente. Excelente acústica.
Real Jardín Botánico Alfonso XIII Madrid, Spain
Jul 21, 2019
George
5 / 5
Keane always deliver a great show
Roseland Theater Portland, OR
Mar 08, 2020
Daesan
5 / 5
It was REALLY fantastic show!
Royal Albert Hall London, United Kingdom
Sep 30, 2019
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Keane Tour Cities
Saint Paul, MN Cardiff, United Kingdom Birmingham, United Kingdom Amsterdam, Netherlands Paris, France Oslo, Norway Newport, United Kingdom New York City, NY Dallas, TX Brussels, Belgium Landgraaf, Netherlands Boston, MA Berlin, Germany Manchester, United Kingdom Bodø, Norway Austin, TX London, United Kingdom Atlanta, GA México, Mexico Berkeley, CA Zapopan, Mexico Washington City, DC Playa Duque Marbella, Spain Bonn, Germany Denver, CO Dublin, Ireland Bournemouth, United Kingdom Stavanger, Norway Eye, United Kingdom Köln, Germany San Diego, CA Leeds, United Kingdom Nashville, TN Hamburg, Germany Chicago, IL

Frequently Asked Questions About Keane

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Keane on tour?

Yes, Keane is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Keane concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Keane tour is scheduled for 39 dates across 35 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Keane scheduled to play?

Keane is scheduled to play 39 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Keane tour start?

Keane’s tour starts Apr 01, 2024 and ends on Sep 26, 2024. They will play 35 cities; their most recent concert was held in Mexico at Palacio de los Deportes and their next upcoming concert will be in Cardiff at Utilita Arena Cardiff.

What venues is Keane performing at?

As part of the Keane tour, Keane is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Apr 01 - Mexico, DF @ Palacio de los Deportes
Apr 03 - Zapopan, Jal @ Auditorio Telmex
Apr 19 - Amsterdam, Netherlands @ AFAS Live
Apr 21 - Cologne, Germany @ E-Werk
Apr 22 - Cologne, Germany @ E-Werk
Apr 24 - Brussels, 11 @ Cirque Royal
Apr 25 - Brussels, 11 @ Cirque Royal
Apr 26 - Paris, 09 @ L’Olympia
Apr 27 - Paris, 09 @ L’Olympia
May 03 - Leeds, United Kingdom @ First Direct Arena
May 04 - Birmingham, West Midlands @ Utilita Arena Birmingham
May 05 - Manchester, United Kingdom @ Co-op Live
May 07 - Bournemouth, United Kingdom @ Bournemouth International Centre
May 08 - Cardiff, WLS @ Utilita Arena Cardiff
May 10 - London, ENG @ The O2
May 11 - London, ENG @ The O2
May 13 - Dublin, Ireland @ 3Arena
Jun 07 - Stavanger, Norway @ Vaulen
Jun 08 - Oslo, Akershus @ Sentrum Scene
Jun 20 - Newport, England @ Isle of Wight Festival
Jun 21 - Landgraaf, Netherlands @ Megaland
Jul 09 - Playa Duque Marbella, Spain @ Auditorio Starlite
Jul 25 - Eye, United Kingdom @ Henham Park
Aug 07 - Bonn, Germany @ Kunst!Rasen Bonn/Gronau
Aug 08 - Hamburg, HH @ Stadtpark-Open-Air-Bühne
Aug 09 - Berlin, Germany @ Zitadelle Spandau
Aug 16 - Bodø, Nordland @ Rensåsparken
Sep 04 - Berkeley, CA @ The Greek Theatre Berkeley
Sep 06 - San Diego, CA @ Humphreys Concerts By the Bay
Sep 09 - Denver, CO @ Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre
Sep 11 - Dallas, TX @ Majestic Theatre
Sep 12 - Austin, TX @ Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater
Sep 14 - Atlanta, GA @ The Eastern
Sep 15 - Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium
Sep 17 - Saint Paul, MN @ Palace Theatre
Sep 18 - Chicago, IL @ The Chicago Theatre
Sep 23 - Boston, MA @ MGM Music Hall at Fenway
Sep 24 - New York, NY @ Radio City Music Hall
Sep 26 - Washington, DC @ The Anthem
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