We’ll tour a lot, Faith No More says

Posted by on January 29, 2015

Dustin Rabin Photography, Faith No More, FNM, Dustin RabinEarlier this week, everyone that was around and listening to music in the ’90s collectively lost their shit when Faith No More announced that they’d be doingtheir first North American tour  in four years, playing many markets they hadn’t played in for at least 17 years. Tickets for the presale went on sale yesterday (28) and sold out pretty much instantly. Thankfully, the actual on-sale date for the 15-date tour isn’t until tomorrow (30). And while the shows are definitely an underplay, meaning they’ll probably sell out almost as quickly as the pre-sale, that doesn’t mean that you’ll be wanting for a chance to see Faith No More, according to a tweet they sent out yesterday:


That all makes sense, given that they’ve got a new album coming out, probably in May. They’ll want to tour in support of that, which will probably go on well into next year. On their last tour, the bulk of the dates were in foreign countries, so they’ll presumably be splitting their time between the States and the rest of the world.

Here’s where you’ll be able to catch them on this go-round, and if you’re lucky, you’ll be able to get tickets tomorrow via the band’s web site:

04/15 Vancouver, BC PNE Forum

04/16 Seattle, WA Paramount Theater

04/17 Portland, OR Keller Auditorium

04/19 San Francisco, CA Warfield

04/20 San Francisco, CA Warfield

04/23 Los Angeles, CA The Wiltern

04/24 Los Angeles, CA The Wiltern

04/25 Santa Ana, CA The Observatory

05/07 Chicago, IL Concord Music Hall

05/08 Detroit, MI The Fillmore

05/09 Toronto, ON Sony Centre for the Performing Arts

05/11 Boston, MA Orpheum Theatre

05/13 New York, NY Webster Hall

05/14 New York, NY Webster Hall

05/15 Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory


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