North American Cure fans the wait is over! The Cure have announced North American shows for “The Songs of a Lost World Tour” making it their first US outing in seven years.
The 30-date tour kicks off in May 10th in New Orleans, Louisiana and runs through July vand includes three nights at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles and Madison Square Garden in New York. Once again The Cure are bringing The Twilight Sad with them as support.
A Ticketmaster Verified Fan pre-sale is set for Wednesday, March 15th via Ticketmaster. Fans can register for up to a five different shows. In a press release, the band stated there will be no “platinum” or “dynamically priced” tickets on this tour, aside from a “a few Hollywood Bowl Charity” tickets. General tickets go on sale Friday, March 17th.
Check out all the dates below. Register for a chance to get tickets here.
For the past several years, The Cure have been working on and teasing their highly anticipated follow up to 2008’s 4:13 Dream. Dubbed Songs of a Lost World, frontman Robert Smith described it as “the best thing we’ve ever done” in an interview last year. Though he previously said the album would be out by the end of 2022, the year came and went with no new album.
During their European tour last year, The Cure debuted two new songs: “Alone” and “Endsong.” Hopefully, the record will see the light of day this year.