Still haven't come up with a title for their latest effort, rock band The Cure set the tour dates for it.
After having a three-year absent, The Cure is back on road. The British rock act will kick off in a one-month jaunt to promote their latest 'mysterious' album.
The band chooses to embark from Tampa, Fla on September 13 and wrap up a month later on October 17 in Dallas. This tour will see the comeback of guitarist Porl Thompson who left the lots in 1993 and re-joined in 1995. That makes the band's current line-up as Robert Smith in vocal, Simon Gallup in bass and Jason Cooper in drum.
Announced by the label, the tour doesn't come with the revelation of the new album's name. The yet-untitled record will be released sometime this fall via Suretone/Geffen.
Tickets to their tour can be purchased starting from June 28.
Before kicking off with this American leg, the band will travel to Japan on July 30 to play in Fuji Rock festival. They will then continue the performance in Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand.
The Cure's tour dates:
- Sept. 13 - Tampa, Fla. (St. Pete Times Forum)
- Sept. 15 - Atlanta (Gwinnett Center)
- Sept. 17 - Charlotte, N.C. (Bobcats Arena)
- Sept. 19 - Fairfax, Va. (Patriot Center)
- Sept. 21 - Philadelphia (Wachovia Spectrum)
- Sept. 23 - New York (Madison Square Garden)
- Sept. 25 - Boston (Agganis Arena)
- Sept. 26 - Montreal (Bell Centre)
- Sept. 27 - Toronto (Air Canada Centre)
- Sept. 29 - Chicago (Allstate Arena)
- Oct. 2 - Morrison, Colo. (Red Rocks)
- Oct. 4 - Salt Lake City (E Center)
- Oct. 6 - Mountain View, Calif. (Shoreline Amphitheatre)
- Oct. 8 - Seattle (Key Arena)
- Oct. 9 - Vancouver (GM Place)
- Oct. 11 - Santa Barbara, Calif. (Santa Barbara Bowl)
- Oct. 13 - San Diego (Cox Arena)
- Oct. 14 - Los Angeles (Hollywood Bowl)
- Oct. 16 - Houston (Toyota Center)
- Oct. 17 - Dallas (American Airlines Center)