The Cult announces 20-date North American tour with Against Me!, The Icarus Line

Three days after releasing Choice of Weapon — their first album in five years — next month, The Cult will embark on a 20-date North American tour, with punk band Against Me! and hard rockers The Icarus Line supporting most dates of what frontman Ian Astbury is promising will be “a very intense, high-energy tour.”

The trek opens May 25 in San Diego and will run through June 22 in Tempe, Ariz., hitting mostly American cities expect for an appearance at the Great Canadian Beaverfest in Windsor, Ontario.

In a press statement, Astbury says, “This is going to be a very intense, high-energy tour. “We are really looking forward to the time we spend on stage connected to our music and our audience.  That’s our purpose.” Due out May 22, Choice of Weapon is co-produced by Sonic Temple veteran Bob Rock and Chris Goss (Queens of the Stone Age).

In September, The Cult will play a 5-date U.K. arena tour with The Mission and Killing Joke.

 

The Cult tour dates:

May 25: Humphreys By the Bay, San Diego, CA
May 26: M Resort, Las Vegas, NV
May 27: The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA
May 30: Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO
June 1: Congress Theatre, Chicago, IL
June 2: Great Canadian Beaverfest, Riverfront Festival Plaza, Windsor, ON
June 3: Stage AE – Indoor Stage, Pittsburgh, PA
June 5: House of Blues, Boston, MA
June 7: Erie Canal Harbor Central Wharf, Buffalo, NY
June 8: Terminal 5, New York, NY
June 9: Ballroom, Hampton Beach, NH
June 10: Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA
June 12: The Fillmore, Washington, D.C.
June 13: The Norva, Norfolk, VA
June 15: House of Blues, Myrtle Beach, SC
June 16: House of Blues, Orlando, FL
June 17: The Tabernacle, Atlanta, GA
June 19: House of Blues, Houston, TX
June 20: House of Blues, Dallas, TX
June 22: Marquee Theatre, Tempe, AZ

 

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3 Comments

  • New album is the best one since Sonic Temple. Heard the whole thing and it’s great. I thought ‘The Cult’(1994) and ‘Born Into This’ were pretty lame efforts, as was ‘Ceremony’, but this one stands up to the rest of the catalouge.

     
  • John and Jane browne

    What hotel is the Cult staying in, in Windsor Ontario Canada?

     
  • John and Jane browne

    Only asking because we are huge fans and would love to get to chat to the Cult like we’ve done before if possible.

     
 

 

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