Morrissey’s new U.S. tour dates surfacing — including L.A. arena concert

After postponing 26 shows to return to England to see his ailing mother, Morrissey is expected to announce his rescheduled North American tour on Monday, but a number of new U.S. dates already have surfaced online, including the tour’s highest-profile gig: an arena concert in Los Angeles with Iggy and The Stooges as the opening act.

We’ve so far been able to confirm seven new concerts via ticket outlets, promoters and venues’ websites and social media channels, including shows in January, February and March in Atlantic City, N.J., Pittsburgh, Pa., Asheville, N.C., Atlanta and Las Vegas.

Fan site Morrissey-solo.com lists other rumored but still unconfirmed dates, including a report that at least one show, in Wichita Falls, Texas, won’t be rescheduled.

We’ll add more shows as they’re confirmed, and, if you know of any more of the rescheduled dates, please let us know about them in the comments below.

UPDATE: Full U.S. tour has now been announced, including newly added concerts

 

Morrissey rescheduled U.S. tour dates:

Jan. 12: House of Blues, Atlantic City, NJ
Jan. 21: Heinz Hall, Pittsburgh, PA
Jan. 28: The Orange Peel, Asheville, NC
Jan. 31: Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, Atlanta, GA
Feb. 9: The Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas, NV
Feb. 15: Pharr Events Center, Pharr, TX
March 1: Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA

 

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2 Comments

  • Jacques

    I’m a huge Moz fan AND Iggy fan. It still makes me scratch my head that Iggy’s actually opening for him, considering all the opening acts he’s had over the years (actually, I’m just bitter that there’s no way I could ever make it to that show).

     
  • I sure wish Moz would add a date or two closer to Indianapolis! I know he loves the town of Fairmount Indiana, birthplace of James Dean. Maybe someday, he will head our way.

     
 

 

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