Touring this year in support of their long-delayed comeback record mbv, shoegaze legends My Bloody Valentine will play at least five concerts in the western U.S. this August in advance of the band’s headlining appearance at the FYF Fest in Los Angeles. It’s not yet clear whether more U.S. dates are planned this summer.
As Pitchfork points out, ticketing websites confirm the August concerts in Austin and Grand Prairie, Texas, as well as Denver, Seattle and San Francisco ahead of the previously announced FYF Fest appearance. The U.S. concerts will be the band’s first since a 2009 tour here.
UPDATE: My Bloody Valentine has now officially announced the five new U.S. shows.
Kevin Shields and Co. currently are on tour in Europe, and are slated to play Budapest tonight.
Below, see MBV’s full tour dates, including appearances in Europe and the Far East.
My Bloody Valentine tour dates:
EUROPE + FAR EAST
June 9: Club 202, Budapest, Hungary
June 10: Archa Theater, Prague, Czech Republic
June 13: Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark
June 14: Hultsfred Festival, Hultsfred, Sweden
June 15: Norwegian Wood Festival, Oslo, Norway
July 5: Hop Farm Fest, Kent, UK
July 7: Eurockeennes Festival, Belfort, France
July 13: T in the Park, Balado, Scotland
July 26: Fuji Rock Festival, Niigata, Japan
July 27: Valley Rock Festival, Ansan Daebu Island, Korea
Aug. 4: Off Festival, Katowice, Poland
Aug. 6: Vienna Arena, Vienna, Austria
Aug. 8: Terraneo Festival, Sibenik, Croatia
Aug. 10: Flow Festival, Helsinki, Finland
Aug. 16: Austin Music Hall, Austin, TX
Aug. 17: Verizon Theatre, Grand Prairie, TX
Aug. 19: Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO
Aug. 21: WaMu Theater at CenturyLink Events Center, Seattle, WA
Aug. 23: Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, CA
Aug. 25: FYF Fest, Los Angeles, CA
Aug. 30: Electric Picnic, Laois, Ireland
Sept. 5: Cologne Live Music Hall, Cologne, Germany
Sept. 7: Berlin Festival, Berlin, Germany –
Sept. 8: Munich Tonhalle, Munich, Germany
Oct. 31: Effenaar, Eindhoven, Netherlands
Nov. 3: Aeronef, Lille, France
PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS
- My Bloody Valentine to headline FYF Fest in L.A. — first U.S. show since 2009
- My Bloody Valentine releases ‘mbv’ — stream long-awaited ‘Loveless’ follow-up in full
- My Bloody Valentine promises new album ‘maybe in 2 or 3 days,’ debuts new song
- My Bloody Valentine: ‘We finished mastering the new album’
- Sony: My Bloody Valentine ‘Isn’t Anything,’ ‘Loveless’ reissues, ‘EPs 1988-1991’ out in May