Tour Dates — February 19, 2014 at 7:50 am

World Party returns to U.S. for 25-date, coast-to-coast tour this May, June

Karl Wallinger of World Party

After three brief tours of the U.S. in 2012 in support of 5CD box set Arkeology, Karl Wallinger is bringing World Party back to America this spring for the group’s longest trek in years: a run of 25 dates opening May 24 in Boston and wrapping up June 29 in Solana Beach, Calif.

Check out the full list of dates, with three still TBA, below; visit the band’s website for ticket links.

 

World Party tour dates:

May 24: Johnny D’s, Boston, MA
May 25: Iron House, Northampton, MA
May 26: Club Helsinki, Hudson, NY
May 28: City Winery, New York, NY
May 29: City Winery, New York, NY
May 30: World Cafe Live, Philadelphia, PA
May 31: Rams Head, Annapolis, MD
June 3: Grey Eagle, Asheville, NC
June 5: 34d and Lindsley, Nashville,TN
June 6: Variety, Atlanta, GA
June 7: Do317 Lounge, Indianapolis, IN
June 8: TBA
June 10: TBA
June 12: City Winery, Chicago, IL
June 13: City Winery, Chicago, IL
June 14: Off Broadway, St. Louis, MO
June 16: Soiled Dove, Denver, CO
June 18: State Room, Salt Lake City, UT
June 20: City Winery, Napa, CA
June 21: Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA
June 23: Triple Door, Seattle, WA
June 24: Doug Fir, Portland, OR
June 26: TBA
June 27: Troubador, Los Angeles, CA
June 29: Belly Up, Solana Beach, CA

 

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3 Comments

  1. Rim Stanley

    Listened to Karl last night at the Belly Up in Solana Beach in a small venue; Felt like our own private World Party. What a wonderful show. As well as Gabriel Kelly. Thanks for such a magical time. The young Irishman on the fiddle was amazing. The time where he turned his fiddle into a strata-caster would have made Eddie Van Halen take a step back.
    Thanks again and hope you do this again!!!

  2. Is Karl bringing a full band or just a guitar player to accompany him on keyboards?

  3. Bennett Lieberman

    I am also curious if there will be a full band on this tour. I saw them twice as a trio. They were great, but would love to see The full band this time.

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