Peter Murphy and David J unveil North American tour celebrating 40 years of Bauhaus


Photo via David J Haskins on Facebook

Having just wrapped up their first leg Down Under, former bandmates Peter Murphy and David J today announced a 30-date North American segment of their tour celebrating the 40th anniversary of Bauhaus — a trek that’ll see the duo performing In the Flat Field in full.

Dubbed “40 Years of Bauhaus Ruby Celebration,” the tour — billed as Peter Murphy featuring David J — will come to the U.S. and Canada in January and February following U.K. and European dates later this year, and will immediately precede Murphy’s thrice-postponed residency in San Francisco.

The North American leg opens Jan. 16 in Anaheim, Calif., and wraps Feb. 28 back in Los Angeles. Those shows will feature a performance of Bauhaus’ 1980 debut, plus an “extended encore of Bauhaus classics.”

Murphy’s 15-performance residency at The Chapel in San Francisco will begin March 5 and wrap March 23. A representative of The Chapel tells Slicing Up Eyeballs that Murphy finally has received a visa to travel to the U.S. It was that delay that forced repeated postponements of the San Francisco dates.

As for Daniel Ash and Kevin Haskins, they have not played with their former bandmates since the last Bauhaus reunion fell apart following the release of 2008’s Go Away White — but they have toured together as Poptone, performing songs by Bauhaus, Love and Rockets, and Tones on Tail.

Below, see the full tour dates for Murphy and David J, along with Murphy’s residency.

 

Peter Murphy’s 40 Years of Bauhaus Ruby Celebration featuring David J

EUROPE
Nov. 6: St Petersburg RS @ Aurora Hall
Nov. 7: Moscow RS @ Glavclub
Nov. 9: Belgrade RS @ Dom Omladine Beograda
Nov. 10: Frankfurt DE @ Das Bett
Nov. 12: Zurich CH @ Mascotte
Nov. 14: Paris FR @ Bataclan
Nov. 18: Madrid ES @ La Riviera
Nov. 19: Barcelona ES @ Razzmataz
Nov. 21: Rome IT @ Orion Live Club
Nov. 22: Milan IT @ Fabrique
Nov. 23: Munich DE @ Ampere
Nov. 24: Bochum DE @ Christuskirche
Nov. 26: Wroclaw POL @ A2
Nov. 27: Berlin DE @ Columbia Theater
Nov. 28: Hamburg DE @ Knust

UNITED KINGDOM
Dec. 4: Manchester UK @ O2 Ritz
Dec. 5: Glasgow UK @ SWG3
Dec. 6: Northampton UK @ Roadmender
Dec. 8: Leeds UK @ Leeds Beckett SU
Dec. 9: London UK @ O2 Forum Kentish Town

EUROPE
Dec. 11: Copenhagen DK @ Store Vega
Dec. 12: Stockholm SW @ Nalen
Dec. 14: Athens GR @ Gazi Music Hall
Dec. 15: Thessaloniki GR @ Principal Club Theater

NORTH AMERICA
Jan. 16: Anaheim CA @ City National Grove of Anaheim
Jan. 18: Portland OR @ Roseland Theatre
Jan. 19: Vancouver BC @ Vogue Theatre
Jan. 20: Seattle WA @ The Neptune
Jan. 22: Salt Lake City UT – Venue TBA
Jan. 24: San Diego CA @ The Observatory North Park
Jan. 25: Phoenix AZ @ The Van Buren
Jan. 26: Albuquerque NM @ Sunshine Theater
Jan. 27: Oklahoma City OK @ Tower Theatre
Jan. 28: Kansas City MO @ The Truman
Jan. 30: Dallas TX @ Granada Theater
Jan. 31: Austin TX @ Paramount Theater
Feb. 1: San Antonio TX @ Paper Tiger
Feb. 2: Houston TX @ White Oak Music Hall
Feb. 4: New Orleans LA @ Civic Theatre
Feb. 6: Miami FL @ The Ground at Club Space
Feb. 7: Orlando FL @ Plaza Live
Feb. 8: Atlanta GA @ The Masquerade
Feb. 9: Carrboro NC @ Cats Cradle
Feb. 11: Baltimore MD @ Baltimore Soundstage
Feb. 12: Philadelphia PA @ Union Transfer
Feb. 14: New York NY @ Terminal 5
Feb. 15: Worcester MA @ The Palladium
Feb. 16: Montreal QC @ Corona Theatre
Feb. 17: Toronto ON @ Phoenix Theatre
Feb. 19: Detroit MI @ St Andrews Hall
Feb. 21: Columbus OH @ Columbus Athenaeum
Feb. 22: Chicago IL @ Rockefeller Chapel
Feb. 26: Denver CO @ Oriental Theater
Feb. 28: Los Angeles CA @ The Novo DTLA

 

Peter Murphy’s 2019 San Francisco residency:

March 5: The Chapel, San Francisco, CA (Performing ‘Should the World Fail to Fall Apart’)
March 8 (early): The Chapel, San Francisco, CA (Performing ‘Love Hysteria’)
March 8 (late): The Chapel, San Francisco, CA (Performing ‘Love Hysteria’)
March 9: The Chapel, San Francisco, CA (Performing ‘Deep’)
March 10: The Chapel, San Francisco, CA (Performing ‘Deep’)
March 11: The Chapel, San Francisco, CA (Performing ‘Deep’)
March 14: The Chapel, San Francisco, CA (Performing ‘Deep’ with ‘Love Hysteria’ encore)
March 15 (early): The Chapel, San Francisco, CA (Performing ‘Cascade’)
March 15 (late): The Chapel, San Francisco, CA (Performing ‘Holy Smoke’)
March 18: The Chapel, San Francisco, CA (‘Stripped’ tour show)
March 19 (early): The Chapel, San Francisco, CA (Performing ‘Dust’)
March 19 (late): The Chapel, San Francisco, CA (Performing ‘Ninth’)
March 21: The Chapel, San Francisco, CA (“Mr. Moonlight” Bauhaus classics)
March 22: The Chapel, San Francisco, CA (“Mr. Moonlight” Bauhaus classics)
March 23: The Chapel, San Francisco, CA (“Mr. Moonlight” Bauhaus classics)

 

 

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5 Comments

  • Saw them last week on the Austrailan tour… it was heaps of fun. Great songs, great crowd!

     
  • Vertual

    Wow! They are actually touring parts of the Southeast US. Florida, GA and NC included. Most acts have forgotten us due to the expense and logistics. Let’s support them and show there is an audience beyond the Northeast and California.

     
  • He actually added a second Chicago show for February 23rd because the first one sold out so quickly. Luckily landed tickets for that one.

     
  • Willard

    Well damn, Montreal is sold out too! Well, “not officially sold out”, but “no seats are available”. Whatever that means. Perhaps they release more at some later time.

     
  • Willard

    Evidently it DOES mean more tickets to be released later. I just got one! Anyway, I encourage all interested to get after it.

     
 

 

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