Tour Dates — January 20, 2012 at 7:51 am

The Psychedelic Furs extend tour of eastern U.S. this March

The Psychedelic Furs are following up last fall’s co-headlining tour with Tom Tom Club with a short, six-date club tour of the northeast U.S. this March, promising fans can “get up close to the band” as the group kicks off “what promises to be a busy 2012” — which should include soon-to-be-announced U.K. dates.

The short trek opens March 17 in Falls Church, Virginia, and wraps up March 24 and 25 with a two-night stand at the venerable Maxwell’s in Hoboken, N.J. Check out full dates below.

No other 2012 dates have yet been announced, but the Furs’ website promises, “Watch for a U.K. announcement very, very soon.”

UPDATE 2/1/12: Shows in Toronto and Pittsburgh have been added

UPDATE 2/7/12: Shows in Englewood, N.J.; Kent and Cincinnati, Ohio; and Louisville, Ky., added.

UPDATE 2/10/12: And the tour continues to grow, with a second show in Annapolis added, plus new concerts in New Hampshire, Indiana and Pennsylvania.


Psychedelic Furs tour dates:

March 17: State Theatre, Falls Church, VA
March 19: Rams Head On Stage, Annapolis, MD
March 20: Rams Head On Stage, Annapolis, MD
March 21: World Cafe Live, Wilmington, DE
March 22: Tarrytown Music Hall, Tarrytown, NY
March 24: Maxwell’s, Hoboken, NJ
March 25: Maxwell’s, Hoboken, NJ
March 26: Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ
March 27: Tupelo Music Hall, Londonderry, NH
March 29: Lee’s Palace, Toronto, ON
March 30: The Kent Stage, Kent, OH
March 31: Bogart’s, Cincinnati, OH
April 3: Vogue Theatre, Indianapolis, IN
April 4: Headliners Music Hall, Louisville, KY
April 6: The Warhol, Pittsburgh, PA
April 7: Muskifest Cafe, Bethlehem, PA






  1. How about a new record?

  2. tssssss…nothing in new england. :(

  3. I love The Psychedelic Furs, but lord do they need to get rid of that horrible saxophone player; they would sound so much better without him.

  4. How can they not at least play the Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro?

  5. Chicago, lads!

  6. Andrew, the sax player sounds fantastic and is integral to their sound. You call yourself a fan. LOL Just kidding to each their own.

  7. Yes, anywhere in New England would work.

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