After two short runs of U.S. dates this past fall, synth pioneer Gary Numan will return to North America next spring for a broader, 21-date tour in support of his just-released album Splinter (Songs From a Broken Mind) — a trek that will include his first-ever performance at the South By Southwest Music Conference in Austin, Texas, in mid-March.
Numan’s tour opens March 5 in Solana Beach, Calif., and will include 19 dates in the U.S., plus Canadian stops in Toronto and Montreal, before wrapping up April 6 in San Francisco (see full dates below).
Tickets for the concerts are set to go on sale Friday.
Sharing the bill on the trek: special guests Big Black Delta and Romain Remains, the new project from The Duke Spirit’s Liela Moss and Toby Butler.
Numan released the long-in-the-works Splinter in October.
Gary Numan tour dates:
March 5: Belly Up, Solana Beach, CA
March 6: Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
March 7: Hard Rock Cafe, Las Vegas, NV
March 8: Marquee, Phoenix, AZ
March 11: Granada Theater, Dallas, TX
March 12-14: South By Southwest, Austin, TX
March 17: Mercy Lounge, Nashville, TN
March 19: Beachland Ballroom, Cleveland, OH
March 20: Altar Bar, Pittsburgh, PA
March 22: Webster Hall, New York, NY
March 23: Trocadero, Philadelphia, PA
March 24: Paradise, Boston, MA
March 25: Corona, Montreal, QC, Canada
March 27: Phoenix Theatre, Toronto, ON, Canada
March 28: Crofoot Ballroom, Detroit, MI
March 29: Metro, Chicago, IL
March 30: Mill City Nights, Minneapolis, MN
April 1: Turner Hall, Milwaukee, WI
April 2: Firebird, St Louis, MO
April 4: Gothic Theatre, Denver, CO
April 6: The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA
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