Tour Dates — January 9, 2014 at 7:03 am

The Psychedelic Furs announce first U.S. tour dates of 2014, promise ‘more dates soon’

The Psychedelic Furs

The Psychedelic Furs have spent the past few years steadily touring the U.S., and 2014’s shaping up to be no different, with the beloved New Wave rockers this week announcing its first American dates of the year: five shows in Texas, Georgia, Kentucky, Pennsylvania and Virginia, with the promise, on the band’s Facebook page, of “more dates soon!”

The trek, which follows an extensive U.S. tour last summer, opens at the Maverick Music Festival in San Antonio, Texas, and continues to Athens, Ga., Lexington, Ky., Bethlehem, Pa., and Falls Church, Va., in early April (see full tour dates below).

It’s not yet clear how extensive the band’s 2014 touring plans are.

UPDATE 1/14/14: New dates added in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Easton, Md., and Cambridge, Mass.


The Psychedelic Furs tour dates:

March 22: Maverick Music Festival, San Antonio, TX
March 24: Culture Room, Fort Lauderdale, FL
March 28: Georgia Theatre, Athens, GA
March 29: Buster’s, Lexington, KY
March 31: Avalon Theatre, Easton, MD
April 2: Musikfest, Bethlehem, PA
April 3: State Theatre, Falls Church, VA
April 13: Sinclair, Cambridge, MA







  2. I keep missing these guys, stupidly, but if they happen to play Seattle again anytime soon I’ll be there.

    • Hey, man. You won’t be disappointed. Saw them in SF a couple years ago. Richard was in rude health, and Mars Williams and his sax nearly stole the show.

      And thought of you when I was up in Seattle at the end of last month. Saw Jeff Ament at the airport. A very cool trip. Go ‘Hawks…and Furs!!!

  3. Holy shit, Buster’s. That was a haunt of mine when I was a student at UK…doing college radio.

  4. One of the coolest bands ever. Personal favorite. Shame that none of their material made it onto SUE’s “Top 100 Albums of the 80’s” list. Something HIGHLY wrong with that…

  5. Hit Dallas while you are in Texas!

  6. Jeez, these guys are still touring on their old material, 13 years after reuniting? That’s just lazy. Like far too many 80s bands, they’ve become their own tribute act.

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