Morrissey has announced his first live dates of 2017, including concerts in Mexico, a pair of festival performances and a trio of Texas concerts that were canceled twice late last year after his band’s keyboardist, Gustavo Manzur, fell ill prior to a show in Boulder, Colo.
He’s got three other Mexican shows booked in late March and early April, then it’s back to the U.S. for a theater date in Tucson, Ariz., plus the three Texas dates, according to a pair of itineraries posted to his quasi-official fansite, True To You over the last week.
Morrissey will play mid-April shows in San Antonio, Houston and Dallas, where he first postponed dates in late November then canceled them again after they were rescheduled for mid-December.
So far, though, Morrissey hasn’t announced plans to make up similarly twice-canceled dates in Detroit, Cleveland and Chicago, or the Boulder concert that wasn’t canceled until after the venue had filled with fans — and was not given an original make-up date, like the rest of the scrubbed shows last November.
Morrissey tour dates:
March 29: Teatro Banamex, Monterrey, Mexico
March 31: Sports Palace, Mexico City, Mexico
April 1: Roxy Festival, Guadalajara, Mexico
April 4: Auditorio Metropolitano, Puebla, Mexico
April 8: When We Were Young Fest, Santa Ana, CA
April 10: Fox Theatre, Tucson, AZ
April 12: Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, San Antonio, TX
April 14: White Oak Music Hall, Houston, TX
April 15: Majestic Theatre, Dallas, TX
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