Tour Dates — May 5, 2019 at 12:08 pm

Nitzer Ebb will be short 2 members on first leg of North American tour due to visa delays

Nitzer Ebb’s first North American tour in nearly a decade will find the EBM giants a bit shorthanded as mainstays Bon Harris and Douglas McCarthy will not be joined on the first leg by original drummer David Gooday and Stark’s Simon Granger.

The group informed fans early today “with great sadness” that “unforeseen delays” with Gooday’s and Granger’s visas mean they will miss the first North American leg of the tour, which opens Thursday in Boston. A second North American leg is slated for the fall. (See Nitzer Ebb’s full tour dates below.)

The group writes:

The good news is that Bon and Douglas are excited and ready for great shows despite the change of circumstances and that David and Simon will be joining them for rest of the tour starting in Barcelona May 30th.”

Nitzer Ebb reformed reformed late last year and played a handful of dates in December, with Gooday back in the lineup for the first time since 1987. The touring follows the release last year of deluxe reissues of the band’s full catalog on CD and a pair of giant vinyl box sets.


Check out those tour dates below.


Nitzer Ebb tour dates

May 9: Paradise Rock Club, Boston, MA
May 10: Elsewhere Rooftop, Brooklyn, NY
May 11: Societe des Arts Technologiques, Montreal, QC
May 12: Theatre of the Living Arts, Philadelphia, PA
May 14: Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, ON
May 15: Baltimore Soundstage, Baltimore, MD
May 17: Oriental Theatre, Denver, CO
May 20: The Orpheum, Tampa, FL
May 21: Terminal West, Atlanta, GA
May 24: The Ground at Space, Miami, FL
May 25: Numbers, Houston, TX
May 26: Trees, Dallas, TX

May 30: Primavera Sound, Barcelona, Spain
May 31: Nuits Sonores 2019, Lyon, France
June 7: Wave Gotik Treffen 2019, Leipzig, Germany
June 30: Val de Rock, Chessy, France
July 20: Amphi Festival, Cologne, Germany
Aug. 3: Bergfest, Thale, Germany
Aug. 4: Dekmantel Festival, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Aug. 18: W-Fest, Amougies, Belgium
Aug. 25: Infest 2019, Bradford, UK

Sept. 19: The Mohawk, Austin, TX
Sept. 20: Cold Waves, Metro, Chicago, IL
Sept. 21: St. Andrew’s Hall, Detroit, MI
Sept. 23: Venue, Vancouver, BC
Sept. 25: Neumos, Seattle, WA
Sept. 26: Wonder Ballroom, Portland, OR
Sept. 27: Slim’s, San Francisco, CA
Oct. 5: The Regent Theater, Los Angeles, CA

Oct. 25: Soundedit Fesitval, Lodz, Poland
Nov. 8: Reithalle Strasse E, Dresden, Germany
Nov. 9: Markthalle, Hamburg, Germany
Nov. 10: Factory, Magdeburg, Germany
Nov. 12: Backstage, Munich, Germany
Nov. 15: Kulttempel, Oberhausen, Germany
Nov. 16: Stadthalle, Langen, Germany
Nov. 17: La Machine, Paris, France
Nov. 18: La Laitrie, Strasbourg, France





  1. Jose Berrios

    Why not Salt Lake City Utah?

  2. Michael Hash

    Why not bring back Jason Payne for the first leg? He was awesome on the Industrial Complex Tour!

  3. Well damn. That’s a kick in the nuts. I wonder how they’re going to cope? I’ll be in Montreal for that show. Very excited!

  4. Kind of a weird ping pongy itinerary between NA and the EU there.

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