Tour Dates — October 7, 2019 at 6:45 am

Dead Can Dance announces ‘A Celebration — Life & Works 1980-2020’ tour of North America

The enigmatic Dead Can Dance — led by co-founders and mainstays Brendan Perry and Lisa Gerrard — today announced it will bring its “A Celebration — Life & Works 1980-2020” tour to North and South America next year, a trek that will include 10 dates in the U.S.

The spring 2020 tour follows the release late last year of the duo’s ninth album album Dionysus — the much-anticipated follow-up to Dead Can Dance’s 2012 reunion effort Anastasis, which was the group’s first record in 16 years — and a 16-date European tour this past spring.

The North American dates open April 17 in Philadelphia, and include two concerts in Canada and two in Mexico. The band then heads to South America for concerts in late May in Colombia and Chile.

Tickets for all of the 2020 shows go on sale Friday; see full details on Dead Can Dance’s website.

Full dates below.


Dead Can Dance tour dates

April 17: The Met Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
April 19: The Anthem, Washington, D.C., USA
April 21: Radio City Music Hall, New York, NY, USA
April 24: Boch Center, Boston, MA, USA
April 26: Meridian Hall, Toronto, ON, Canada
April 28: Scottish Rite Cathedral Theatre, Detroit, MI, USA
April 29: Chicago Theatre, Chicago, IL, USA
May 3: Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA, USA
May 4: Orpheum Annex Theatre, Vancouver, BC, Canada
May 7: The Masonic, San Francisco, CA, USA
May 9: Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, USA
May 11: San Diego Civic Theatre, San Diego, CA, USA
May 14: Auditorio Nacional, Mexico City, Mexico
May 16: Teatro Diana, Guadalajara, Mexico
May 19: Teatro Jorge Eliecer Gaitan, Bogota, Colombia
May 24: Teatro Municipal, Santiago, Chile





  1. Thank you dead can dance for giving us the opportunity to be part of the spiritual ritual

  2. Dang it… no Dallas again. It’s been almost 25 years since their last appearance here. Ugh.

  3. I cannot wait for the Toronto date!!!! Thank you for returning!

  4. Saw them at the Paramount in Seattle back in ’95. Looking forward to the deja vu return!

  5. Eh, hope this doesn’t delay the new Perry solo album. Need more Brendan solo!

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