Reunions, Tour Dates — July 26, 2020 at 10:35 am

Bauhaus to open 2021 world tour with rescheduled concerts in Mexico City

Bauhaus in Hollywood, Nov. 3, 2019 | Photo by Gary Bandfield

Bauhaus will open what it’s referring to as a 2021 world tour with a pair of rescheduled concerts in México City next April as the reunited band slowly shifts its planned 2020 touring activity — disrupted, like everything else, by the coronavirus — to next year.

The group’s publicists recently announced Bauhaus will return to México City for concerts April 23 and 24 at the Frontón México venue “to start their 2021 world tour.” Tickets for the original concerts, which had been scheduled for this past April, will be honored at the new dates.

In May, Bauhaus issued a statement assuring fans they were “working diligently” to reschedule the remainder of the band’s planned 2020 reunion shows, with the group looking forward “so very much to playing again as soon as it is possible to do so.”

So far, though, only a few of the 2020 dates have been moved to 2021, with concerts scheduled in London and Warsaw, and an appearance at the rescheduled Primavera Sound festival in Barcelona next year.

Planned concerts in Paris, New York City, Dallas and Chicago have not yet been rescheduled for 2021, and tickets are still being sold for September dates in Atlanta and Denver that surely won’t happen.

The reunited band — Peter Murphy, ‪Daniel Ash‬, Kevin Haskins, David J — played three shows in Hollywood late last year, then began announcing sporadic headlining concerts and festival appearances for 2020, that were to have begun with an April 6 performance in Paris.


Bauhaus tour dates 2020-2021

April 6: Grand Rex, Paris, France
April 8: Alexandra Palace, London, UK
April 28: Frontón México, México City, México
April 29: Frontón México, México City, México
June 3-7: Primavera Sound, Barcelona, Spain

June 12: Release Festival, Athens, Greece
June 26: Radio City Music Hall, New York, NY, USA
July 23: The Bomb Factory, Dallas, TX, USA
July 25: Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL, USA

Sept. 12: Cruel World Festival, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Sept. 23: Coca Cola Roxy, Atlanta, GA, USA
Sept. 25: Mission Ballroom, Denver, CO, USA
April 23: Frontón México, México City, México
April 24: Frontón México, México City, México
June 2: Primavera Sound, Barcelona, Spain
June 3: Alexandra Palace, London, UK
June 28: Progresja, Warsaw, Poland





  1. Patiently waiting for Oakland dates.

  2. Is the Denver date still happening?

  3. I don’t mind waiting, just make sure you throw new songs into the set. Plenty of time to create new music with the stay at home protocols in effect. Looking at you Daniel… one hour of motorcycle tinkering allowed per every hour of musical composition… that’s the deal… lol!

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