Nick Cave | Photo by Joel Ryan
Nick Cave will head back out onto the road in North America this fall, a coast-to-coast solo tour that will find the Bad Seeds’ bandleader accompanied only by bassist Colin Greenwood of Radiohead.
The 19-date tour opens Sept. 19 in Asheville, North Carolina, and runs through a pair of Los Angeles shows on Oct. 27 and 28, with stops in between in Cleveland, Boston, Detroit, Chicago, Brooklyn, Nashville, Atlanta, Dallas and more, including Canadian dates in Montreal and Toronto.
A presale begins 10 a.m. local time Monday, March 27 — register for access at nickcavesolotour.com — and the general on-sale follows at 10 a.m. local time Friday, March 31.
Cave most recently toured North America last year with Bad Seed mate Warren Ellis in support of their album Carnage (Greenwood played with the duo on the Australian leg of that tour). The Bad Seeds themselves last played shows in the U.S. in 2018.
Check out Cave’s solo dates below.
Nick Cave 2023 tour dates
Sept. 19: Asheville, NC @ Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
Sept. 21: Durham, NC @ DPAC
Sept. 23: Washington, D.C. @ Lincoln Theatre
Sept. 25: Cleveland, OH @ Playhouse Square
Sept. 27: Milwaukee, WI @ Riverside Theater
Sept. 29: Chicago, IL @ Auditorium Theatre
Oct. 2: Minneapolis, MN @ State Theatre
Oct. 6: Brooklyn, NY @ Kings Theatre
Oct. 7: New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre
Oct. 10: Boston, MA @ Wang Theatre
Oct. 12: Montreal, QC @ Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier
Oct. 14: Toronto, ON @ Massey Hall
Oct. 15: Detroit, MI @ Masonic Cathedral Theatre
Oct. 17: Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium
Oct. 20: Atlanta, GA @ Atlanta Symphony Hall
Oct. 22: Dallas, TX @ Majestic Theatre
Oct. 23: Austin, TX @ ACL at The Moody
Oct. 27: Los Angeles, CA @ Orpheum Theatre
Oct. 28: Los Angeles, CA @ Orpheum Theatre
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Any idea how much tix will be?
Yo, you wanna have a talk about ticket outrage, start here. I hear all these stories about ticketmaster and ticket lotteries for all the different shows this spring and summer. Add this mofo to the list. I mean, Nick Cave, I get it but, damn. $150.00? We are the first show on the tour and it’s a shame that a lot of the genuine fans here won’t be in attendance due to such prices.