Tour Dates — July 10, 2023 at 9:13 pm

The Church announces second leg of U.S. tour in support of “The Hypnogogue”

The Church | Photo by Hugh Stewart

The Church will return to the United States this fall for a second round of dates in support of the band’s 26th studio album The Hypnogogue — a run of 25 shows that opens in late September and continues through early November.

The band, which played 20 dates in the U.S. in March and April, opens the newly announced shows Sept. 28 in Seattle and continues through a pair of concerts in Evanston, Illinois, on Oct. 31 and Nov. 1.

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The new album is The Church’s first since the 2020 departure of founding guitarist Peter Koppes, leaving singer-bassist Steve Kilbey as the only original member of the band. He’s joined by longtime Church drummer Tim Powles, guitarists Ian Haug and Ashley Naylor, and multi-instrumentalist Jeffrey Cain.

Here are the new tour dates:


The Church U.S. tour dates 2023

Sept. 28: Seattle, WA — Neptune Theater
Oct. 2: Ventura, CA — Ventura Music Hall
Oct. 4: Pomona, CA — The Glass House
Oct. 5: Las Vegas, NV — Brooklyn Bowl
Oct. 6: Chandler, AZ — The Showroom at Wild Horse Pass
Oct. 7: Santa Fe, NM — The Lesnic
Oct. 9: Omaha, NE — The Waiting Room
Oct. 11: Ferndale, MI — The Magic Bag
Oct. 12: State College, PA — State Theater
Oct. 13: Covington, KY — Madison Theatre
Oct. 14: Atlanta, GA — Variety Playhouse
Oct. 15: Birmingham, AL — Saturn
Oct. 17: Ponte Vedra, FL — Ponte Vedra Concert Hall
Oct. 18: Orlando, FL — The Abbey
Oct. 19: Clearwater, FL — Capitol Theatre
Oct. 20: Fort Lauderdale, FL — Culture Room
Oct. 21: Fort Lauderdale, FL — Culture Room
Oct. 23: Pensacola, FL — Vinyl Music Room
Oct. 24: New Orleans, LA — House of Blues
Oct. 26: Austin, TX — Levitation Festival
Oct. 27: Houston, TX — Heights Theater
Oct. 28: Dallas, TX — Kessler Theater
Oct. 29: Oklahoma City, OK — Tower Theater
Oct. 31: Evanston, IL — SPACE
Nov. 1: Evanston, IL — SPACE






  1. Cannot believe how good their new album is. I’ve bought everything The Church have done since 1980 and incredibly, The Hypnogogue is one of their very best. I can’t think of another band on the planet where album number 26 sits so comfortably alongside their best releases.

  2. Their new album is fantastic!!

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