Arcade Fire Everything Now Continued Tour Six New Headline Dates Added
Fresh off their triumphant showing at Florida’s Okeechobee Festival and on the heels of their March 17 Saturday Night Live appearance, Arcade Fire has confirmed the kick-off of the Everything Now Continued tour.
The six new U.S. headline shows, the band’s first confirmed non-festival headline appearances in the U.S. in 2018, are:
- July 7 – Clarkston, MI – DTE Energy Music Theater
- July 10 – Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE*
- July 12 – Raleigh, NC – Red Hat Amphitheater
- July 18 – Boston, MA – Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
- July 19 – Philadelphia, PA – Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing
- July 20 – Bristow, VA – Jiffy Lube Live
*Not produced by Live Nation
Tickets to the new shows produced by Live Nation will be on sale to the public Tuesday, March 20. For information on times and presales visit EverythingNow.com and LiveNation.com.
Having closed out 2017 with an ecstatically received run through Latin America, Arcade Fire returned to the stage March 1 at Okeechobee. Following its SNL appearance this weekend, the band will head back to the UK and Europe for a series of standing room only dates running from April 6 at the 3Arena in Dublin through June 18 at the Stadthalle in Vienna. In addition to the newly announced shows, Arcade Fire had previously confirmed festival engagements including Summerfest’s July 8 closer in Milwaukee appearance, July 14 at Sloss Music & Arts Festival in Birmingham AL, July 15 at Forecastle in Louisville KY, and August 10 at HAVEN in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Arcade Fire’s 2017 Infinite Content Tour left crowds elated and critics raving at every stop, including:
“A celebration of the best working rock band in the world.”— NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
“This band seriously knows what they’re doing onstage… Arcade Fire gigs are transformative, again and again. You should see them wherever you have a chance to.”— STEREOGUM
“Not just anthemic but transcendent… there’s no better way to experience that effect than on stage.”– CHICAGO TRIBUNE
“Attacking every note and every grand pronouncement as if its very collective life depended on it. Arcade Fire is as good as it’s ever been right now. Period.”— TORONTO STAR
“A joyous affair… unflagging energy… makes their live presentation one of the most thrilling you’ll find.”— ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION
“The concert proved that Arcade Fire remains an imposing contender for the title of the world’s best rock band.”— KANSAS CITY STAR
“By the end of the night, the crowd had danced, cheered and, in some cases, cried itself to the point of exhaustion”— LAS VEGAS WEEKLY
SOURCE: (LIVE NATION)