Tame Impala have announced a series of 2019 tour dates in the UK and Ireland with tickets going on sale 12 April.
The Kevin Parker-fronted Australian indie-rock outfit will be hitting the road this summer starting 8 June at O2 Arena in London with additional dates in in London, Blackpool, Dublin and Berlin, the band confirmed on social media.
Last month the band made their triumphant return with the new single ‘Patience’, as well as debuting another new track ‘Borderline’ during their SNL performance.
Tame Impala are expected to follow-up their critical smash album Currents from 2015 with a fourth studio album later this year. The last project Parker released was his collaborative album with Theophilus London last year titled, Theo Impala.
‘Patience’ marked Tame Impala’s first new single in four years, which should come as no surprise for the kind of studio-obsessive and perfectionist that is Parker. Both singles continue in the same vein of Tame Impala’s woozy psychedelic pop.
Currents may have made Tame Impala a household name, but their headlining slot at Coachella this month made headlines as one of the few rock acts headlining the festival. The band will also be playing Glastonbury in the UK, along with an expansive tour in the US that kicks off this week on 11 April at the Fox Theatre in Pomona, California.
Tickets go on sale 12 April and visit the official site for tour details.
Tame Impala Tour Dates
April 11 – Fox Theatre – Pomona, CA
April 13 – Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival – Indio, CA
April 20 – Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival – Indio, CA
May 02 – Ascend Amphitheatre – Nashville, TN
May 03 – ExploreAsheville.com Arena – Asheville, NC
May 05 – Shaky Knees Music Festival – Atlanta, GA
May 06 – St. Augustine Amphitheater – St. Augustine, FL
May 07 – Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater – Miami Beach FL
May 11 – Corona Capital Festival – Guadalajara, MEXICO
May 25 – Boston Calling Festival – Boston, MA
May 31 – Primavera Festival – Barcelona, SPAIN
June 01 – We Love Green – Paris, FRANCE
June 05 – Garden – Gotenberg, SWEDEN
June 06 – NorthSide – Aarhus, DENMARK
June 08 – The O2 Arena – London, ENGLAND
June 21 – Hurricane Festival – Sheebel, GERMANY
June 22 – Southside Festival – Neuhausen ob eck, GERMANY
June 24 – Empress Ballroom – Blackpool, ENGLAND
June 26 – Glastonbury – Pilton, ENGLAND
June 26 – 3Arena – Dublin, IRELAND
August 01-04 – Lollapalooza – Chicago, IL
August 09 – Flow Festival – Helsinki, FINLAND
August 13 – Parkbühne Wuhlheide –Berlin, GERMANY
August 14 – Pukkelpop – Hasselt, BELGIUM
August 15 – La Route Du Rock – Rennes, FRANCE
August 16 – Lowlands Festival – Walibi Holland, NETHERLANDS