The band will vary set lists from night to night, performing songs from the upcoming album Zeitgeist, Pumpkins classics, plus unreleased material and tunes written the day of the show.

The concerts are designed to give fans a glimpse into the Pumpkins’ creative process.

San Francisco dates mark the first time the band has played The Fillmore since April 1994.

The Asheville shows mark the first time the Pumpkins will have played a residency since their four gigs at the Double Door in Chicago in 1994, before the release of Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness.

Fans attending the Fillmore and Orange Peel shows are invited to capture the concerts with audio and video recorders.

General admission tickets for these all-ages shows go on sale Sunday, May 20. The San Francisco tickets ($25 each) and will be available at 10 a.m. Pacific time via and

For the Asheville show, tickets ($20 each) will go on sale at 1 p.m. Eastern at and

Tickets for both shows will be available through Internet only and will not be sold at the box offices, charge-by-phone or ticket outlets.

There is a two-ticket limit per person and the purchaser must pick up tickets at the box office night-of-show only.

Zeitgeist is set for release July 10 and is Billy Corgan & Co.’s first album of new material since 2000’s Machina/The Machines of God and the free, digital-only release Machina II/The Friends & Enemies of Modern Music.

The band’s world tour gets under way May 22 in Paris.