Arcade Fire Tacks On U.S. Stops

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Arcade Fire performs at the Forum in Inglewood, Calif., Oct. 20.
Arcade Fire has added six non-festival dates in the U.S. this year to its “Everything Now Continued” routing.
The new dates start July 7 at
Tickets to the new gigs go on sale March 20.
The group’s next scheduled gig is in Paris at AccorHotels Arena March 28. The group has a full run scheduled throughout Europe until June 18. The plan includes shows in the U.K., Germany, Ireland, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, Netherlands, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Austria and Hungary.
The only other U.S. plays currently listed for Arcade Fire are at festivals: Summerfest in Milwaukee July 8; Sloss Music & Arts Festival in Birmingham, Ala., July 14; and Forecastle Festival in Lousiville, Ky., July 15.
Arcade Fire recently played two sets at Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival in Okeechobee, Fla., March 1 and 4, and finished a full tour throughout Latin America in late 2017.
A highlight from the tour throughout Mexico, Central and South America was two nights at Auditorio Nacional in Mexico City Nov. 29-30. That show moved 19,790 tickets with a total gross of $1.13 million.
Arcade Fire also did a full tour in North America last year in support of the 2017 release Everything Now.
For all the latest on Arcade Fire’s tour plans, check out the group’s artist page.