After recently announcing some comeback shows, Bright Eyes have unveiled a full reunion tour as well as teased new music.
Bright Eyes will be embarking on a world tour this year, making stops in North America and Europe. The band will start with one show in Tokyo, Japan on March 23 before heading to North America for May and June. Then, they will head to Europe with shows from mid-August to early-September. Lavender Diamond, Japanese Breakfast, and Lucy Dacus will serve as support on select dates.
Aside from the news of the tour, they have also teased a new record in a clip uploaded to YouTube. At the end of the 1-minute clip showcasing an orchestra, the hashtag #BrightEyes2020 appears on the screen.
Frontman Conor Oberst, Mike Mogis, and Nate Wolcott have been on a nine-year hiatus from the band, which began after their 2011 album The People’s Key.
Tickets for their reunion tour go on sale on Friday, Feb. 21 at 12pm ET.
See the tour dates and teaser video below.
March 23 — Tokyo, JP @ Liquidroom
May 14 — Spokane, WA @ Knitting Factory
May 15 — Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory
May 16 — Tacoma, WA @ Temple
May 18 — Sonoma, CA @ Gundlach Bundschu Winery
May 19 — Santa Cruz, CA @ Santa Cruz Civic
May 21 — Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Palladium
May 22 — Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Palladium
May 23 — Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Palladium
May 24 — Santa Barbara, CA @ Santa Barbara Bowl
June 12 — Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
June 13 —Syracuse, NY @ Beak and Skiff
June 14 — Lewiston, NY @ Art Park
June 16 — Bethlehem, PA @ Levitt Pavillion Steel Stacks
June 17 — Burlington, VT @ The Green at Shelburne Museum
June 18 — Portland, ME @ State Theater
June 19 — New Haven, CT @ College Street Music Hall
June 20 — Queens, NY @ Forest Hills Stadium
August 14 — Oslo, NO @ Oya Festival
August 16 — Copenhagen, DK @ Vega
August 18 — Hamburg, DE @ Grosse Freiheit
August 19 — Prague, CZ @ Lucerna Music Bar
August 21 — Berlin, DE @ Tempodrom
August 22 — Frankfurt, DE @ Batschkapp
August 24 — Amsterdam, NL @ Paradiso
August 25 — Cologne, DE @ E-Werk
August 27 — Vienna, AT @ Open Air Arena
August 28 — Munich, DE @ Muffathalle
August 29 — Zurich, CH @ X-Tra
September 1 — London, UK @ Eventim Apollo
September 2 — Manchester, UK @ O2 Apollo
September 3 — Glasgow, UK @ Barrowland
September 4 —Dublin, IE @ Vicar Street
September 5 — Birmingham, UK @ O2 Institute
September 6 — Salisbury, UK @ End of the Road Festival
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