The Cure have announced a 2023 tour of North America: their first in 7 years. There are 30 dates included and the trek has been dubbed "Shows of a Lost World."
The tour opens May 10 in New Orleans and runs through July 1 in Miami, with stops in Dallas, Seattle, Denver, Chicago, Cleveland, Montreal, Atlanta, and more. The schedule comes with three dates each at two notable venues: L.A.’s Hollywood Bowl and New York’s Madison Square Garden. Support on all dates will come from their longtime tourmates The Twilight Sad.
Tickets will be available through a Ticketmaster Verified Fan Sale beginning Wednesday, March 15, and it will require pre-registration to access. Fans will be able to register for a maximum of five different shows, and registration closes at 10am PT Monday, March 13.
There have been expectations of another Cure album in recent years. Robert Smith in particular has been teasing a Cure album. In 2019, after being inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (by Trent Reznor), Smith said, “If I’m optimistic it will be finished before the start of this summer.” While the album still hasn't been released, it has yet to be seen if the upcoming tour is related to its release.
The band’s last studio album was 2008’s 4:13 Dream. In recent years, Smith has collaborated with Gorillaz and remixed Chvrches, Deftones, and, just this week, Noel Gallagher. Last year, the band reissued their 1992 record Wish.
See the band's tour poster with dates below.
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