Rock band, Interpol, have announced several tour dates celebrating the 15th Anniversary of their debut album, Turn On The Bright Lights. The band will play the record in its entirety when they headline a tour in Europe, and several festival dates. Tickets go on sale, Friday, January 27. Exclusive fan pre-sale for headline shows goes live at 9 a.m. GMT on Wednesday here.
The band started out in New York in 1997, when they were forming the key players, and upon establishing the band, signed to Matador Records, thus releasing Turn On The Bright Lights. The album landed in the tenth position on NME's list of 2002's top releases, and Pitchfork declared it the year's number one album.
Over the years, Interpol has received wide critical and commercial acclaim, receiving high-charting records on the Billboard 200, and earning rave reviews from major publications like Rolling Stone and Time. They've performed on such hit programs as Late Show with David Letterman and Conan, and earning headline festival slots at Coachella, Lollapalooza, and Primavera. Turn On The Bright Lights has sold over a million albums to date.
The band is working on new material, and their sixth album will release on Matador Records, everywhere in 2018.
Turn On The Bright Lights Word Dates:
August 9 - Prague, CZ - Lucerna Music Bar
August 10 - Vienna, AT - Arena
August 12 - Buftea, RO - Summer Well Festival
August 13 - Belgrade, RS - Belgrade Fortress
August 15 - Budapest, HU - Sziget Festival
August 16 - Munich, DE - Muffathalle
August 19 - Luxembourg, LU - Den Atelier
August 20 - St. Malo, FR - La Route Du Rock
August 22 - Asolo, IT - AMA Music Festival
August 23 - Milan, IT - Carroponte
August 25 - Zurich, CH - Zurich Open Air Festival
August 27 - Copenhagen, DK - The Koncerthuset
August 29 - Tilburg, NL - 013
August 30 - Groningen, NL - Oosterpoort
Sept. 1 - London, UK - Alexandra Palace
Sept. 3 - Manchester, UK - Albert Hall
Sept. 5 - Paris, FR - Le Trianon
Sept. 9 - Madrid, ES - DCode Festival
Sept. 23 – Queens, NY — Forest Hills Stadium (Click here for tickets)
Sept. 30 – Los Angeles, CA — LA State Historic Park (SOLD OUT)
Oct. 17 – Mexico City, MX — Pepsi Center WTC
Oct. 18 – Mexico City, MX — Pepsi Center WTC