Interpol will be celebrating their debut album turning 15 with a pair of shows in New York City and Los Angeles this September. 

Interpol will be celebrating their debut album turning 15 with a pair of shows in New York City and Los Angeles this September. 

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Back at the end of January, indie rock band Interpol announced they’d be celebrating their Turn on the Bright Lights album turning 15-years-old with a handful of European concerts and festival appearances throughout August and into September. On Monday, the band gave fans in the U.S. some good news in announcing a pair of shows at New York City’s Forest Hills Stadium on Sept. 23, with the second coming a week later in Los Angeles’ Historic State Park on Sept. 30.

As reported by Stereogum, these two shows will be the only North American anniversary concerts the band will be playing in 2017 in which they’ll be performing Turn on the Bright Lights in its entirety.

The first concert will be added to an already stacked lineup of shows set to take place at the renovated tennis stadium in New York’s borough of Queens. The two shows will also be the band’s first concerts within in the U.S. since July 2015, when the band was still touring in support of their 2014 LP, El Pintor.

Fan club pre-sale for the two shows will start on May 2, at 9 a.m. local time. The public on-sale for tickets will begin on May 5. Tickets and information on the band can be found by clicking here.