King Crimson fans will have more opportunities to catch their favorite band in 2019. The British prog-rock pioneers have unveiled more 2019 North American fall tour dates in celebration of their 50th anniversary, which will keep them on the road through late September.
Jambase reports on Jan. 25 that founder Robert Fripp and company have added a dozen new stops in Canada and the U.S. Dubbed “An Evening with King Crimson: Celebrating 50 Years,” the North American leg will follow summer dates in Europe and Mexico, which will include a huge three-night stand from June 18 -June 20 in London at the historic Royal Albert Hall.
The North American fall leg will launch Sept. 3 in Los Angeles at Greek Theatre. The band will make numerous major cities stops along the way, including visits to Denver, Chicago, Toronto and New York, before wrapping up Sept. 29 in Atlanta at Cobb Center.
A few U.S. dates went on sale earlier this month while most North American shows are scheduled to go on sale to the public starting Friday, Jan. 25 at 10:00 a.m. local time. Grab your King Crimson tickets now at AXS.
Upcoming 50th-anniversary celebrations in the upcoming months include a massive reissue series beginning in February with the release of the 6-LP set “King Crimson 1972-74.” The band will also release a documentary late this year “Cosmic F*Kc: The King Crimson,” which was directed by Toby Amies.
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King Crimson's 2019 fall North American tour schedule:
Sept. 3 – Los Angeles, CA - Greek Theatre (Tickets)
Sept. 5 – Oakland, CA - Fox Theater
Sept. 6 – Oakland, CA - Fox Theater
Sept. 8 – Denver, CO - Paramount Theatre (Tickets)
Sept. 10 – Chicago, IL - Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University
Sept. 12 – Washington, DC - Warner Theatre
Sept. 14 – Toronto, ON - Budweiser Stage
Sept. 17 – Montreal, QC - St Denis Theatre
Sept. 19 – Boston, MA - Wang Theater
Sept. 21 – New York, NY - Radio City Music Hall (Tickets)
Sept. 23 – Philadelphia, PA - The Met
Sept. 25 – Cleveland, OH - Hard Rock Rocksino
Sept. 27 – Nashville, TN - The Ryman
Sept. 29 – Atlanta, GA - The Cobb Center