The Glitch Mob will debut The Blade 2.0 on 2018 world tour
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Iconic LA-based electronic trio The Glitch Mob has announced a 2018 world tour, featuring the debut of Blade 2.0, with support from special guests Elohim and Anomalie.

The World Tour will hit several cities across North America beginning May 11 at Union Hall in Edmonton, AB and wrapping up at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colo. on June 28. Highlights along the way include Showbox SoDo in Seattle, Wash. on May 18 & 19, The National in Richmond, Va. on June 7, and The Plaza Live in Orlando, Fla. on June 10.

Blade 2.0, a customized, painted stage that houses both lights and instruments, is a collaboration with Dell and Alienware. The innovative project was handcrafted by The Glitch Mob and famed set designer Martin Phillips, who previously worked with the likes of Daft Punk, Kanye West, Nine Inch Nails and more.

While out on the road, The Glitch Mob is slated to perform at music festivals like Lightning in a Bottle, Governor's Ball, Bonnaroo, and Electric Forest.

In addition to the 2018 World Tour with Blade 2.0, The Glitch Mob have released details for their forthcoming full-length, See Without Eyes, set for release on May 4. The album, the trio’s follow-up to 2014’s highly successful Love Death Immortality, will be anchored by the lead single, “How Could This Be Wrong” featuring Tula. Fans can pre-order the 10-track album, which also features guest spots from the likes of Elohim and Arama, on the trio’s website.

Watch the music video for “How Could This Be Wrong” (feat. Tula), the brand new single taken from The Glitch Mob’s forthcoming release, See Without Eyes, above. Check out the full list of tour dates below and purchase tickets for select dates here at AXS.com. For more information, visit The Glitch Mob’s official website.

The Glitch Mob - 2018 Tour Dates
May 11 - Edmonton, AB - Union Hall+*
May 12 - Calgary, AB - Marquee Beer Market & Stage+*
May 14 - Vancouver, BC - Commodore Ballroom+*
May 15 - Spokane, WA - The Knitting Factory+*
May 16 - Missoula, MT - The Wilma+*
May 18 - Seattle, WA - Showbox SoDo+* (Click here for tickets)
May 19 - Seattle, WA - Showbox SoDo+* (Click here for tickets)
May 20 - Portland, OR - Roseland Theater+*
May 23 - Garden City, ID - Revolution Center+*
May 24 - Reno, NV - Cargo+*
May 25 - Bradley, CA - Lightning in a Bottle
May 26 - San Diego, CA - The Observatory North Park+
May 27 - Las Vegas, NV - Brooklyn Bowl+
May 31 - Boston, MA - House of Blues+
June 1 - New York, NY - Governor's Ball
June 2 - Washington, DC - 930 Club+
June 7 - Richmond, VA - The National (Click here for tickets)
June 9 - Manchester, TN - Bonnaroo
June 10 - Orlando, FL - The Plaza Live+ (Click here for tickets)
June 13 - New Orleans, LA - The Joy Theater+
June 14 - Houston, TX - White Oak Music Hall+
June 15 - Austin, TX - Emo's+
June 16 - Dallas, TX - House of Blues+
June 19 - Indianapolis, IN - Egyptian Room+
June 20 - Columbus OH - Express Live!+
June 21 - Pittsburgh, PA - Stage AE+
June 21 - June 24 - Rothbury, MI - Electric Forest
June 26 - Kansas City, MO - Crossroads KC+
June 28 - Morrison, CO - Red Rocks Amphitheatre+ (Click here for tickets)
June 28 - July 1 - Rothbury, MI - Electric Forest

+ = w/ Elohim
* = w/ Anomalie