To their great disappointment, Dead Can Dance announced this morning that they will have to cancel their planned European and North American tours.
Brendan Perry, Lisa Gerrard, and a full ensemble of talented musicians had been planning to return to North America for the first time in a decade since their last appearance at the 2013 Coachella Festival. Their previous plans to tour this side of the pond had already been thwarted due to the pandemic – now, it’s health reasons.
They thank their loyal fans for their support. We hope for their healing and rest.
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Here is the list of canceled shows in Europe:
- October 19 Théâtre Sébastopol – Lille, France
- October 21 Grand Rex – Paris, France
- October 22 L’auditorium – Lyon, France
- October 24 Haus Auensee – Leipzig, Germany
- October 26 Polish Baltic Frederic Chopin Philharmonic – Gdansk, Poland
- October 29 Compensa Concert Hall – Vilnius, Lithuania
- October 31 Area Riga – Riga, Latvia
- November 2 Alexela Kontserdimaja – Tallinn, Estonia
- November 4 Kulttuuritalo – Helsinki, Finland
- November 6 Oslo Konserthus – Oslo, Norway
- November 8 Göta Lejon – Stockholm, Sweden
- November 11 DR Koncerthuset – Copenhagen, Denmark
- December 11 Grand Auditorium Louis Lumiere – Cannes, France
Here is the list of 2023 canceled shows in North America:
- March 24 Orpheum – Vancouver, BC
- March 26 Paramount Theatre – Seattle, WA
- March 29 Arlene Schnitzer – Portland, OR
- March 31 Masonic Auditorium – San Francisco, CA
- April 1 Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, CA
- April 3 Cal Coast Credit Union Amphitheatre – San Diego, CA
- April 5 The Union – Salt Lake City, UT
- April 7 The Mission Ballroom – Denver, CO
- April 10 State Theatre – Minneapolis, MN
- April 11 Chicago Theater – Chicago, IL
- April 13 Masonic Temple Theater – Detroit, MI
- April 14 Meridian Hall – Toronto, ON
- April 16 Boch Center – Boston, MA
- April 17 Radio City Music Hall – New York City, NY
- April 19 Carnegie Music Hall – Rose & Gilt Theatre – Pittsburgh, PA
- April 21 The Anthem – Washington, DC
- April 22 Opera House – Philadelphia, PA
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