Bryan Ferry announces tour celebrating Roxy Music’s Avalon



Bryan Ferry announced the North American stop on his 2019 world tour to celebrate Roxy Music’s 1982 album Avalon. It will kick off on July 30 in Toronto. Ferry will perform songs from Avalon in addition to his solo music and other Roxy songs. Check out the full list of dates below, including those for the world leg of the tour which begins in February.

Roxy Music will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in March. Last February, the band released a deluxe 45th anniversary edition of their self-titled debut studio album. Bryan Ferry recently released his sixteenth studio LP Bitter.

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02-14 Cape Town, South Africa – Grand Arena
02-16 Pretoria, South Africa – Time Square Arena
02-21 Perth, Australia – Kings Park & ​​Botanic Garden
02-23 Yarra Valley, Australia – Rochford Wines
02-26 Melbourne, Australia – Margaret Court Arena
03-01 Sydney, Australia – ICC Sydney Theater
03-03 Mount Cotton, Australia – Sirromet Wines
03-05 Wellington, New Zealand – TSB Arena
03-07 Auckland, New Zealand – Spark Arena
03-11 Osaka, Japan – Namba Hatch
03-13 Tokyo, Japan – Bunkamura Orchard Hall
05-20 Groningen, The Netherlands – De Oosterpoort
05-22 Eindhoven, The Netherlands – Muziekgebouw Frits Phillips
05-24 Amsterdam, The Netherlands РRoyal Theater Carr̩
05-26 Frankfurt, Germany – Alte Oper
05-28 Essen, Germany – Theater Und Philharmonie Essen
05-30 Hamburg, Germany – Elbphilharmonie
06-01 Berlin, Germany – Tempodrom
06-03 Wroclaw, Poland – Narodowe Forum Muzyki
06-05 Prague, Czech Republic – Karlin Forum
06-07 Vienna, Austria – Stadthalle
06-09 Linz, Austria – Brucknerhaus
06-11 Munich, Germany – Circus Krone
06-13 Lucerne, Switzerland – KKL
06-15 Brussels, Belgium – Palais des Beaux-Arts
06-17 London, United Kingdom – Royal Albert Hall
06-20 Vejle, Denmark – Byparken Vejle
07-30 Toronto, Ontario – Sony Center
08-01 Chicago, IL – Chicago Theater
08-03 Detroit, Michigan – Fox Theater
08-05 Boston, MA – Boston Opera House
08-07 Port Chester, NY – Capitol Theater
08-09 New York, NY – United Palace Theater
08-11 Philadelphia, PA – The Met
08-13 Washington, DC – The Anthem
08-15 Atlanta, Georgia – Tabernacle
08-17 Nashville, Tennessee – Ryman Auditorium
08-21 Dallas, Texas – Majestic Theater
08-23 Austin, TX – ACL Live at the Moody Theater
08-25 Denver, CO – Paramount Theater
08-27 San Diego, CA – Copley Symphony Hall
08-29 Los Angeles, CA – Greek Theater
08-31 Oakland, CA – Fox Theater
09-03 Seattle, WA – Moore Theater
09-05 Vancouver, British Columbia – Queen Elizabeth Theater

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