Sigur Rós Add U.S. Tour Dates

New Album Kveikur Out June 18

Jun 10, 2013
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Next week Iceland's Sigur Rós will release their new record Kveikur. With an extensive world tour already in the works supporting the album the trio have managed to slip in a number of additional U.S. dates in the midst of September and early October. Scroll down below to consult the newly updated itinerary below. Kveikur comes out June 18.

Sigur Rós Tour Dates:

06-19 Dresden, Germany - Junge Garde
06-21-22 Scheesel, Germany - Hurricane Festival
06-21-22 Neuhausen, Germany - Southside Festival
06-23 Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands - Best Kept Secret Festival
06-25 Warsaw, Poland - Sowinskiego Ampitheatre
06-28 St. Gallen, Switzerland - Openair
06-30 Cornwall, England - Eden Project
07-04 Werchter, Belgium - Rock Werchter
07-06 Roskilde, Denmark - Roskilde Festival
07-14 Joensuu, Finland - Ilosaarirock Festival
07-18 Ostrava, Czech Republic - Colours of Ostrava
07-20 Salacgriva, Latvia - Positivus Festival
07-26 Ferrara, Italy - Piazza Castello
07-27 Lucca, Italy - City Square
07-28 Rome, Italy - Ippodromo delle Capannelle
08-30 Cheshire, England - Jodrell Bank
08-31 North Dorset, England - End of the Road Festival
09-14 Detroit, MI - Laneway Festival
09-15 Cleveland, OH - Jacobs Pavilion
09-17 Indianapolis, IN - The Lawn
09-19 Pittsburgh, PA - Stage AE
09-20 Philadelphia, PA - Mann Center
09-21 Raleigh, NC - Red Hat Amphitheater
09-23 Charlottesville, VA - John Paul Jones Arena
09-24 Norfolk, VA - Old Dominion Constant Center
09-25 Charleston, SC - North Charleston Coliseum
09-27 Nashville, TN - The Woods
09-28 Asheville, NC - Arena
09-30 Chicago, IL - Chicago Auditorium Theatre
10-01 St. Louis, MO - Fabulous Fox Theater
10-03 New Orleans, LA - Champions Square
10-04 Birmingham, AL - Magic City Theatre
10-05 Atlanta, GA - Chastain Park Amphitheatre
10-07 Tampa, FL - USF Sun Dome
10-08 Orlando, FL - UCF Arena
10-09 Miami, FL - Bayfront Park Amphitheatre
10-13 Mexico City - Corona Capital

11-16 Dublin, Ireland - O2 Arena
11-19 Nottingham, England - Nottingham Arena
11-20 Brighton, England - Brighton Centre
11-21 London, England - Wembley Arena
11-23 Luxembourg City, Luxembourg - Rockhal
11-24 Frankfurt, Germany - Jahrhunderthalle
11-25 Dusseldorf, Germany - Mitsubishi Electric Hall
11-27 Malmo, Sweden - Baltiska Hallen
11-28 Oslo, Norway - Spektrum

* with Tim Hecker
^ with Oneohtrix Point Never

(www.sigur-ros.co.uk)



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