Morrissey to play Hollywood Bowl (26 October, 2019) Interpol supporting - Morrissey Official FB




(Ticket link = Ticketmaster).

Image from the 2 posted by @madness.la on IG:

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Regards,
FWD.


UPDATE July 31:

Link to press release posted by Thewlis:

Show in Irvine is sold out.
http://portable-infinite.blogspot.com/2019/07/morrissey-sells-out-five-points.html?m=1

Morrissey Sells Out Five Points Amphitheatre, Announces Hollywood Bowl Tour Finale
The Britpop icon will end his US Fall arena tour at the legendary Los Angeles venue on Oct. 26 joined by special guests Interpol
Tickets onsale Friday, August 2nd at 12 P.M. EST

The Los Angeles love affair with Morrissey continues. Due to popular demand, Morrissey has announced the final show of his arena headline tour at the Hollywood Bowl on Saturday, October 26th. This special show will be the Britpop icon’s last stop on a sprawling U.S. fall tour that will see Moz across both coasts. The show was announced this morning on KROQ and comes on the heels of Morrissey selling out the antepenultimate show of the tour at the Five Points Amphitheatre in Irvine, California.
Touring in support of his latest LP, 60s/70s covers album California Son (Étienne Records/BMG), Morrissey will kick off the tour on September 5th in Maryland’sMerriweather Post Pavilion. The rock pioneer will be joined on the road by post-punk luminaries Interpol. California Son entered Billboard’s Vinyl Album Chart at #1 in May.
Morrissey’s "Smash Hit" Broadway residency kicked off his 2019 campaign earlier this summer with a series of seven "instant sell-out" shows at Manhattan's Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. Critics worldwide raved about the run, which saw Moz draw material from throughout his remarkable repertoire of hits ranging from his storied early days with the Smiths to his acclaimed solo releases. Jon Pareles of The New York Times described his opening night performance as “ impeccably sung” and “as intimate as his songs themselves.”
Fans still remember Morrissey’s last Hollywood Bowl appearances as two of his all-time best. Morrissey himself will find it hard to forget the 35,000 seat sell out for the launch of his Low in High School tour, which lead the Mayor of Los Angeles to officially proclaim November 10th as “Morrissey Day”.


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Show in Irvine is sold out.
http://portable-infinite.blogspot.com/2019/07/morrissey-sells-out-five-points.html?m=1

Morrissey Sells Out Five Points Amphitheatre, Announces Hollywood Bowl Tour Finale
The Britpop icon will end his US Fall arena tour at the legendary Los Angeles venue on Oct. 26 joined by special guests Interpol
Tickets onsale Friday, August 2nd at 12 P.M. EST

The Los Angeles love affair with Morrissey continues. Due to popular demand, Morrissey has announced the final show of his arena headline tour at the Hollywood Bowl on Saturday, October 26th. This special show will be the Britpop icon’s last stop on a sprawling U.S. fall tour that will see Moz across both coasts. The show was announced this morning on KROQ and comes on the heels of Morrissey selling out the antepenultimate show of the tour at the Five Points Amphitheatre in Irvine, California.
Touring in support of his latest LP, 60s/70s covers album California Son (Étienne Records/BMG), Morrissey will kick off the tour on September 5th in Maryland’sMerriweather Post Pavilion. The rock pioneer will be joined on the road by post-punk luminaries Interpol. California Son entered Billboard’s Vinyl Album Chart at #1 in May.
Morrissey’s "Smash Hit" Broadway residency kicked off his 2019 campaign earlier this summer with a series of seven "instant sell-out" shows at Manhattan's Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. Critics worldwide raved about the run, which saw Moz draw material from throughout his remarkable repertoire of hits ranging from his storied early days with the Smiths to his acclaimed solo releases. Jon Pareles of The New York Times described his opening night performance as “ impeccably sung” and “as intimate as his songs themselves.”
Fans still remember Morrissey’s last Hollywood Bowl appearances as two of his all-time best. Morrissey himself will find it hard to forget the 35,000 seat sell out for the launch of his Low in High School tour, which lead the Mayor of Los Angeles to officially proclaim November 10th as “Morrissey Day”.
What nonsense as there are still plenty of tickets available on Live Nation so it it isn’t sold out!
 
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There was a time when Irvine would have sold fast. Not now. Tickets still available. NOT sold out.

None of the remaining shows have sold out.

If there is another UK tour it'll be a disaster and likely cancelled for logistical reasons or as it is more commonly known fans staying away from a racist old git.
 
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vegan cro spirit 555

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You can hear them all chanting, “Johnny! Johnny!” Or maybe it was “Killerz! Killerz!” Sorry, I don’t know the singers name.

Killerz as no one knows who the funny looking :handpointright::guardsman::handpointleft: is.
he plays the festivals and acts like everyone is there to see him.:lbf:
note the crowd, everybody is talking to each other ignoring the
:frogface: caterwauling from the stage.:dizzy:
 
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vegan cro spirit 555

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Morrissey will play at the Hollywood Bowl and Johnny Marr will play at a bowling alley in Hollywood.

that would be a huge venue for a solo DramaJ Sr and Jr show.
compared to his other tiny small gigs with 100 at most. here
you get the bowling crowd with their bowling shoes.:clap:
 

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Vegan Cro’s parents regret the condom splitting
You can hear them all chanting, “Johnny! Johnny!” Or maybe it was “Killerz! Killerz!” Sorry, I don’t know the singers name.
Why would anybody be shouting Brandon or Killerz? Johnny played on the Friday night and nobody knew he was going to join the Killers on stage on the Saturday night?
 

gordyboy9

GAME OF DEATH.
Why would anybody be shouting Brandon or Killerz? Johnny played on the Friday night and nobody knew he was going to join the Killers on stage on the Saturday night?
look fuddface I was responding to fantiq who didn't know who the singer of the killers was,just you get back to new order solo.com.
 
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Anonymous

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It's not sold out. None of them are and that's playing with a huge band like interpol
The guys a loser
Yet you took time out of your clearly busy schedule to visit a site dedicated to said 'loser' and post a grammatically haphazard (and very dull) comment.

Now, I might be wrong, but this behaviour suggests that you are an enormous twat.
 

bored

Lust a prima vista
Why don't you f*** off there then? I hear Brown Nose Airlines have some good deals for easily impressed low-landers.
Holy shit man.. Seek therapy sooner than immediately.
 
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vegan cro spirit 555

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the fans at the Killers show were hollering
'da plane' 'da plane' when they saw :handpointright::guardsman::handpointleft:
walk on stage.:nogood:
 

bored

Lust a prima vista
How exactly does having a career in the toilet and 15 years without a single decent song constitute “winning”?
So you're hanging around going a good song comes out? When do you move on? 20 years?

Good plan.

Seriously.. If you don't like the songs you don't like them and I disagree with you on that and that's fine but why bother visiting the site of it's been such a pointless decade and a half musically?

It's your time.. Just not sure why you're wasting it.
 

Ben Budd

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:rolleyes:

i need to give the same verdict to Sam???:crazy:

Moz didnt tell Sam to grab a :guitar: and due some tunes before his show.o_O
Maybe too much sock puppetry has fried you mind and you are hallucinating.:lbf:
LOL, i must be mis-remembering Doncaster, February 2008 when Moz had Noise is the Best Revenge support him. That dreadful band his nephew fronted.

Nice try though, pal.
 
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vegan cro spirit 555

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LOL, i must be mis-remembering Doncaster, February 2008 when Moz had Noise is the Best Revenge support him. That dreadful band his nephew fronted.

Nice try though, pal.

:straightface:

bad throw pally.;)

nobody knew that that band had moz nephew in it. DramaJ Jr tho, is DramaJ Jr, not
some band with DramaJ Jr in it. its ADVERTISED as Jr opening for Sr so the punters
feel sorry for the Dramatic family lot. buy tix as charity.:lbf:
poor twat and twattie.

maybe DramaJ Sr and Jr will end up the 'show':lbf:
with a duet of 'I Need Food Babe":lbf:
 

Uncleskinny

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:straightface:

bad throw pally.;)

nobody knew that that band had moz nephew in it. DramaJ Jr tho, is DramaJ Jr, not
some band with DramaJ Jr in it. its ADVERTISED as Jr opening for Sr so the punters
feel sorry for the Dramatic family lot. buy tix as charity.:lbf:
poor twat and twattie.

maybe DramaJ Sr and Jr will end up the 'show':lbf:
with a duet of 'I Need Food Babe":lbf:
Pro-tip. Emojis make you look even more of a cunt. If that were at all possible.
 
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It isn't possible. Always a rabble from the most ineffective of rousers. It could be supposed that the emojis provide a sense of community; apparently a great many older men (late 40s and above) use them to seem relevant little knowing that the world has moved on.

The dated language mixed with topical terms makes for an excruciating read. I suppose being in here keeps him out of the madhouse?
 

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