US tour dates announced

10/5 Boston, MA @ Wang Theatre
10/6 Waterbury, CT @ Palace Theater
10/10 New York, NY @ Radio City Music Hall
10/15 Portland, ME @ State Theatre
10/16 Burlington, VT @ Flynn Center for the Performing Arts
10/18 Albany, NY @ Palace Theatre
10/19 Niagara Falls, NY @ Rapids Theatre
10/23 Pittsburgh, PA @ Heinz Hall
10/24 Columbus, OH @ LC Indoor Pavilion
10/26 Flint, MI @ James H Whiting Auditorium
10/27 Chicago, IL @ Chicago Theatre
10/29 Minneapolis, MN @ Orpheum Theatre
10/30 Clear Lake, IA @ Surf Ballroom
11/1 Lincoln, NE @ Rococo Theatre
11/3 Denver, CO @ Ellie Caulkins Opera House
11/4 Salt Lake City, UT @ Kingsbury Hall at University of Utah
11/8 Seattle, WA @ Moore Theatre
11/10 Bellingham, WA @ Mount Baker Theatre
11/11 Portland, OR @ Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
11/14 Davis, CA @ Robert Mondavi Center at UC Davis
11/16 San Francisco, CA @ Davies Symphony Hall
11/17 Reno, NV @ John Ascuaga's Nugget - Rose Ballroom
11/21 Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theater
11/23 Las Vegas, NV @ The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas at The Chelsea Ballroom
11/24 Los Angeles, CA @ Staples Center Arena w/IGGY AND THE STOOGES!
11/27 El Paso, TX @ Tricky Falls
11/28 Wichita Falls, TX @ Kay Yeager Coliseum
11/30 Pharr, TX @ Pharr Entertainment Center
12/1 Beaumont, TX @ Jefferson Theatre
12/3 Atlanta, GA @ Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
12/5 Asheville, NC @ Orange Peel
12/7 North Bethesda, MD @ The Music Center at Strathmore
12/8 Atlantic City, NJ @ Showboat Resort and Casino - House of Blues

Source: https://www.facebook.com/events/449646111726145/


No Florida? Gee, I wonder why.
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Wooo hooo! Thank you MOZ!! La and Vegas here I come. Best news of the day. I'll be counting the days.
 

modrevolve

Standard Model
The Orangel Peel - Ashville, NC
Show: 8:00 pm Doors: 7:00 pm
Tickets on sale: 06/22/2012 12:00 PM
$45 advance / $50 day of show
December 5, 2012
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Never understood the pricing of tickets in the States.
In the UK, it's one price everyone in, in the States you have to battle to work out what ticket you can afford and those with a bit of income can select the best seats
 

sweetness522

My one true love
Yup I was thinking the same thing. Hope it's either Highline Ballroom, Irving Plaza or Webster Hall. All good GA venues & easily accessible by subway. :thumb:





seems like another NYC date could be added if needed, with the rather unusual 4 night gap only 3 dates in.
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Very nice, lot's of dates all over the country.

Looking forward to fall and a "little traveling" to see the man in action.

To those of you complaining about this and complaining about that, go complain somewhere else, your pathetic!

This is a fan sit meant to "enjoy" the work of our man, not scrutinize and moan about everything he does or does not do.

If you don't like him, leave him.

Thanks for scheduling a solid run in the USA Moz, we love ya~
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Wooo hoooo! Thank you Jesus Morrissey! So excited. Can not wait so see you in Vegas or La!!
 

modrevolve

Standard Model
This show will be promoted by Bowery Presents..So another show would most likely be Wellmont Theatre, Bowery, Webster Hall or Terminal 5.. Or Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn..

BTW..they go onsale friday at ten..$95, $75, $65, $55, $45

Yup I was thinking the same thing. Hope it's either Highline Ballroom, Irving Plaza or Webster Hall. All good GA venues & easily accessible by subway. :thumb:
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Yup I was thinking the same thing. Hope it's either Highline Ballroom, Irving Plaza or Webster Hall. All good GA venues & easily accessible by subway. :thumb:

I don't necessarily agree that he should play these "intimate" venues that are basically glorified bars. Don't get me wrong, I've seen Joe Strummer and Greenday at Irving Plaza. So, I'm not saying that places such as the ones you mentioned are beneath Morrissey. But, I think that Radio City is a gorgeous mid-sized venue that is worthy of Morrissey's overall career and status. I can't see him at Highline, Bowery Ballroom, Webster, or even Irving. Just a bit TOO small if you ask me. Bring him back for a date at the Apollo, Hammerstein, Beacon, or even the United Palace on 175th Street, if you want to squeeze in another NYC gig.
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Weird tour, weird cities... Wichita Falls I guess is for the Dallas fans and Beaumont for Houston, Pharr for Monterrey, Mexico and Niagara Falls for Toronto? Tempe, Las Vegas, LA, El Paso, Pharr and Wichita Falls for mi. Hasta.
 
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Anonymous

Guest
El Paso venue is small and GA! Can't get any better than that!!!
 
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Anonymous

Guest
He would never do this amount of shows in UK. For someone who is quinticentially British he has seemingly forgotten his routes (like Paul McCartney, The Stones etc). Easy money, easy crowds.

It may be true that living abroad for so long, he has forgotten his British routes, such as what are the best roads to travel between Manchester and London. But at least he hasn't forgotten his British roots.
 

evennow

Writers on the storm
Never understood the pricing of tickets in the States.
In the UK, it's one price everyone in, in the States you have to battle to work out what ticket you can afford and those with a bit of income can select the best seats

Welcome to the wonderful world of capitalism. Where the wealthy and or crazies fight it out up front, and the poor and or relaxed sit it out in the back. I somewhat believe the higher ticket prices paid by some offset lower prices paid by others thereby at least allowing those less equipped with $$ to purchase a ticket. Anyone buying that?

MR
 

klaus

Junior Whopper
Get ready Los Angeles. Jesus, imagine Iggy and Morrissey fans mixed in the pit:

"Please stop spitting on me," says the Morrissey fan. "Only if you stop crying first," replies the Iggy fan. Oh I can't wait.
 

nozmuppet

Member
Hate to say it News of another Morrissey tour is getting tiresome....I know he`s a great live performer.....but becomes less of an label artist....when he can release new material or collabaration on the internet.

Ps...Mike Joyce was interviewed on the BBC morning news today on the merit of British pop music being played on the opening ceremony of the Olympics.
 

9timesfined

Junior Member
10/5 Boston, MA @ Wang Theatre
10/6 Waterbury, CT @ Palace Theater
10/10 New York, NY @ Radio City Music Hall


I am Very Happy Now !!!!!!
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Bahahaha, I can't believe he's playing my hometown (Beaumont). Really- I can't believe it. It's a weird, boring little town that's main claim to fame is that it's not as trashy as the towns encircling it.

Not that I'm complaining; it'll be nice to see him without making the trek to Houston for a change.
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Get ready Los Angeles. Jesus, imagine Iggy and Morrissey fans mixed in the pit:

"Please stop spitting on me," says the Morrissey fan. "Only if you stop crying first," replies the Iggy fan. Oh I can't wait.

Have you actually seen the fanbase in Los Angeles?
Majority of them are a bunch of greasers, lol.
 

Harsh Truth

Ever Felt Had?
It may be true that living abroad for so long, he has forgotten his British routes, such as what are the best roads to travel between Manchester and London. But at least he hasn't forgotten his British roots.

Now THAT is funny!
 

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