English rock band The Darkness is kicking off a North American leg of their Tour de Prance.
The tour is scheduled to kick off March 29 at Los Angeles’ Fonda Theatre and wrap up May 2 at South Side Music Hall in Dallas.
The Darkness, made up of Justin Hawkins, Dan Hawkins, Frankie Poullaian and Rufus Taylor, is touring to support their fifth album, “Pinewood Smile.” The LP is due out Oct. 6 on Cooking Vinyl records and was produced by Grammy Award-winning producer Adrian Bushby. “Pinewood Smile,” according to a statement released by the band’s reps,finds The Darkness in electrifying form, delivering some of the most sharp-witted, infectious, humorous and downright brilliant songs of their career. “Pinewood Smile” also features the drumming and vocal talents of gorgeous new band member Rufus Tiger Taylor, son of Queen legend Roger Taylor.”
Tickets for Tour de Prance go on sale Friday, Sept. 29th at 10am local times. Visit www.thedarknesslive.com for further information.
2018 North American leg of Tour de Prance:
3/29     Los Angeles, CA @The Fonda Theatre
3/30     Las Vegas, NV @Brooklyn Bowl
3/31     San Francisco, CA @Regency Ballroom
4/2       Portland, OR @Crystal Ballroom
4/3       Seattle, WA @Showbox
4/4       Vancouver, BC @Vogue Theatre
4/6       Salt Lake City, UT @The Complex
4/7       Englewood, CO @Gothic Theatre
4/8       Kansas City, MO @The Truman
4/10     Milwaukee, WI @Turner Hall Ballroom
4/11     Chicago, IL @Park West
4/13     Detroit, MI @Majestic Theatre
4/14     Cleveland, OH @Agora Ballroom
4/15     Toronto, ON @The Phoenix Concert Theatre
4/17     Montreal, QC @Corona Theatre
4/18     Philadelphia, PA @The Trocadero Theatre
4/20     Brooklyn, NY @Brooklyn Steel
4/21     Sayreville, NJ @Starland Ballroom
4/22     Boston, MA @Royale
4/24     Baltimore, MD @Rams Head Live!
4/25     Norfolk, VA @The NorVa
4/27     Charlotte, NC @The Underground
4/28     Atlanta, GA @Terminal West
4/30     New Orleans, LA @Civic Theatre
5/1       Austin, TX @Emo’s
5/2       Dallas, TX @South Side Music Hall
Maggie O'Brien

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