Prepare for an unforgettable experience as The Cure announces their 2023 North American Tour! Fans of the legendary British rock band will have the chance to see them perform their classic hits live in cities across the continent.
The Cure will bring their signature sound and energy to venues all over North America. From coast to coast, fans can enjoy the band’s iconic hits and new music from their upcoming album.
North American Tour 2023 For The Cure
There has been an announcement that the Cure will be touring North America in 2023. Three dates are scheduled at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl and New York’s Madison Square Garden, with three dates in Los Angeles. The Twilight Sad will support them on all dates, as they have done for many years.
The Cure has been teasing a new album for some time now, with Robert Smith giving regular updates on the project. While Smith’s induction had not yet released the album into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, he told the crowd that if he were optimistic, it would be ready before summer. The album still needs to be released.
THE CURE RETURN TO NORTH AMERICA IN MAY FOR A 30 DATE TOUR #ShowsOfALostWorld23 – REGISTER FOR TICKETS NOW AT https://t.co/PkDGUv9w7c pic.twitter.com/SU2wNqRG0f
— The Cure (@thecure) March 9, 2023
The last studio album from the band was 2008’s 4:13 Dream, their previous album. As part of his collaboration with Gorillaz in the last couple of years, Smith has remixed Chvrches and Deftones and has recently remixed Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, released earlier this week.
Last year, the band reissued their 1992 album Wish, initially released in 1992. Here’s where the Cure landed on Pitchfork’s list of “The 250 Best Songs of the 1990s,” ranked by the music website.
North American Tour Schedule For The Cure In 2023
There will be 30 stops on the tour that will kick off on May 10 at Smoothie King Center in New Orleans. Next, visits will be made at Austin, Phoenix, San Diego, Seattle, Vancouver, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Tampa, and many more, before the tour closes on July 1 at Miami-Dade Arena in Florida.
On top of that, the tour will feature three consecutive shows at LA’s Hollywood Bowl (May 23, 24, 25) and New York’s Madison Square Garden (June 20, 21, 22), with support on all dates coming from The Twilight Sad. Below you will find a complete list of the tour dates that will be taking place.
10 – New Orleans, Louisiana, Smoothie King Center
12 – Houston, Texas, Toyota Center
13 – Dallas, Texas, Dos Equis Pavilion
14 – Austin, Texas, Moody Center
16 – Albuquerque, New Mexico, Isleta Amphitheater
18 – Phoenix, Arizona, Desert Diamond Arena
20 – San Diego, California, NICU Amphitheatre
23 – Los Angeles, California, Hollywood Bowl
24 – Los Angeles, California, Hollywood Bowl
25 – Los Angeles, California, Hollywood Bowl
27 – San Francisco, California, Shoreline Amphitheatre
01 – Seattle, Washington, Climate Pledge Arena
02 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Rogers Arena
04 – Salt Lake City, Utah, Vivint Smart Home Arena
06 – Denver, Colorado, Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre
08 – Minneapolis St. Paul, Minnesota, Xcel Energy Center
10 – Chicago, Illinois, United Center
11 – Cleveland, Ohio, Blossom Music Center
13 – Detroit, Michigan, Pine Knob Music Theatre
14 – Toronto, Ontario, Budweiser Stage
16 – Montreal, Québec, Bell Centre
18 – Boston, Massachusetts, Xfinity Center
20 – New York, New York, Madison Square Garden
21 – New York, New York, Madison Square Garden
22 – New York, New York, Madison Square Garden
24 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Wells Fargo Center
25 – Columbia, Maryland, Merriweather Post Pavilion
27 – Atlanta, Georgia, State Farm Arena
29 – Tampa, Florida – Amalie Arena
01 – Miami, Florida, Miami-Dade Arena
About The Cure
British rock band The Cure expresses despair, frustration, and futility with an uncompromising message. Known for their post-punk, angst-ridden music, the Cure has attracted a cult following worldwide. A 1989 tour saw the group play its first stadium venues in America after years as an underground sensation. Robert Smith is a songwriter-singer who uses music to exorcise existential guilt.
Standing on a Beach was the Cure’s first American release in 1986. So it had been over ten years since Smith and his partners began making music. Azerrad explains that between the Cure’s debut and subsequent albums Boys Don’t Cry, Seventeen Seconds, and Faith, they went from being an energetic pop band to being in irritable moods, with songs like The Funeral Party’ and The Drowning Man’ exuding a dark radiance.
In addition, their hairstyles, red lipstick, and clothing cultivated a punk look. Pornography, an album of almost every song which mentions death, was Smith’s nadir of morbidity. With a setlist featuring some of their greatest hits and new material from their upcoming album, this will surely be an event not to be missed. So get your tickets now and join The Cure on this epic journey! Stay tuned for more details from the event and other updates from the world of showbiz.