My Bloody Valentine

Earlier this year My Bloody Valentine released its first record in 21 years, m b v. Now in support of the album, the band has announced a tour of the U.S. All of My Bloody Valentine’s forthcoming dates are below.

06-09 Budapest, Hungary – Club 202
06-10 Prague, Czech Republic – Archa Theater
06-13 Copenhagen, Denmark – Vega
06-14 Hultsfred, Sweden – Hultsfred Festival
06-15 Oslo, Norway – Norwegian Wood Festival
07-07 Belfort, France – Eurockeennes Festival
07-13 Balado, Scotland – T in the Park
07-26 Niigata, Japan – Fuji Rock Festival
07-27 Ansan Daebu Island, Korea – Valley Rock Festival
08-04 Katowice, Poland – Off Festival
08-06 Vienna, Austria – Vienna Arena
08-08 Sibenik, Croatia – Terraneo Festival
08-10 Helsinki, Finland – Flow Festival
08-16 Austin, TX – Austin Music Hall
08-17 Grand Prairie, TX – Verizon Theatre
08-19 Denver, CO – Ogden Theatre
08-21 Seattle, WA – WaMu Theater at CenturyLink Events Center
08-23 San Francisco, CA – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
08-25 Los Angeles, CA – FYF Fest
08-30 Laois, Ireland – Electric Picnic
09-05 Cologne, Germany – Cologne Live Music Hall
09-07 Berlin, Germany – Berlin Festival
09-08 Munich, Germany – Munich Tonhalle
10-31 Eindhoven, Netherlands – Effenaar
11-03 Lille, France – Aeronef

Comments (12)
  1. Not for nothing, but this hardly looks like a tour; looks more like a festival lineup. I hope they add more shows!

  2. wow, what a massive tour.

  3. I’ll be at the Austin date!

  4. woozefa  |   Posted on Jun 9th, 2013 +1

    maybe in another 21 years they’ll add more than six US dates.

  5. Does anyone know when tickets actually go on sale?

  6. Just ignore Canada, jesus….

    • What about the entire east coast what about the upper midwest which I could feasibly roadtrip to Kevin Shields why do you have to play with my emotions like this!?

      • Honestly not trying to sound like a New York-centric asshole, but how does a band this big do a US tour and not play a show in New York City??

  7. Some of us don’t live on the West Coast.

  8. Why is the press even calling this a U.S. “Tour”?? These are just a couple US dates. That’s all. Now there’s an internet firestorm over “why no east coast dates,” etc. It’s My Bloody Valentine, and I’m not at all surprised they’re only doing a few shows. But seriously, a “tour?” Jesus.

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