MGMT announce world tour details

Brooklyn duo set to hit the road in support of their upcoming album 'Congratulations'

MGMT have announced details of an extensive world tour in support of their forthcoming album ‘Congratulations’.

The duo’s second LP, which is currently being streamed online after it leaked last month, will be released in the UK on April 12 to coincide with the start of the gig-run.

Beginning with two nights at San Francisco‘s The Filmore on April 12, the jaunt will include a tour of the UK and Ireland in September.


MGMT will play the following dates:

San Francisco, CA The Fillmore (April 12, 13)
Indio, CA Coachella Festival (17)
Toronto, ON The Mod Club (29)
Durham, NH University of New Hampshire (30)
East Rutherford, NJ Bamboozle (May 2)
San Luis Obispo, CA Avila Beach Bowl (28)
Santa Cruz, CA Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium (29)
George, WA Sasquatch Festival (31)
Portland, OR Crystal Ballroom (June 1, 2)
Salt Lake City, UT In the Venue (4)
Austin, TX Stubbs (6)
Houston, TX House of Blues (7)
Dallas, TX House of Blues (8)
Morrison, CO Red Rocks (11)
Kansas City, MO Uptown Theatre (13)
Indianapolis, IN The Vogue (14)
Columbus, OH LC Pavilion (15)
Detroit, MI Fillmore (16)
Chicago, IL Rivera Theatre (18)
Milwaukee, WI Riverside Theatre (20)
Chicago, IL Lollapalooza (August 8)
Dublin Olympia (September 16)
Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom (20)
Birmingham 02 Academy (23)
Bournemouth 02 Academy (24)
Manchester Apollo (26)
London Brixton Academy (29, 30)
Brussels AB Café/Resto (October 3)
Amsterdam Paradiso (4)
Paris Bataclan (7, 8)
Dusseldorf Stahlwerk (November 29)
Hamburg Docks (30)
Oslo Sentrum Scene (December 2)
Stockholm Berns (3)
Copenhagen Vega (4)
Berlin Columbia Halle (6)
Munich Tonhalle (7)
Vienna Gasometer (8)
Prague Archa Theatre (10)
Milan Alcatraz (12)
Zurich Maag Hall (13)
Lyon Le Transbordeur (14)
Barcelona Razzmatazz (16)
Madrid La Riviera (17)
Lisbon Campo Pequeno (18)

See this week’s special 10-cover edition of NME, on UK newsstands now, for a review of MGMT‘s new album ‘Congratulations’.