Morrissey and Interpol announce 2019 tour

The two acts will tour the US together later this year

Morrissey and Interpol have announced a joint tour, due to take place later this year.

The two acts will head out on the road together in September, when they will perform at a series of arenas and amphitheatres across the US.

The dates will kick off at Columbia, MD’s Merriweather Post Pavilion on September 5 before continuing on for 13 more dates. The tour will end in San Diego on October 6. Tickets will go on sale at 10am local time on Friday (April 12).


Morrissey and Interpol will play:

September 2019

5 – Columbia, MD, Merriweather Post Pavilion
7 – New York, NY, Forest Hills Stadium
9 – Camden, NJ, BB&T Pavilion
11 – Kettering, OH, Fraze Pavilion
13 – Rochester Hills, MI, Meadow Brook Amphitheatre
14 – Highland Park, IL, Ravinia Amphitheater
18 – Grand Prairie, TX, Verizon Theatre
20 – Austin, TX, Frank Erwin Center
21 – Houston, TX, White Oak Outdoor Lawn
28 – Salt Lake City, UT, SaltAir
30 – Portland, OR, Theatre Of The Clouds

October 2019

3 – San Francisco, CA, Bill Graham Auditorium
5 – Irvine, CA, Five Point Amphitheatre
6 – San Diego, CA, Pechanga Arena

Morrissey is due to release his new album ‘California Son’ next month. The record, which is comprised of covers by artists like Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, and Dionne Warwick, will see the former Smiths frontman collaborating with the likes of Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong and Grizzly Bear’s Ed Droste. 


Meanwhile, Interpol are also set to release their new EP ‘A Fine Mess’ in May. Speaking to NME about the record, frontman Paul Banks said: “It’s a good way to interact with fans these days. In hip-hop, they put out mixtapes between records and it’s a good method. We’re engaged and active right now so it’s good to double down and turn the party up a notch.”

Banks added that the New York band were open to doing a tour to mark the 15th anniversary of their second album ‘Antics’. “I don’t know if there’s any thought about doing that for ‘Antics’, but I’m not categorically opposed,” he said. “I find those kind of shows to just be fun celebrations.”