The Charlatans and Ride team up for North American co-headline tour

The bands will each play one of their classic albums in full

The Charlatans and Ride will be co-headlining a North American tour in early 2023.

The 15-date trek will kick off on January 30 in New York City before making stops throughout the US and Canada, with the bands signing off at Los Angeles’ iconic Wiltern Theatre on February 18. The headliner will change each night of the tour.

Both bands will be playing one of their classic albums in full – The Charlatans will perform 1992’s ‘Between 10th And 11th’ while Ride will run through 1990’s ‘Nowhere’ from start to finish. A press release promises that they will also squeeze their other great hits, fan favourites “and more” into their sets.

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Tickets will go on sale Friday (December 2) at 10am local time – you can buy yours here.

The tour poster for The Charlatans and Ride's upcoming tour
The tour poster for The Charlatans and Ride’s North American 2023 tour. Photo: Press

The Charlatans and Ride will play:

JANUARY
30 – New York, Webster Hall
31 – Brooklyn, Brooklyn Steel

FEBRUARY
2 – Boston, BIG Night Live
3 – Montreal, Corona Theatre
4 – Toronto, History
5 – Detroit, Majestic Theatre
7 – Chicago, The Vic Theatre
8 – Madison, Majestic Theatre
9 – Minneapolis, First Avenue
11 – Denver, Ogden Theatre
13 – Vancouver, Commodore Ballroom
14 – Seattle, The Showbox
15 – Portland, Crystal Ballroom
17 – San Francisco, The Fillmore
18 – Los Angeles, The Wiltern

The Charlatans and Ride previously co-headlined the famed Daytripper concerts in Brighton and Blackpool in 1993.

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The Charlatans’ frontman Tim Burgess released his fifth solo album, ‘Typical Music’ in September. He told NME in a recent interview that the 22-track double album felt like his equivalent of The Beatles‘ ‘White Album’. “I’ve always thought I had a ‘White Album’ in me!… I’ve always wanted to do [a double album]. I thought I could do one on the last one [2020’s ‘I Love The New Sky’], but just run out of time – not songs, I ran out of time. And with this one, I wanted to just give everything that I had, and that was 22 songs,” he explained.

Meanwhile, Ride marked the 30th anniversary of ‘Nowhere’ and its 1992 follow-up ‘Going Blank Again’ with new vinyl reissues and a UK tour.

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