Band are promising to play new and unreleased material during first tour since 2008
The Cure have added an extra date to their upcoming UK tour, due to popular demand.
The band announced details of their first headline tour since 2008 earlier this year. Tickets went on sale this morning (December 11) when a third gig at London’s SSE Wembley Arena was promptly added. The new date takes place on December 3 and tickets are available now.
The other UK gigs take place in Manchester on November 29 and London on December 1-2 as part of a 30-date European tour, which will see the band perform in 17 cities. The band are promising to play new and unreleased material during the gigs.
As well as playing in Manchester and London, The Cure will also perform live in Sweden, Norway, Germany, Poland, Austria, Hungary, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, Holland, France, Spain and Portugal on the tour.
The Cure will play:
Manchester, Arena (November 29)
London, SSE Wembley Arena (December 1-3)
The Cure recently confirmed plans to tour the US. These dates will take place prior to the European gigs.
The Cure begin their tour in New Orleans on May 11. Support on all dates will be The Twilight Sad.