The Pretenders for first US tour in six years

Live shows kick off from January 29 in New York

The Pretenders have announced their first US tour since 2003, kicking off January 29 in Albany, NY.

The band are hitting the road to support their recently-released ninth album ‘Break Up The Concrete’, which came out via Shangri-La Music in October.

The touring line-up features Chrissie Hynde, Martin Chambers, James Walbourne, Eric Heywood, and Nick Wilkinson.

Advertisement

More dates will be announced soon. The dates announced so far are:

Albany, NY The Palace Theatre (January 29)

New York, NY Roseland Ballroom (30)

Atlantic City, NJ Borgata-Music Box (31)

Washington, DC 9:30 Club (February 2)

Advertisement

Boston, MA Orpheum Theatre (4)

Jim Thorpe, PA Penn’s Peak (5)

Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory (6)

Ledyard, CT Fox Theatre (7)

Ann Arbor, MI Michigan Theater (9)

Cleveland, OH House Of Blues (10)

Indianapolis, IN Murat Theatre (11)

Cincinnati, OH Taft Theatre (13)

Akron, OH Akron Civic Ctr Theatre (14)

Chicago, IL Riviera Theater (15)

Milwaukee, WI Northern Lights Theatre (17, 18)

Minneapolis, MN First Avenue (20)

Kansas City, MO Ameristar Casino (21)

Tulsa, OK Brady Theater (22)

Denver, CO Paramount Theatre (24)

Aspen, CO Belly Up Aspen (25)

Dallas, TX House Of Blues (27)

Houston, TX House Of Blues (28)

Austin, TX Stubbs (March 1)

Phoenix, AZ The Dodge Theater (4)

San Diego, CA House Of Blues (5)

Pala, CA Pala Casino-Cabaret Room (6)

Las Vegas, NV House Of Blues (7)

Anaheim, CA The Grove (8)

Los Angeles, CA The Wiltern (1)

San Francisco, CA The Fillmore (13)

Reno, NV Silver Legacy Casino (14)

–By our New York staff.

Find out more about NME.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Terry Gilliam: “We’re doomed – what is going on with the world?”

The brain behind some of cinema's craziest epics talks climate change, Adolf Hitler, Brexit Britain – and getting his big break with Terry Jones

Courteeners’ Liam Fray: “The band is my life. When it’s not going great, my life’s not going great”

Fray on the road through darkness that led to new album 'More. Again. Forever.'

Savages’s Jehnny Beth tells us how David Bowie and ‘Peaky Blinders’ shaped her wild solo album

"In my core I felt that there was something that I hadn’t done yet – and that was this record"
Advertisement