Wolf Alice announce 2022 North American ‘Blue Weekend’ tour

The band will also open for Bleachers and Halsey on select dates

Wolf Alice will tour North America this March and April, taking in shows across the US and Canada on a 20-date run.

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The tour, announced yesterday (February 1), is part of the band’s ongoing world tour in support of their third studio album, ‘Blue Weekend’. It marks their second tour of North America in as many years, following their run of dates in late 2021.


Along with their headlining dates, the band will also play two shows in June as a support act. They’ll open for Bleachers at the Red Rocks Ampitheatre in Colorado on Tuesday June 21, and then for Halsey at the Hollywood Bowl the following night. The former is part of Bleachers’ four-month North American tour, while the latter is part of Halsey’s ‘Love And Power’ tour.

Wolf Alice’s 2022 is also composed of rescheduled UK tour dates for this month, which will commence on Valentine’s Day in Glasgow with three nights at the Barrowland Ballroom. A run of postponed European dates, meanwhile, are yet to be rescheduled. The band will perform at Tempelhof Sounds in Berlin before returning to the US in October, where they are scheduled to take part in the When We Were Young festival in Las Vegas.

View the full list of North American tour dates for the band below.

Wolf Alice’s 2022 North American tour dates are:

21 – Atlanta, The Buckhead
22 – Chapel Hill, Cat’s Cradle
24 – Asbury Park, The Stone Pony
25 – Hamden, Space Ballroom
26 – Harrisburg, University XL Live
28 – Montreal, Corona Theatre
29 – Toronto, Opera House
30 – Cleveland, Beachland Ballroom

1 – Pittsburg, Stage AE
2 – Grand Rapids, Elevation
3 – Indianapolis, Deluxe
4 – Madison, Majestic
8 – Des Moines, Wooly’s
11 – Lincoln, Bourbon Theatre
12 – St. Louis, Delmar Hall
14 – Austin, Emo’s
15 – Dallas, Echo Lounge & Music Hall
16 – Houston, House of Blues


20 – Morrison, Red Rocks Ampitheatre (with Bleachers)
22 – Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl (with Halsey)

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