Echo & The Bunnymen have added on four new tour dates in September to extend their American tour.
Echo & The Bunnymen are an English rock group that formed in the late 70’s. The band gained a following with a series of top 20 UK charting albums. The last one before the band split up for the first time (ironically titled Echo & The Bunnymen) was released in 1987. Ian McCulloch left the group to pursue a solo career. Unfortunately a year after McCulloch left, the bands drummer Pete De Freitas passed away in a motorcycle accident. The band reunited in 1997 and since then has gone on to release six studio albums in that time. Their last release meteorite was released in 2014.
Today it has been announced that Echo & The Bunnymen will be making their way stateside. The group will be performing at festivals across the pond before August where they will landing in San Diego, California to begin their American mini-tour. The band will be making eight stops all together with the bulk of them being in California.
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ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN TOUR DATES
22nd May, King George’s Hall – Blackburn
23rd May – Gigantic Indie All Dayer Vol. 2 – Manchester Academy
13th June – BL9 Weekender – Manchester
18th -21st June – Willowman Festival – Thirsk
4th July – Calling Festival – Clapham Common, London
30th Jul- 1st Aug – Mundaka Festival – Península de Santa Katalina
Aug. 6: Humphrey’s Concerts By the Bay, San Diego, CA
Aug. 7: Pacific Amphitheater, Costa Mesa, CA (with Berlin)
Aug. 8: Ace of Spades, Sacramento, CA
Aug. 10: The Catalyst, Santa Cruz, CA
Sept. 13: St. Andrews Hall, Detroit, MI
Sept. 15: Newport Music Hall, Columbus, OH
Sept. 16: House of Blues, Cleveland, OH
Sept. 17: Mr Smalls Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA