Legendary electronic artist Gary Numan is returning to North America this fall for a run of tour dates, as reported by Brooklyn Vegan. Numan will be touring in support of his acclaimed record Savage (Songs From a Broken World), which came out last year (check out mxdwn’s review here). That record was a concept album centered around the blending of eastern and western cultures in a post-apocalyptic world that has been devastated by climate change.
Numan is known as a powerful live performer, and his latest tour announcement will surely please North American fans who have been waiting to see him perform. With a recording career that spans more than four decades, Gary Numan has become one of the most influential musicians in the world of electronic music, expanding his musical reach from his early new wave sounds into more modern and dark sonic territories. While he initially rose to fame in America with his legendary new wave single “Cars,” Numan has one of the most diverse recording outputs out there.
You can check out the full list of tour dates below.
Gary Numan Tour Dates
9/4/18 Santa Ana, CA. The Observatory
9/5/18 Phoenix, AZ. The Crescent Ballroom
9/7/18 Austin, TX. The Mohawk
9/8/18 San Antonio, TX, Paper Tiger.
9/9/18 Dallas, TX, Canton Hall
9/10/18 Oklahoma City, OK. Tower Theatre
9/11/18 Kansas City, MO. The Truman
9/13/18 St Louis, MO. The Ready Room
9/14/18 Cincinnati, OH, Bogart’s
9/16/18 Columbus, OH, Newport Music Hall
9/17/18 Millvale, PA, Mr. Smalls Theatre
9/18/18 Toronto, ON, Phoenix Concert Hall
9/20/18 Boston, MA. Paradise Rock Club
9/21/18 Washington DC. 9:30 Club
9/22/18 New York, NY. Irving Plaza
9/23/18 Wilmington, DE, The Queen
9/24/18 Cleveland, OH. House Of Blues
9/25/18 Louisville, KY, Headliner’s Music Hall
9/27/18 Omaha, NE. Slowdown
9/28/18 Englewood, CO. Gothic Theatre
9/29/18 Salt Lake City, UT. The Depot
10/1/18 Vancouver, CAN. Vogue Theatre
10/2/18 Seattle, WA. Neptune
10/3/18 Portland, OR. Roseland Theater
10/5/18 San Francisco, CA. Bimbo’s 365 Club
10/6/18 Los Angeles, CA. The Fonda Theatre
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