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SIMPLE MINDS PLOT RETURN TO U.S.

After former husband and wife Jim Kerr and Chrissie Hynde wrap their joint Grandslam Tour of the U.K. this summer, Simple Minds will hit North America for a 24-date run that starts in the former steel mill city of Bethlehem, Pa.

Touring in support of their BMG release from February, Walk Between Worlds, Simple Minds will perform 10/2 at New York’s Beacon, 10/9 at Ryman Auditorium in Nashville and in L.A. on 10/24 at the Orpheum. A Spotify pre-sale starts Thursday; the general on-sale is Friday.

Their first gigs in support of the album—at Glasgow's Barrowland Ballroom, Albert Hall in Manchester and Roundhouse in London—featured Simple Minds performing the album in full, an interview session and a set of hits. No word yet on what Kerr has in store for their first U.S. tour since 2013 (and first North American tour in two decades) and only their second go-round since 2002.

Simple Minds Tour Dates

9/24 — Sands Theater, Bethlehem, Pa.

9/26 — Count Basie Theater, Red Bank, N.J.

9/28 — Metropolis Theater, Montreal

9/29 — Bud Gardens, London, Ont.

9/30 — Sony Center, Toronto

10/2 — Beacon Theater, New York

10/3 — Orpheum Theater, Boston

10/5 — Tower Theater, Upper Darby, Pa.

10/6 — 930 Club, Washington, D.C.

10/8 — Tabernacle Theater, Atlanta

10/9 — Ryman Auditorium, Nashville

10/11 — Hard Rock, Cleveland

10/13 — The Pabst, Milwaukee

10/14 — The Fillmore, Detroit

10/15 — Chicago Theatre, Chicago

10/18 — Paramount Theater, Denver

10/20 — Grand Sierra, Reno

10/21 — Pearl Theater, Las Vegas

10/22 — Humphrey’s, San Diego

10/24 — Orpheum Theater, Los Angeles

10/25 — Masonic, San Francisco

10/27 — Roseland Theater, Portland

10/28 — Moore Theater, Seattle

10/29 — Orpheum, Vancouver, B.C.

 

 

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