alt-J will head out on its most extensive North American run ever in early 2022, playing arenas and amphitheaters in 31 cities with Portugal The Man.

The Wasserman Music-repped band's tour starts 2/25 in Pittsburgh, two weeks after the release of its fourth album, The Dream (Canvasback/Infectious Music). AEG Presents is promoting the tour, which concludes 4/17 in Toronto at Coca-Cola Coliseum. Steve Taverner of East City Management manages the band.

Stops include 3/1 at Nashville’s Municipal Auditorium, 3/27 at Staples Center and 4/11 at Madison Square Garden. Sir Chloe opens shows between 2/25 and 3/20; Cherry Glazerr has the opening slot beginning 3/23.

Presales start 9/29; tickets go on sale to the general public 10/1.


2/25: Pittsburgh, Pa., Petersen Events Center
2/26: Washington, D.C., The Anthem
3/1: Nashville, Tenn., Nashville Municipal Auditorium
3/2: Atlanta, State Farm Arena
3/4: Tampa, Fla., Yuengling Center
3/5: Hollywood, Fla., Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood
3/6: Orlando, Fla., Orlando Amphitheater
3/9: Dallas, The Factory in Deep Ellum
3/12: Austin, Texas, Germania Insurance Amphitheater
3/13: Houston, Texas, White Oak Music Hall
3/15: St Louis, Mo., Chaifetz Arena
3/16: Detroit, Masonic Temple Detroit
3/19: Chicago, Credit Union 1 Arena
3/20: Minneapolis, The Armory
3/23: Denver, 1STBANK Center
3/25: San Diego, Pechanga Arena San Diego
3/26: Santa Barbara, Calif., Santa Barbara Bowl
3/27: Los Angeles, STAPLES Center
3/29: Seattle, WAMU Theatre
3/30: Vancouver, B.C., Pacific Coliseum
4/1: San Francisco, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
4/3: Las Vegas, The Theater at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas
4/5: Salt Lake City, UCCU Center
4/7: Kansas City, Mo., Cable Dahmer Arena
4/8: Cincinnati, Ohio, PromoWest Pavilion at Ovation
4/9: Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Center
4/11: New York, Madison Square Garden
4/13: Philadelphia, TD Pavilion at the Mann
4/14: Boston, Agganis Arena
4/15: Montreal, Quebec, Place Bell
4/17: Toronto, Ontario, Coca-Cola Coliseum