Morrissey Announces US Residencies

Morrissey Announces US Residencies

Morrissey has revealed plans for an extensive US concert tour starting this September.

The iconic indie songsmith will play several nights in Las Vegas, San Francsico, Washington DC and Los Angeles over a six week period between September 21 and November 8.

The newly announced shows include multiple nights at San Fracisco's Fillmore auditorium and ten nights at LA's Palladium.

The US stint comes after the singer was forced to cancel several dates due to illness during his 40 date tour that started in April this year. Morrissey contracted a viral throat infection and was forced to cancel gig that included New York's immense Madison Square Gardens.

Morrissey's most recent album, 'Ringleader of the Tormentors'has been one of the former Smith's founders most successful album of recent years, entering the UK charts at number one in 2006.

Support for all of Morrissey's dates will come from the same alternative singer as played on his US tour earlier this year, Kristeen Young.

Morrissey will play:

Las Vegas, NV - The Pearl (September 21)
San Francisco, CA - Fillmore (23/24/26/27)
Santa Barbara, CA - County Bowl (29)
Los Angeles, CA - Palladium (October 1/2/4/5/6/8/9/11/12/13)
Salt Lake City, UT - Thanksgiving Point (15)
Waukegan, IL - Genesee Theatre (17)
Royal Oak, MI - Royal Oak Music Theatre (19)
Merrillville, IN - Star Plaza (20)
New York, NY - Hammerstein Ballroom (22/23/26/27/28)
Boston, MA - Orpheum (30)
Baltimore, MD - Rams Head Live! (31)
Washington, DC - Constitution Hall (November 2)


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