Leonard Cohen announces North American tour dates

Leonard Cohen has announced a 21-day tour of North America to support Old Ideas, his 11th studio album that was released in January. Speaking to Rolling Stone earlier this year about going back out on tour, Cohen said, "I have two minds. I don't like to do a small tour, so whether I'm going to sign up for for another couple of years...is that really where I want to be? Maybe it is…touring is like taking the first step on a walk to China. It's a serious commitment, so there are a lot of factors to be examined."

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Leonard Cohen has announced a 21-day tour of North America to support Old Ideas, his 11th studio album that was released in January.

Speaking to Rolling Stone earlier this year about going back out on tour, Cohen said, “I have two minds. I don’t like to do a small tour, so whether I’m going to sign up for for another couple of years…is that really where I want to be? Maybe it is…touring is like taking the first step on a walk to China. It’s a serious commitment, so there are a lot of factors to be examined.”

Cohen plays the UK at Hop Farm on September 8. It is his only UK date to far.

Meanwhile, Cohen plays:

October 31, Austin, Texas – Bass Concert Hall
November 3, Denver, Colorado – 1st Bank Center
November 5, Los Angeles, California – Nokia Theatre
November 7, San Jose, California – HP Pavilion
November 9, Seattle, Washington – Key Arena
November 11, Portland, Oregon – Rose Garden
November 12, Vancouver, British Columbia – Rogers Arena
November 16, Calgary, Alberta – Scotiabank Saddledome
November 18, Edmonton, Alberta – Rexall Place
November 20, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – Credit Union Centre
November 23, Chicago, Illinois – Akoo Theatre
November 26, Detroit, Michigan – Fox Theatre
November 28, Montreal, Quebec – Bell Centre
December 2, Quebec City, Quebec – Colisee Pepsi
December 4, Toronto, Ontario – Air Canada Centre
December 7, Ottawa, Ontario – Scotiabank Place
December 11, London, Ontario – John Labatt Centre
December 13, Kingston, Ontario – K-Rock Centre
December 15, Boston, Massachusetts – The Wang Theatre
December 18, New York, New York – Madison Square Garden
December 20, Brooklyn, New York – Barclays Center

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