Neil Young & Crazy Horse Announce American Tour

Neil Young and Crazy Horse have announced plans for a string of shows in the US and Canada later this year, including an appearance at the Austin City Limits festival in October. They will play two stand-alone shows at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, on August 5-6, before a host of US dates in October and Canadian shows in November. As of yet, no plans for a UK or European tour have been announced.

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Neil Young and Crazy Horse have announced plans for a string of shows in the US and Canada later this year, including an appearance at the Austin City Limits festival in October.

They will play two stand-alone shows at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, on August 5-6, before a host of US dates in October and Canadian shows in November. As of yet, no plans for a UK or European tour have been announced.

Neil Young and Crazy Horse released their brand new album, Americana, on June 4. The record is Young’s first with Crazy Horse since 2003 and the first album with the full Crazy Horse line-up of Billy Talbot, Ralph Molina and Frank Sampedro since 1996’s Broken Arrow.

Neil Young & Crazy Horse will play:

Morrison, CO – Red Rocks (August 5)
Morrison, CO – Red Rocks (6)
San Francisco, CA – Outside Lands (10-12)
Cleveland, OH – Wolstein Center (October 8)
Pittsburgh, PA – Petersen Center (9)
Chicago, IL – United Center (11)
Austin, TX – Austin City Limits (12-14)
Los Angeles, CA – Hollywood Bowl (17)
Dallas, TX – Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie (25)
Seattle, WA – Key Arena (November 10)
Vancouver, British Columbia – Rogers Arena (11)
Calgary, Alberta – Scotiabank Saddledome (13)
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – Credit Union Centre (14)
Winnipeg, Manitoba – MTS Centre (16)
Toronto, Ontario – Air Canada Centre (19)
Boston, MA – TD Garden (26)
New York, NY – Madison Square Garden (27)
Fairfax, VA – Patriot Center (30)
Bridgeport, CT – Webster Bank Arena (December 4)

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