The Stooges Announce US Gigs

Iggy Pop and co are promoting new LP “The Weirdness”

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The Stooges have announced a set of US dates, in between the first of their numerous festival appearances.

Iggy Pop and co are promoting the release of their first album in 33 years, “The Weirdness,” their first since David Bowie produced “Raw Power.”

The Stooges have also been confirmed to play at renowned music showcase, South By Southwest in Texas, on March 17.

The Stooges have the following headline gigs arranged:

Caprices Festival (March 8), Crans-Montana
SXSW (March 17) Austin, Texas.
Orpheum, Boston (April 7)
United Palace, New York (9)
Fox Theatre, Detroit (13)
Filmore Auditorium, Denver (17)
The Warfield, San Francisco (19)
WaMu Theater at Qwest Filed Events, Seattle (27)
Tromso Open Air Festival, Bukta, Norway (July 21)

“The Weirdness” is released through Virgin records on March 5.

For more information about Iggy and the Stooges – click here for iggypop.com

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