Eagles of Death Metal add more tour dates
Eagles of Death Metal has added another leg of North American dates to its tour.
Eagles of Death Metal has added more dates to its tour.
The 'I Want You So Hard' hitmakers were forced to pull out of their European tour at the last minute last month after Jesse Hughes injured his finger, but it seems they're making up for it by adding another leg of North American dates.
The group - consisting of Dave Catching, Matt McJunkins, Eden Galindo, Jorma Vik and Jesse - will kick off their new batch of shows on May 17 in New Orleans and run into July.
From there, they will head back across to Europe in August for their rescheduled gigs and have promised disappointed fans that their performance will be "stronger" than ever.
Jesse said at the time: "I'm devastated that we cannot continue what has been a life-changing return to Europe, but I need to get repaired so we can continue to play rock music around this beautiful world, including coming back to Europe even stronger in the summer."
The cancellation was the second blow for European fans as the band also postponed their original tour last November following the terrorist attacks in Paris, during which their concert at Le Bataclan theatre was stormed by gunmen.
But, for the meantime, Eagles of Death Metal are set to head Down Under for a week-long trek across Australia.
They'll then set up in Canada - with shows in Vancouver and Toronto - before kicking off the North American leg.
The full list of dates for their tour - excluding Europe as that is yet to be confirmed - are as follows;
April 26 - Vancouver, BC at the PNE Forum
April 28 - Edmonton, AB at the Shaw Conference Centre
April 29 - Calgary, AB at the Grey Eagle Event Centre
April 30 - Saskatoon, SK at the O'Brians Event Centre
May 1 - Winnipeg, MB at the Burton Cummings Theatre
May 4 - London, ON at the London Music Hall
May 5 - Montreal, QC at the Metropolis
May 6 - Hamilton, ON at the Hamilton Convention Centre
May 7 - Toronto, ON at the The Opera House
May 8 - Quebec City, QB at the Impérial Bell
May 10 - Burlington, VT at the Higher Ground
May 11 - Providence, RI at the Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel
May 13 - Lancaster, PA at the Chameleon Club
May 14 - Columbia, MD at the Sweetlife Festival
May 15 - Atlanta, GA at the Shaky Knees Music Festival
May 17 - New Orleans, LA at the One Eyed Jacks
May 18 - Houston, TX at the House of Blues
May 20 - San Antonio, TX at the The Aztec Theatre
May 21 - Austin, TX at the Stubb's Waller Creek Outdoor Amphitheater
May 22 - Dallas, TX at the House of Blues
May 24 - St. Louis, MO at the The Pageant
May 25 - Chicago, IL at the Metro
May 27 - Indianapolis, IN at the The Vogue Theatre
May 28 - Columbus, OH at the Newport Music Hall
May 30 - Pittsburgh, PA at the Mr. Smalls Theatre
June 1 - Boston, MA at the House of Blues
June 3 - Philadelphia, PA at the Trocadero Theatre
June 4 - Brooklyn, NY at the Warsaw
June 5 - New York, NY at the Governors Ball Music Festival
July 17 - Kansas City, KS at the Sporting Park Stadium
July 19 - Denver, CO at the Ogden Theatre
July 20 - Salt Lake City, UT at the In the Venue
July 22 - Las Vegas, NV at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
July 23 - San Bernardino, CA at the Lost Highway Festival