Following the release on Friday of his sixth album UsMontreal band Arcade Fire have announced a world tour scheduled for later this year.
This will be the Grammy-winning group’s first tour since 2018, and tickets go on sale May 13.
It will kick off in Dublin in August and see them tour Europe and North America, with a final stop in Toronto in December.
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Other Canadian stops include Edmonton and Vancouver.
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Canadian singer-songwriter Feist will join Arcade Fire for all UK and European dates, while Beck is scheduled to support all North American dates.
It’s a big month for the band, which will also perform at saturday night live this weekend, and at the Juno Awards on May 15 in Toronto.
Co-founder Will Butler announced in March that he left the group at the end of last year.
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