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The Cure Tour In The Works?

The Cure

For the first time in nearly 10 years, The Cure will be back on the road with a full fledged tour in 2016.

The Cure

Check out a current list of concerts at the bottom of this page.

New The Cure Album In the Works?

Most recent release, 2008’s “4:13 Dream,” to be a double album, but was originally intended for The Cure’s by Robert Smith half of the record was shelved due to studio pressure. Last spring, Smith stated he’d still like to release the second half of the record under the title “4:14 Scream.” Nevertheless, fans are still waiting for the band to formally support a release date. The start of the 2016 tour would be a perfect time to release the long-delayed material, but it remains to be seen if the unreleased music will fall in the next year.

Since the release of “4:13 Dream,” the only content The Cure has released was a live record from the 2011 U.K. Bestival music festival. Since that time, The Cure’s concert setlists have stuck to a similar format that focuses on greatest hits, like Like Heaven, The Lovecats and Friday I’m in Love.

Here’s a clip of the group playing with a spot on live variant of “Lovesong” at the 2014 BottleRock Festival in Napa, Calif.

At the time of the first announcement, a few North American dates were only shown by The Cure for the forthcoming tour. More concerts and venues were released on Nov. 10, with more details for added shows set to be revealed at a later date. An up to date list of the most recently confirmed concerts is displayed below:

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May 10-11 – UNO Lakefront Arena | New Orleans, La.
May 13 – Frank Erwin Center | Austin, Texas
May 14 – Toyota Center | Houston, Texas
May 15 – American Airlines Center | Dallas, Texas
May 17 – Don Haskins Center | El Paso, Texas
May 19 – The Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan | Las Vegas, Nev.
May 20 – Sleep Train Amphitheatre | Chula Vista, Calif.
May 22-24 – Hollywood Bowl | Los Angeles, Calif.
May 26 – Shoreline Amphitheatre | Mountain View, Calif.
May 28 – Sunlight Supply Amphitheater | Ridgefield, Wash.
May 27-30 – Sasquatch! Music Festival | Quincy, Wash.
May 31 – Deer Lake Park – Burnaby, B.C.

June 2- CenturyLink Arena | Boise, Idaho
June 3 – Maverik Center | Salt Lake City, Utah
June 5 – Fiddlers Green Amphitheatre | Englewood, Colo.
June 7 – Xcel Energy Center | Minneapolis, Minn.
June 8 – Starlight Theatre | Kansas City, Mo.
June 10-11 – UIC Pavilion | Chicago, Ill.
June 14 – Bell Centre | Montreal, Quebec
June 16 – Agganis Arena | Boston, Mass.
June 18-20 – Madison Square Garden | New York, N.Y.
June 22 – Merriweather Post Pavilion | Columbia, Md.
June 23 – PNC Music Pavilion | Charlotte, N.C.
June 24 – Aarons Amphitheatre Lakewood | Atlanta, Ga.
June 26-27 – Bayfront Park | Miami, Fla.

July 16-17 – Neal S Blaisdell Arena | Honolulu, Hawaii

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