Eagles of Death Metal announce new tour dates

Eagles Of Death Metal (EODM) has announced more North American tour dates, with the band’s next trek to start in late April in Vancouver, BC. The tour will roll east across Canada before swinging south for more than 20 U.S. dates in May, June and July. Tickets for some of the North American dates are on sale now, with those marked with an asterisk on sale this Friday, March 25th (see dates below).

EODM will tour across Europe in August and September, with shows, including several festival appearances, in Poland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, France, U.K., Italy, Greece, Israel, Spain, and Portugal.

Musicians around the world continue to Play It Forward by recording cover versions of EODM’s “I Love You All The Time” for charity, with 100 percent of EODM’s publishing income donated to The Sweet Stuff Foundation.

EODM was formed in 1998 in Palm Desert, California by best friends Jesse Hughes and Joshua Homme. Despite the name, EODM (Eagles Of Death Metal) is not a death metal band. The story goes that a friend was introducing Joshua Homme to the death metal genre, and Homme wondered what a cross between the Eagles and a death metal band would sound like. With that, EODM was born. The band released Peace Love Death Metal in 2004, followed by Death By Sexy in 2006, Heart On in 2008, and Zipper Down in 2015.

Tour Dates:

Apr 26 – PNE Forum – Vancouver, BC [w/ Death From Above 1979]
Apr 28 – Shaw Conference Centre – Edmonton, AB [w/ Death From Above 1979]
Apr 29 – Grey Eagle Event Centre – Calgary, AB [w/ Death From Above 1979]
Apr 30 – O’Brians Event Centre – Saskatoon, SK [w/ Death From Above 1979]
May 01 – Burton Cummings Theatre – Winnipeg, MB [w/ Death From Above 1979]
May 04 – London Music Hall – London, ON [w/ Death From Above 1979]
May 05 – Metropolis – Montreal, QC [w/ Death From Above 1979]
May 06 – Hamilton Convention Centre – Hamilton, ON [w/ Death From Above 1979]
May 07 – The Opera House – Toronto, ON
May 08 – Impérial Bell – Quebec City, QB [w/ Death From Above 1979]
May 10 – Higher Ground – Ballroom – Burlington, VT
May 11 – Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel – Providence, RI
May 13 – Chameleon Club – Lancaster, PA
May 14 – Sweetlife Festival – Columbia, MD
May 15 – Shaky Knees Music Festival – Atlanta, GA
May 17 – One Eyed Jacks – New Orleans, LA *
May 18 – House of Blues – Houston, TX *
May 20 – The Aztec Theatre – San Antonio, TX *
May 21 – Stubb’s Waller Creek Outdoor Amphitheater – Austin, TX *
May 22 – House of Blues – Dallas, TX *
May 24 – The Pageant – Saint Louis, MO *
May 25 – Metro – Chicago, IL *
May 27 – The Vogue Theatre – Indianapolis, IN *
May 28 – Newport Music Hall – Columbus, OH *
May 30 – Mr. Smalls Theatre – Pittsburgh, PA *
Jun 01 – House of Blues – Boston, MA *
Jun 03 – Trocadero Theatre – Philadelphia, PA *
Jun 04 – Warsaw – Brooklyn, NY
Jun 05 – Governors Ball Music Festival – New York, NY
Jul 17 – Sporting Park Stadium – Kansas City, KS [KRBZ Buzz Beach Ball]
Jul 19 – Ogden Theatre – Denver, CO *
Jul 20 – In the Venue – Salt Lake City, UT *
Jul 22 – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino (Pool Stage) – Las Vegas, NV *
Jul 23 – Lost Highway Festival – San Bernardino, CA
Aug 09 – Mega Club – Katowice, Poland
Aug 11 – Amager Bio – Copenhagen, Denmark
Aug 12 – Oya Festival – Oslo, Norway
Aug 15 – Aladin – Bremen, Germany
Aug 16 – Live Music Hall – Cologne, Germany
Aug 18 – Pukkelpop Festival – Hasselt, Belgium
Aug 20 – Highfield Festival – Grossposna, Germany
Aug 21 – Lowlands Festival – Biddinghuizen, Netherlands
Aug 23 – Den Atelier – Luxembourg
Aug 25 – Cabaret Vert Festival – Charleville Meziere, France
Aug 26 – Rock en Seine – Paris, France
Aug 27 – Reading Festival – Reading, UK
Aug 28 – Leeds Festival – Leeds, UK
Aug 30 – Batchkapp – Frankfurt, Germany
Sep 01 – Mojotic Festival – Sestri Levante, Italy
Sep 02 – Rocca Malatestiana – Cesena, Italy
Sep 05 – Hanger 11 – Tel Aviv, Israel
Sep 07 – Piraeus Academy 117 – Athens, Greece
Sep 09 – Sala Apolo – Barcelona, Spain
Sep 10 – Dcode – Madrid, Spain
Sep 11 – Coliseu dos Recreios – Lisbon, Portugal

Author: Buddy Iahn

Buddy Iahn founded The Music Universe when he decided to juxtapose his love of web design and music. As a lifelong drummer, he decided to take a hiatus from playing music to report it. The website began as a fun project in 2013 to one of the top independent news sites.

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