Thom Yorke announces live electronic tour dates

New North American dates confirmed as Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes

Thom Yorke has confirmed a new series of live electronic performances to take place this fall in North America with Nigel Godrich and Tarik Barri, aka Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes.

The new shows will feature Thom Yorke along with Godrich and visual artist Barri performing songs spanning Yorke’s solo works The Eraser and Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes, Atoms For Peace’s Amok, as well as new and unreleased material.

Following the September 2014 release of Yorke’s Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes album, he, Godrich and Barri embarked on their first tour, covering the UK, Europe and Japan throughout 2015. Following Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes’ December 2017 reissue on XL Recordings, the trio made its U.S. debut headlining theaters in Los Angeles and Oakland and appearing at the Day For Night Festival in Houston. More recently, the trio played a series of U.S. dates November 23rd through December 22, 2018.

Prior to the North American tour, Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes will embark on a run of dates throughout Europe and Asia, beginning July 2nd in Cologne, Germany and concluding July 28th in Seoul, South Korea.

Tickets for the North American dates go on general sale starting June 21st.

Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes North American Tour 2019:

9/26 – Laval, Quebec – Place Bell
9/27 – Toronto – Scotiabank Arena
9/29 – Pittsburgh – Stage AE
9/30 – Columbus – Express Live!
10/4 – Austin – Austin City Limits Music Festival – Zilker Park
10/6 – Atlanta – Fox Theatre
10/9 – New Orleans – Mahalia Jackson Theatre for the Performing Arts
10/11 – Austin – Austin City Limits Music Festival – Zilker Park
10/18 – Berkeley – Greek Theatre
10/20 – Seattle – Paramount Theatre
10/21 – Vancouver – Orpheum
10/22 – Portland – The Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
10/25 – Santa Barbara – Santa Barbara Bowl
10/26 – Las Vegas – The Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan
10/29 – Los Angeles – Greek Theatre

Previously announced Europe and Asia dates:

7/2 – Cologne, Germany – Palladium
7/3 – Frankfurt, Germany – Jahrhunderthalle
7/4 – Montreux, Switzerland – Montreux Jazz Festival
7/6 – Ewijk, Netherlands – Down The Rabbit Hole Festival
7/7 – Paris, France – Philharmonie de Paris, Days Off Festival
7/8 – Paris, France – Philharmonie de Paris, Days Off Festival
7/11 – Bilbao, Spain – BBK Live Festival
7/13 – Lisbon, Portugal – NOS Alive Festival
7/16 – Barolo, Italy – Collisioni Festival
7/17 – Codroipo, Italy – Villa Manin
7/18 – Ferrara, Italy – Piazza Castello
7/20 – Perugia, Italy – Arena Santa Giuliana, Umbria Jazz Festival
7/21 – Rome, Italy – Roma Summer Fest, Cavea
7/26 – Yuzawa-Cho, Japan – Fuji Rock Festival
7/28 – Seoul, South Korea – Olympic Hall

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