The acclaimed Mexican alternative rock band Zoé will kick off a one-month tour starting on Thursday, November 7th at the Warfield in San Francisco, CA and end on Sunday, November 24th at the Best Buy Theatre in New York City, in support of their sixth album, Prográmaton, to be released worldwide on October 22nd through Universal Music.
First single “10 A.M.,” produced by Phil Vinall (Radiohead, Placebo, Pulp), is currently available for purchase at iTunes in the U.S. and Mexico and can be streamed on VEVO and YouTube. The song became a trending Twitter topic in less than 24 hours, due to their massive online fan following that equates to over four million. Recorded at the Sonic Ranch studio in Tornillo, Texas, Prográmaton is the band’s fifth studio album in more than five years.
Zoé is lead singer and guitarist León Larregui, guitarist Sergio Acosta, bass player Angel Mosqueda, drummer Rodrigo Guardiola and keyboard player Jesús Báez. Their discography has sold more than one million albums and downloads worldwide. Their latest release MTV Unplugged, Música De Fondo, went quadruple-platinum in Mexico and won the Latin Grammy for Best Alternative Music Album and Best Rock Song (“Labios Rotos”). The band has performed at sold-out venues throughout the world and has toured extensively throughout the U.S., dominating the stages of some of the country’s biggest music festivals including Coachella and SXSW.
Below is a full list of current tour dates for Zoé. Pre-sale tickets will be available starting on Thursday, September 19th, at 10 am PT/1 pm ET and full on-sale starts on Friday, September 20th, at 10 am PT/1 pm ET. Tickets will be available through Ticketmaster and goldenvoice.com.
Nov 7 – San Francisco – Warfield Theater
Nov 8 – Los Angeles – Nokia Club
Nov 9 – Pomona – Fox Theatre
Nov 12 – San Diego – Balboa Theater
Nov 13 – Las Vegas – The Joint
Nov 15 – El Paso – SW University Events Center
Nov 16 – Pharr – Pharr Events Center
Nov 17 – San Antonio – Bar Rio
Nov 19 – Houston – House of Blues
Nov 20 – Dallas – House of Blues
Nov 22 – Chicago – Concord Music Hall
Nov 24 – New York – Best Buy Theater