Due to overwhelming demand, alternative/progressive rock band Coheed and Cambria have extended their Neverender Tour after all 15,000 tickets went clean in three hours for eight shows in New York and Los Angeles, October 22-25 and November 5-8, respectively. They are now bringing their Neverender shows to the Riviera Theater in Chicago from October 28-31 as well as to London with dates to be announced later.
Neverender is an event created by the band, who will perform over four nights all four of their concept records in their entirety for the first time — “The Second Stage Turbine Blade,” “In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3,” “From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness,” and “No World For Tomorrow.” Each night’s production will be specifically catered to the record being performed.
Tickets for the Chicago shows go on sale on August 23 through JamUSA.com. A limited amount of 250 VIP tickets will be offered via the band’s ticket site on August 19, and includes tickets for all four nights, early entry to the shows, a VIP laminate, an intimate acoustic performance, an exclusive poster and a meet and greet with the band. These tickets are $124 (all fees included).
Neverender is the culmination of a 14-month world tour in support of the band’s latest record, “No World for Tomorrow.” The record signifies the final chapter of “The Amory Wars,” the brutally tragic sci-fi tale of Coheed and Cambria Kilgannon and their family, a story that wraps all of the band’s concept albums into one, all written by Claudio Sanchez.
“We’re really looking forward to going deep and revisiting not only the songs, but also the story,” Sanchez explained in a statement. “Interestingly enough, us going over all the old material seems to be influencing our writing of the next record, which we’re sort of doing simultaneously. And to me, that seems appropriate since the next story is the prequel to The Amory Wars.”
Coheed and Cambria itinerary:
(Dates subject to change.)
|October 22-25||New York, NY||Terminal 5|
|October 28-31||Chicago, IL||Riviera Theatre|
|November 5-8||Los Angeles, CA||The Avalon|
Last Updated on August 19, 2008 by By Jane Cohen & Bob Grossweiner