The revival of The Cult’s acclaimed album “Love” will continue this fall as the band plans a second round of North American performances for the 1985 release. The late fall tour leg picks up November 6 at The Fillmore in Detroit, MI, and concludes November 15 at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA.
The one-week Love Live tour extension will hit eight U.S. markets missed on the band’s earlier tour of the nation. Some of the planned engagements include shows on November 9 at the House of Blues in Cleveland, OH; November 11 at The National in Richmond, VA; and November 14 at Hard Rock Live in Orlando, FL.
Public ticket sales have already started for the upcoming tour dates. Sets will include cover-to-cover performances of “Love,” as well as other hits and fan favorites from The Cult’s musical catalogue.
When “Love” was released in October 1985, it hit a peak of No. 86 on the Billboard 200. Since then, it has been considered the band’s seminal release, driven by tracks such as “Brother Wolf, Sister Moon” and “She Sells Sanctuary.”
The Love Live expedition launched with more than 20 summer concerts in the U.S. and Canada. The outing officially kicked off August 19 in San Diego and continued through September 13 in Toronto.
“For fans this will be the greatest tour yet,” band manager Tom Vitorino said in a statement over the summer, “and for those just discovering The Cult, this staging will envelop them in a pure performance experience.”
The Cult itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)
|November 6||Detroit, MI||The Fillmore Detroit|
|November 7||Rochester, NY||Main Street Armory|
|November 9||Cleveland, OH||House of Blues|
|November 10||Montclair, NJ||Wellmont Theatre|
|November 11||Richmond, VA||The National|
|November 13||Raleigh, NC||Lincoln Theatre|
|November 14||Orlando, FL||Hard Rock Live|
|November 15||Atlanta, GA||The Tabernacle|