Interpol Announces Return With New Album, World Tour Dates Interpol Announces Return With New Album, World Tour Dates
The rockers of Interpol have announced their new record, Marauder, set to drop this August, along with additional dates on their 2018 world tour.... Interpol Announces Return With New Album, World Tour Dates

The rockers of Interpol have announced their new record, Marauder, set to drop this August, along with additional dates on their 2018 world tour.

Interpol will head out on the tour next Monday, June 25, where they will kick-things off in Vienna, Austria. After visiting Italy, Croatia, Scotland, Denmark, and England for various music festivals, the group will head to the U.S., starting off in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on August 23. Along the way, they’ll hit cities like New York, Boston, Detroit, Dallas, and Chicago for Riot Fest before ending in Berkley, California on October 6.

Throughout November, they will travel across Europe again, hitting Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, and France. Additionally, Interpol is slated to play at New York City’s Madison Square Garden in February 2019. They will be joined by Sunflower Bean for all U.S. dates and Nilüfer Yanya during the Europe leg. The Kills, Car Seat Headrest, and Snail Mail will also make appearances throughout the trek.

Marauder, the band’s sixth studio album, is set to drop on August 24. So far, the single “The Rover” has been shared from the new LP, which follows their 2014 record, El Pintor. They are best-known for singles “Rest My Chemistry” from 2007’s Our Love To Admire, “Evil” off of the 2004 record Antics, and the hit track “Obstacle One” from 2002’s Turn On The Bright Lights.

Check out the full list of tour dates below and visit Ticket Club to find tickets to an Interpol show this year. 

Interpol World Tour 2018

06-25 — Vienna, Austria @ Arena Wien Open Air
06-26 — Sesta al Reghena, Italy @ Sexto Nplugged
06-27 — Zagreb, Croatia @ INmusic Festival
07-01 — Glasgow, Scotland @ TRNSMT Festival
07-05 — Roskilde, [email protected] Roskilde Festival
07-07 — London, England @ Hyde Park
08-23 — Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
08-24 — Brooklyn, NY @ House of Vans
09–11 — Boston, MA @ Orpheum Theatre
09-12 — Montreal, Quebec @ Olympia Theatre
09-13 — Toronto, Ontario @ Rebel
09-14-16 — Chicago, IL @ Riot Fest
09-16 — Detroit, MI @ Royal Oak Theatre
09-17 — Columbus, OH @ Express Live
09-27 — Dallas, TX @ Bomb Factory
09-28 — Austin, TX @ Bass Concert Hall
09-29 — Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall Lawn
10-01 — Phoenix, [email protected] Van Buren
10-04 — Los Angeles, [email protected] Hollywood Bowl
10-05 — San Diego, [email protected] SDSU Open Air Theater
10-06 — Berkeley, CA @ Greek Theater
11-06— Tokyo, Japan @ Akasaka Blitz
11-14 — London, England @ Royal Albert Hall
11-16 — Manchester, England @ O2 Apollo
11-18 — Dublin, Ireland @ Olympia Theatre
11-23 — Hamburg, Germany @ Mehr! Theater
11-24 — Copenhagen, Denmark @ TAP1
11-25 — Berlin, Germany @ Tempodrom
11-27 — Utrecht, Netherlands @ Tivoli Vredenburg
11-28 — Brussels, [email protected] Forest National
11-29 — Paris, France @ La Salle Pleyel
02-16 — New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden

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