Tame Impala Plots 2019 North American Tour Amid Festival Appearances Tame Impala Plots 2019 North American Tour Amid Festival Appearances
The indie-rock superstar Kevin Parker of Tame Impala, who just headlined Coachella, announced a round of tour dates across North America in support of... Tame Impala Plots 2019 North American Tour Amid Festival Appearances

The indie-rock superstar Kevin Parker of Tame Impala, who just headlined Coachella, announced a round of tour dates across North America in support of a forthcoming record.

In addition to Coachella, he’s set to make appearances at festivals like Atlanta’s Shaky Knees, Boston Calling, Mexico’s Corona Capital, Spain’s Primavera, and Hurricane Festival in Germany. Tame Impala will play in Toronto, Ontario on July 26, followed by appearances at Detroit’s Mo Pop, Minneapolis’ Surly Brewing Festival, and Lollapalooza in Chicago. Additionally, he is slated to play Oya Fest in Oslo, as well as a round of festivals early August throughout Europe.

To round-out the summer, he will head back to the states for a show at New York City’s legendary Madison Square Garden, followed by gigs at Philadelphia’s The Mann center for the Performing Arts before wrapping-up in Washington D.C. at The Anthem.

Ahead of his Coachella performances, Tame Impala dropped two new singles: “Borderline” and “Patience,” debuting the pair on Saturday Night Live. The tracks are Parker’s first batch of releases since 2015’s Currents, best-known for songs “The Less I Know The Better” and “Let It Happen.” He is expected to release new music this year, noting last year that he’d be disappointed if new music wasn’t released by summer 2019.

Check out the full rundown below.

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Tame Impala Tour Dates 2019

May 02: Ascend Amphitheatre – Nashville, TN

May 03: Explore Asheville Arena – Asheville, NC

May 05: Shaky Knees Music Festival – Atlanta, GA

May 06: St. Augustine Amphitheater – St. Augustine, FL

May 07: Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater – Miami Beach, FL

May 11: Corona Capital Festival – Guadalajara, MX

May 25: Boston Calling Festival – Boston, MA

May 31: Primavera Festival – Barcelona, ES

June 01: We Love Green – Paris, FR

June 05: Garden – Gotenberg, SE

June 06: NorthSide – Aarhus, DK

June 08: 02 Arena – London, UK

June 21: Hurricane Festival – Sheebel, DE

June 22: Southside Festival – Neuhausen ob eck, DE

June 24: Empress Ballroom – Blackpool, UK

June 26: 3Arena – Dublin, IRL

June 26: Glastonbury – Pilton, ENG

July 19-21: Splendour In The Grass – Wooyung – AU

July 26: Budweiser Stage – Toronto, Ontario, CA

July 27 & 28: Mo Pop – Detroit, MI

July 30: Surly Brewing Festival Field – Minneapolis, MN

August 01-04: Lollapalooza – Chicago, IL

August 13: Parkbühne Wuhlheide – Berlin, DE

August 08: Oya Fest – Oslo, NO

August 09: Flow Festival – Helsinki, FI

August 14: Pukkelpop – Hasselt, BE

August 15: La Route Du Rock – Rennes, FR

August 16: Lowlands Festival – Walibi Holland, NT

August 21: Madison Square Garden – New York, NY

August 23: The Mann Center for the Performing Arts – Philadelphia, PA

August 24: The Anthem – Washington D.C.

 

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