A Perfect Circle Announce US Tour Dates

artist: A Perfect Circle date: 03/22/2011 category: music news
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A Perfect Circle Announce US Tour Dates
A Perfect Circle will be touring across the US soon, kicking off in May before a more focused tour from the end of June. Fans will be hoping the wealth of dates are to promote a new album, since the group haven't released a fresh LP since their era of self-remixes in "eMOTIVe" in 2004. But according to comments from singer Maynard James Keenan last September, they might never release an album again. "Personally I'm not really into albums anymore," he told Seattle's KISW radio show. "[We] might be more going back to the singles. The days of the singles market makes a lot more sense at this point. We have no label, so neither Billy nor I are really into kicking down hundreds of thousands of dollars to record a record and put it out." Regardless, the band will no doubt present a storming live show at every one of the following dates. 05/22 Rock On The Range - Columbus, OH 06/29 Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall - Portland, OR 06/30 Showare Center - Kent, WA 07/02 Boonstock Festival - Gibbons, AL 07/04 Centennial Concert Hall - Winnipeg, MB 07/06 Roy Wilkins Auditorium - St. Paul, MN 07/08 Fox Theatre - Detroit, MI 07/09 Edgefest - Toronto, ON 07/12 Bank Of America Pavilion - Boston, MA 07/13 Hammerstein Ballroom - New York, NY 07/15 Beacon Theatre - New York, NY 07/16 Penn's Landing (Festival Pier) - Philadelphia, PA 07/17 Constitution Hall - Washington, DC 07/19 Time Warner Cable Uptown Amphitheatre - Charlotte, NC 07/20 The Tabernacle - Atlanta, GA 07/22 Freeman Coliseum - San Antonio, TX 07/23 Verizon Theatre - Grand Prairie, TX 07/25 Comerica Theatre - Phoenix, AZ 07/28 Gibson Amphitheater - Los Angeles, CA 07/29 Memorial Auditorium - Sacramento, CA 07/30 The Greek Theatre - Berkeley, CA 08/02 Red Rocks Amphitheatre - Denver, CO 08/09 Stage AE - Pittsburgh, PA
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