My Bloody Valentine U.S. Dates

My Bloody Valentine Announce U.S. Tour Dates

My Bloody Valentine
In addition to the All Tomorrow's Parties deal that we reported on previously, My Bloody Valentine have announced plans for a North American tour.

Following their September 19 ATP gig, MBV will begin their U.S. tour on September 22 with a two-night engagement at the Roseland Ballroom. The band will then hit Toronto, Chicago, San Francisco and conclude in Santa Monica, CA for two nights at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium on October 1 and 2.

Their first comeback show is set for June 20 in London, which will be followed by a European tour and dates in Japan before My Bloody Valentine land in the States.

My Bloody Valentine Tour Dates
06/20/08 Fri Roundhouse London, UK

06/21/08 Sat Roundhouse London, UK
06/22/08 Sun Roundhouse London, UK
06/23/08 Mon Roundhouse London, UK
06/24/08 Tue Roundhouse London, UK
06/28/08 Sat Manchester Apollo Manchester, UK
06/29/08 Sun Manchester Apollo Manchester, UK
07/02/08 Wed Glasgow Barrowlands Glasgow, UK
07/03/08 Thu Glasgow Barrowlands Glasgow, UK
07/05/08 Sat Roskilde Festival Roskilde, DEN (w/ Judas Priest)
07/09/08 Wed Le Zenith Paris, FRA
07/18/08 Fri Benicassim Festival Valencia, SPA
07/25/08 Fri Fuji Rock Festival Niigata, JP
08/08/08 Fri Oya Festival Oslo, NOR
09/05/08 Fri Bestival Isle Of Wight, UK
09/19/08 Fri Kutshers Country Club - ATP - Monticello, NY
09/22/08 Mon Roseland Ballroom New York, NY
09/23/08 Tue Roseland Ballroom New York, NY
09/25/08 Thu Ricoh Coliseum Toronto, ON
09/27/08 Sat Aragon Ballroom Chicago, IL
09/30/08 Tue Concourse Exhibition Center San Francisco, CA
10/01/08 Wed Santa Monica Civic Auditorium Santa Monica, CA
10/02/08 Thu Santa Monica Civic Auditorium Santa Monica, CA

[Published on: 5/7/08]

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theman632k4 star Wed 5/7/2008 09:23AM
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uhhhhhhhh yeahh

BRabbit Wed 5/7/2008 09:33AM
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sweeeeet shit see you in chi town

Treetophigh Wed 5/7/2008 09:49AM
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havnt heard a ton of stuff from these guys

but what i have heard is great,

are they known for a good live sound ?

chinacatsunflower1989 star Wed 5/7/2008 11:21AM
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C00lmike Wed 5/7/2008 12:02PM
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Actually this 'lame as emo band' is widely respected world wide. Even Trey called their album 'Loveless' the best album of the 90s. He even pushed for Phish to cover it during one of their Halloween shows.

aquariumdrunk Wed 5/7/2008 12:11PM
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Right on c00lmike!

Had Phish actually covered Loveless, people would be crappin' their cargos over this announcement, instead of ripping into a band they haven't even listened to.

George W. Bush II starstarstarstar Wed 5/7/2008 12:38PM
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George W. Bush II

From my understanding these guys will totally scramble your brain, so if thats your thing go for it. I myself havent exactly gotten them yet but I havent gave up.

briank67 starstarstarstarstar Wed 5/7/2008 12:42PM
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chinacatsunflower1989: that's one of the most ignorant comments i've read on this site. why would you even bother stating that you're only gonna "judge a book by its cover"? thanks for making this place look bad. ...

i just saw the chicago show as the lone show up on ticketbastard. only $38...of course that doesn't include ticketbastard fees. but i bet these tickets sell out in a few hours max. hoping to score one for that chicago show!!

Treetophigh Wed 5/7/2008 01:19PM
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damn $38 w/o fees


desert_drifter Wed 5/7/2008 06:29PM
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loveless flows perfectly from beginning to end. i hope their live sound can match up to their studio genius.

groovatronics starstarstarstar Tue 5/13/2008 10:56PM
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yeah i'm sorry chinacat'89, but this band is considered one of the true innovators of the last 10, 15, 20 years. they virtually invented a genre (dubbed shoegazer) which means you gotta show some kind of props, and paved the way for countless other indie rock bands after making only 2 albums. i mean, that's why i've got atleast some respect for bisco - they were basically the pioneers of the the jam/electronic scene, along with like signal path and tribe.

and yeah, i know they used to have crazy (wierd) live shows, like not even facing the audience for an entire set, like 10 minute long feedback sessions, or the singer just looking down the entire time. (hence "shoegazer) don't know what they'd be doin' nowadays though.

Drum Love starstarstarstarstar Wed 6/11/2008 06:51AM
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Drum Love

Go se these guys if you can!!!!!!