The Flaming Lips announce “An Evening With” tour dates

If you reside on the west coast, you’re invited to “An Evening With” The Flaming Lips.

The Flaming Lips’ newly introduced 2023 jaunt begins with two exhibits on the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver on February twenty eighth and March 1st. From there, the band hits Stateline and Las Vegas, Nevada earlier than wrapping up with three exhibits throughout California. The tour ends on March ninth with a gig on the Arlington Theatre in Santa Barbara.

According to a press launch, “An Evening With The Flaming Lips” will discover “the choice rock stalwarts mining their catalog for what guarantees to be an epic and unforgettable two-hour set.”

Tickets to The Flaming Lips’ “An Evening With” tour go on sale Friday, December ninth at 10:00 a.m. native time, whereas followers can use code CHEER to entry a pre-sale starting December eighth. Secure your seats through Ticketmaster.

The Flaming Lips simply unveiled Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots: 20th Anniversary Edition, a field set celebrating their 2002 album that options B-sides, demos, remixes, and reside cuts from the period. After their west coast exhibits, they’ll play a handful of gigs in London, Chicago, Atlanta, and D.C. the place they’ll play the album in its entirety. The band can also be slated to play 2023’s Shaky Knees alongside The Killers, Muse, The Lumineers, and extra. See their full 2023 tour itinerary beneath.

The Flaming Lips 2023 Tour Dates:
02/28 — Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom
03/01 — Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom
03/03 — Stateline, NV @ Harrah’s Lake Tahoe
03/04 — Las Vegas, NV @ Brooklyn Bowl
03/06 — Del Mar, CA @ The Sound – Del Mar Fairgrounds
03/07 — Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues
03/09 — Santa Barbara, CA @ Arlington Theatre
04/28 — London, UK @ Eventim Apollo ^
05/05 — Chicago, IL @ The Salt Shed ^
05/05-05/07 — Atlanta, GA @ Shaky Knees Festival ^
05/25 — Washington, DC @ The Anthem ^

^ = Full efficiency of Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots 



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