Billy Corgan Announces 2019 Solo Tour Dates

Billy Corgan

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(TRR) – The Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan has announced a string of U.S. fall tour dates. The brief trek kicks off on November 4 at the Lodge Room Highland Park in Los Angeles, CA and wraps up at the Gramercy Theatre in New York, NY on November 20. The Los Angeles and New York stops will feature three shows due to high demand.

The prolific singer, guitarist, and songwriter will perform material from The Smashing Pumpkins, Zwan, and WPC. Tickets go on sale this Friday, October 4, at 10AM local time HERE.

The Smashing Pumpkins wrapped up a massive summer co-headlining run with Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds on August 31. The tour also featured special guests AFI. Last November, The Smashing Pumpkins released their Rick Rubin-produced tenth studio album SHINY AND OH SO BRIGHT VOL. 1 / LP: NO PAST. NO FUTURE. NO SUN. 

Billy Corgan’s last solo studio effort was 2017’s Ogilala.

November 4 – Los Angeles, CA @ Lodge Room Highland Park
November 5 – Los Angeles, CA @ Lodge Room Highland Park
November 6 – Los Angeles, CA @ Lodge Room Highland Park
November 9 – Nashville, TN @ CMA Theater at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
November 10 – Tulsa, OK @ Cain’s Ballroom
November 12 – Lawrence, KS @ Liberty Hall
November 13 – Springfield, MO @ Gillioz Theatre
November 15 – Covington, KY @ Madison Theater
November 16 – Stroudsburg, PA @ Sherman Theater
November 18 – New York, NY @ The Gramercy Theatre
November 19 – New York, NY @ The Gramercy Theatre
November 20 – New York, NY @ The Gramercy Theatre

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