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ROBERT PLANT & THE BAND OF JOY ANNOUNCE US TOUR FOR EARLY 2011

16 November 2010 4,583 views 7 Comments

Robert Plant and the Band of Joy have announced a 15 date North American tour for January and February 2011. These are the first dates in the US since the 12 date tour in July and the one-off New York show in September.
The dates include a two night stint at the War Memorial Auditorium in Nashville.

The dates are as follows:

January: 18: Thomas Wolfe Auditorium, Asheville, N.C.

January: 19: Peterson Events Centre (University of Pittsburgh), Pittsburgh, Pa.

January: 21: Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Mich.

January: 22: Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, Ont.

January: 25: House of Blues, Boston, Mass.

January: 26: Tower Theatre, Upper Darby, Pa.

January: 28: MGM Grand Theatre at Foxwoods Resort Casino, Mashantucket, Conn.

January: 29: Beacon Theatre, New York, N.Y.

February: 1: D.A.R. Constitution Hall, Washington, D.C.

February: 2: Memorial Auditorium, Raleigh, N.C.

February: 4: North Charleston Performing Arts Centre, North Charleston, S.C.

February: 5: Fox Theatre, Atlanta, Ga.

February: 7: Ovens Auditorium, Charlotte, N.C.

February: 8: War Memorial Auditorium, Nashville, Tenn.

February: 9: War Memorial Auditorium, Nashville, Tenn.

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7 Comments »

  • frank bianco said:

    I hope they come back to the sun of Clearwater, Fl at Ruth Eckerd Hall where I just saw Jason Bonham play. Would love to see them again now that the record is out and the songs so familiar–and outstanding.

  • Linda Adams said:

    Aaaaargh!! WHEN will they hit the WEST COAST?

  • Ed-Washington DC said:

    Constitution Hall is one of DC’s most prestigious venues, and certainly among her most ornate, beautifully appointed and acoustically sound. And being adjacent to the White House complex, its quite historic.

    I was there to see Van Morrison at his DC appearances in the summer of 2009, and the sound was pristine. Robert Plant should have himself a memorable outing.

  • Freda said:

    We can only hope that they will come to Europe next year. On the continent they played only Stockholm, Oslo, Basel and Paris. That’s far too little!!!

  • Billy McCue said:

    Believe this will be Percy’s first appearance at the Beacon Theater in NYC as a headliner. He sang at the Arthur Lee tribute there in 2006. Anyway, should be a good venue for the Golden God and BoJ. Classic old theater that got a full renovation not too long ago. Hopefully the Zep faithful who insist on shouting out “Bonzo!” and “Jimmy!” during Robert’s recent trips to NYC will stay home – or stay in the lobby drinking beer while those who came to hear the music can do so w/o the running commentary.

    Love,
    Billy

  • Kathleen Ford said:

    This is so exciting! I’ll be at DAR Constitution Hall on February 1st provided I can beat everyone else out for tickets. So glad Robert et al. are coming back to the U.S. He’s a treasure.

  • Michael Brazee said:

    I am so at the Toronto show. Less than 3 months after seeing Jason Bonham at the same venue. Will be no. 11 for me. I fear I’ll never catch up to Dave Lewis!

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