Steve Vai, Adrian Belew, Tony Levin, and Tool‘s drumming maestro Danny Carey recently joined forces to create a new supergroup, set to resurrect the iconic sounds of King Crimson, under the guidance of none other than Robert Fripp himself, and therefore aptly named Beat, dubbed as a creative reinterpretation of the three iconic 1980s King Crimson albums — Discipline, Beat and Three Of A Perfect Pair.

The band announced a comprehensive tour at the same time of the announcement, but it seems the excitement and the ticket sales have been going better than expected because they have now added an extra 21 dates to the original itinerary, making a trek with 65 tops across North America.

Tour producer Angelo “Scrote” Bundini says: “Due to overwhelming demand, Adrian, Steve, Tony, and Danny have decided to extend the BEAT tour with an additional 21 shows in order to perform these incredible King Crimson albums for even more fans. We are adding many additional cities alongside second and even third appearances in various regions. Sixty-five dates in total! The audience has spoken loudly so Beat is responding in kind.”

Check out the updated itinerary below, and get your tickets here.

9/12 San Jose, CA at San Jose Civic
9/13 Napa, CA at Blue Note Napa Summer Sessions at Meritage Resort
9/14 Los Angeles, CA at The United Theater on Broadway
9/15 Anaheim, CA at City National Grove of Anaheim
9/17 San Diego, CA at Humphrey’s Concerts
9/18 Phoenix, AZ at Celebrity Theatre
9/20 Austin, TX The Paramount Theatre
9/21 Houston, TX at Bayou Music Centre
9/22 Dallas, TX at Majestic Theatre
9/24 Atlanta, GA at The Eastern
9/26 Fort Lauderdale, FL at The Parker
9/27 Orlando, FL at Hard Rock Live
9/28 Clearwater, FL at Ruth Eckerd Hall
9/29 Charleston, SC at Charleston Music Hall
10/01 Charlotte, NC at Knight Theater
10/02 Durham, NC Carolina at Theatre of Durham / Fletcher Hall
10/04 Washington, DC at Warner Theatre
10/05 New York, NY at Beacon Theatre
10/06 Glenside, PA at Keswick Theatre
10/08 Richmond, VA at Carpenter Theater in Dominion Energy Center
10/09 Red Bank, NJ at Count Basie Center
10/11 Boston, MA at Shubert Theatre
10/12 Hampton Beach, NH at Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
10/14 Halifax, NS at Rebecca Cohen Auditorium
10/15 Moncton, NB at Casino New Brunswick
10/17 Montreal, QC at Theatre Maisonneuve
10/18 Toronto, ON at Massey Hall
10/19 Rochester, at NY Kodak Center
10/21 Albany, NY at The Egg
10/22 Greensburg, PA at Palace Theatre
10/23 Reading, PA at Santander Performing Arts Center
10/25 Cleveland, OH at Agora Theatre
10/26 Cincinnati, OH at Taft Theatre
10/27 Royal Oak, MI at Royal Oak Music Theatre
10/28 Nashville, TN at Ryman Auditorium
10/30 Indianapolis, IN at Murat Theatre
11/01 Chicago, IL at Copernicus Center
11/02 Milwaukee, WI at Pabst Theatre
11/03 Madison, WI at Orpheum Theater
11/04 Minneapolis, MN at State Theatre
11/06 Denver, CO at Paramount Theatre
11/08 Las Vegas, NV at The Theater at Virgin Hotels
11/10 Los Angeles, CA at The United Theater on Broadway
11/18 Thousand Oaks, CA at B Of A Pac
11/20 San Jose, CA at San Jose Civic
11/21 Reno, NV at Grand Theatre At The Grand Sierra Resort
11/22 Portland, OR at Keller Auditorium
11/23 Eugene, OR at Mcdonald Theatre
11/25 Vancouver, BC at Orpheum Theatre
11/26 Seattle, WA at Moore Theatre
11/30 Hammond, IN at The Venue At Horseshoe
12/02 Buffalo, NY at UB Center For The Arts
12/03 Hartford, CT at Mortensen Hall At The Bushnell Center
12/04 Wilkes-Barre, PA at F.M. Kirby Center
12/06 Lynn, MA at Lynn Auditorium
12/07 Atlantic City, NJ at Tropicana Showroom
12/08 Brooklyn, NJ at Kings Theatre
12/10 Louisville, KY at Brown Theatre
12/11 St Louis, MO at The Factory
12/13 Oklahoma City, OK at The Criterion
12/14 San Antonio, TX at Majestic Theatre
12/16 Albuquerque, NM at Revel
12/17 Tucson, AZ at Fox Tucson Theatre
12/18 Highland, CA at Yaamava’ Theater

Want More Metal? Subscribe To Our Daily Newsletter

Enter your information below to get a daily update with all of our headlines and receive The Orchard Metal newsletter.

Source link