OPETH will be teaming up with PORCUPINE TREE for a co-headlining North American tour beginning in early July. According to PORCUPINE TREE's official web site, "OPETH have recently been touring North America extensively to promote their 2002 album 'Deliverance', but on their tour with [PORCUPINE TREE] they will be focusing on their non-metal material for the first time, in particular songs from the recently issued 'Damnation' album which was produced by [PORCUPINE TREE frontman] Steven Wilson."
Confirmed dates so far are as follows:
Jul. 15 - Toronto, ONT @ TBA
Jul. 16 - Montreal, Spectrum
Jul. 17 - NYC, Irving Plaza
Jul. 19 - Boston, MA @ Berklee Performance Center
Jul. 20 - Philadelphia, PA @ TBA
Jul. 21 - Washington DC @ TBA
Jul. 22 - Detroit, MI @ TBA
Jul. 24 - Cleveland, OH @ Agora
Jul. 25 - Chicago, IL @ Vic Theater
Jul. 26 - Minneapolis, MN @ TBA
Jul. 28 - Boulder, CO @ Fox Theater
Jul. 30 – West Hollywood, CA @ House of Blues
Jul. 31 - San Francisco, CA @ Fillmore
Aug. 03 - Portland, OR @ TBA
Aug. 04 - Seattle, WA @ TBA
(Thanks: Tuomas Toivonen)
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