The Cure Plan Extensive European Tour in 2022

The Cure in 2004
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The Cure will embark on a three-month arena tour in Europe at the end of 2022, it was announced today (Dec. 6). It will be their first live dates since 2019.

The goth legends and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees promise a 135-minute performance at all 44 dates, which take place between October and December 2022. A press release also mentions a forthcoming, as-yet untitled album, which will be 67 minutes in length. (The band's last record was 4:13 Dream, released in 2008.) The Twilight Sad will serve as support act on all dates.

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It's the latest in a string of good news for the band, who also confirmed that longtime bassist Simon Gallup, who'd announced his departure in a Facebook post this past summer, will be returning to the fold.

All tickets will go on sale Friday, Dec. 10 at 10 a.m. local time. Check out the full itinerary below.

Oct. 6 – Arena, Riga, Latvia
Oct. 8 – Hartwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland
Oct. 10 – Avicii Arena, Stockholm, Sweden
Oct. 12 – Spektrum, Oslo, Norway
Oct. 13 – Scandinavium, Gothenburg, Sweden
Oct. 14 – Royal Arena, Copenhagen, Denmark
Oct. 16 – Barclaycard Arena, Hamburg, Germany
Oct. 17 – Quarterback Immobilien Arena, Leipzig, Germany
Oct. 18 – Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin, Germany
Oct. 20 – Tauron Arena, Krakow, Poland
Oct. 21 – Atlasa Arena, Lodz, Poland
Oct. 23 – Marx Halle, Vienna, Austria
Oct. 24 – O2 Arena, Prague 9, Czech Republic
Oct. 26 – Arena, Budapest, Hungary
Oct. 27 – Arena, Zagreb, Croatia
Oct. 29 – Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany
Oct. 31 – Unipol Arena, Bologna, Italy
Nov. 1 – Mandela, Florence, Italy
Nov. 3 – Kioene Arena, Padova, Italy
Nov. 4 – Forum, Milan, Italy
Nov. 6 – Arena, Geneva, Switzerland
Nov. 7 – Halle Tony Garnier, Lyon, France
Nov. 8 – Sud de France Arena, Montpellier, France
Nov. 10 – Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, Spain
Nov. 11 – Wizink Center, Madrid, Spain
Nov. 13 – Zenith, Toulouse, France
Nov. 14 – Arkea Arena, Bordeaux, France
Nov. 15 – Zenith, Nantes, France
Nov. 17 – Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany
Nov. 18 – Zenith, Strasbourg, France
Nov. 19 – St. Jakobshalle, Basel, Switzerland
Nov. 21 – Hans-Martin-Schleyer-Halle, Stuttggart, Germany
Nov. 22 – Lanxess Arena, Cologne, Germany
Nov. 23 – Sportpaleis, Antwerp, Belgium
Nov. 25 – Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Nov. 27 – Stade, Lievin, France
Nov. 28 – Accor Arena, Paris, France
Dec. 1 – 3Arena, Dublin, Ireland
Dec. 2 – SSE, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Dec. 4 – Ovo Hydro, Glasgow, Scotland
Dec. 6 – First Direct Arena, Leeds, England
Dec. 7 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham, England
Dec. 8 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, Wales
Dec. 11 – The SSE Arena, Wembley, London, England

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