Duran Duran and CHIC Team Up for North American Tour in 2022

Nile Rodgers and members of Duran Duran onstage in 2016
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Duran Duran are coming to America for their first tour in five years - and they're bringing an old friend with them!

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominees announced a headlining arena tour in support of their latest album, 2021's Future Past, set to kick off in August and continue through September. Eight of the dates will feature support from Nile Rodgers & CHIC - a fantastic reunion with the legendary disco producer whose remix of "The Reflex" became their first U.S. chart-topping single. Rodgers would produce the band's 1986 smash Notorious as well as tracks on the albums Astronaut (2004) and Paper Gods (2015).

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Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, March 25. Members of the band's VIP Community can access pre-sale codes beginning Friday, March 18. The full list of dates is below.

Aug. 19 - Treasure Island Amphitheater, Minneapolis, MN *
Aug. 20 - United Center, Chicago, IL *
Aug. 22 - Budweiser Stage, Toronto, Ontario, Canada *
Aug. 23 - Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD *
Aug. 25 - Madison Square Garden, New York, NY *
Aug. 26 - WonderBus, Columbus, OH
Aug. 30 - Dickies Arena, Fort Worth, TX *
Sept. 1 - Wynn Arena, Las Vegas, NV
Sept. 3 - Wynn Arena, Las Vegas, NV
Sept. 4 - Chase Center, San Francisco, CA *
Sept. 7 - Footprint Center, Phoenix, AZ *
Sept. 9 - Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA
Sept. 10 - Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA
Sept. 11 - Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA

* with Nile Rodgers & CHIC

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