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Garbage (the band) is going on a world tour

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After taking a short hiatus in the early 2000s, grungy alternative rock band Garbage is back. Strange Little Birds, its second album since the end of that hiatus, is set to come out on June 10, and now Pitchfork is reporting that Garbage has announced a big world tour in support of it. Lead singer Shirley Manson and her pals will kick things off by hopping around a bunch of festivals in Europe, followed by a stop in the band’s home state of Wisconsin for a show at Milwaukee’s Summerfest. Garbage will then mostly stick around the midwest and the eastern half of the United States until August, at which point it’ll wrap up the tour with another couple of festivals in Europe.


You can see the full list of tour dates below.

Garbage tour 2016

May 24—La Cartonnerie—Reims, France

May 26—Rock Im Revier Festival—Dortmund, Germany

May 27—Women Of The World Festival—Frankfurt, Germany

May 28-29—Rockavaria Festival—Munich, Germany

May 30—The Paradiso—Amsterdam, Holland

May 31—Den Atelier—Luxembourg, Luxembourg

June 1—Caribana Festival—Nyon, Switzerland

June 3—Le Radiant—Lyon, France

June 4—Montereau Confluence Festival—Montereau, France

June 5—La Belle Electrique—Grenoble, France

June 7—Center Urbane Kulture Kino Siska—Ljubljana, Slovenia

June 8—Fabrique—Milan, Italy

June 10—NovaRock Festival—Nickelsdorf, Austria

June 13—Troxy—London, England

June 14—Rock City—Nottingham, England

July 6—Summerfest—Milwaukee, WI

July 7—Skyway Theatre—Minneapolis, MN

July 8—SumTur Amphitheater—Omaha, NE

July 10—Uptown Theatre—Kansas City, MO

July 12—The Pageant—St. Louis, MO

July 13—Brady Theater—Tulsa, OK

July 15—Egyptian Room—Indianapolis, IN

July 16—The Fillmore—Detroit, MI

July 17—PromoWest Fest—Columbus, OH

July 19—The Mill & Mine—Knoxville, TN

July 20—Ryman Auditorium—Nashville, TN

July 22—The Tabernacle—Atlanta, GA

July 23—Fillmore Charlotte—Charlotte, NC

July 25—The National—Richmond, VA

July 27—Starland Ballroom—Sayerville, NJ

July 28—House Of Blues—Boston, MA

July 30—The Fillmore—Philadelphia, PA

July 31—Rams Head Live—Baltimore, MD

August 1—Summerstage—New York, NY

August 3—The Lincoln Theater—Washington, DC

August 8—Lokerse Festival—Lokeren, Belgium

August 10-12—A Summer’s Tale—Luhmühlen, Germany