The Smashing Pumpkins, foreshadowing today’s announcement in 1992. (Photo: Gie Knaeps/Getty Images)

Hey, you know how Smashing Pumpkins were teasing a big announcement on February 15? Well, here it is: A 36-city North American tour, called the Shiny And Oh So Bright Tour. The tour reunites three-fourths of the original Smashing Pumpkins lineup; missing is original bassist D’Arcy Wretzky, who’s given interviews to several outlets saying that Corgan went back on his initial promise to include her the reunion and cut her out of his tour plans. Considering the press release for the tour reads, “THE SMASHING PUMPKINS FEATURING ORIGINAL MEMBERS BILLY CORGAN, JIMMY CHAMBERLIN, AND JAMES IHA ANNOUNCE FIRST TOUR SINCE 2000,” seems that she was right.

Anyhow, the tour begins in Glendale, Arizona on July 12 and snakes across the U.S. and the Eastern part of Canada, ending in Boise, Idaho, on September 7. A complete list of tour dates, along with a promo video announcing the tour featuring Siamese Dream cover kids Ali Laenger and LySandra Roberts, now all grown up, is below.

Smashing Pumpkins Shiny And Oh So Bright Tour 2018

7/12—Glendale, AZ—Gila River Arena

7/14—Oklahoma City, OK—Chesapeake Energy Arena

7/16—Austin, TX—Frank Erwin Center

7/17—Houston, TX—Toyota Center

7/18—Dallas, TX—American Airlines Center

7/20—Nashville, TN—Bridgestone Arena

7/21—Louisville, KY—KFC Yum! Center

7/22—Atlanta, GA—Infinite Energy Arena

7/24—Miami, FL—American Airlines Arena

7/25—Tampa, FL—Amalie Arena

7/27—Baltimore, MD—Royal Farms Arena

7/28—Philadelphia, PA—Wells Fargo Center

7/29—Uncasville, CT—Mohegan Sun Arena

7/31—Boston, MA—TD Garden

8/1—New York City, NY—Madison Square Garden

8/4—Pittsburgh, PA—PPG Paints Arena

8/5—Detroit, MI—Little Caesars Arena

8/7—Montreal, QC—Centre Bell

8/8—Toronto, ON—Air Canada Centre

8/11—Columbus, OH—Schottenstein Center

8/13—Chicago, IL—United Center

8/16—Kansas City, MO—Sprint Center

8/17—Indianapolis, IN—Bankers Life Fieldhouse

8/19—St. Paul, MN—Xcel Energy Center

8/20—Omaha, NE—CenturyLink Center

8/21—Sioux Falls, SD—Denny Sanford Premier Center

8/24—Seattle, WA—Key Arena

8/25—Portland, OR—Moda Center

8/27—Oakland, CA—Oracle Arena

8/28—Sacramento, CA—Golden 1 Center

8/30—Los Angeles, CA—The Forum

9/1—San Diego, CA—Viejas Arena

9/2—Las Vegas, NV—T-Mobile Arena

9/4—Salt Lake City, UT—Vivint Smart Home Arena

9/5—Denver, CO—Pepsi Center

9/7—Boise, ID—Ford Idaho Center

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