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Chris Cornell announces solo world tour

(Photo: Jesse Grant/Getty Images)
(Photo: Jesse Grant/Getty Images)

A new Independence Day movie is coming to theaters soon, a Clinton is running for president, and Fuller House is setting the TV world on fire. ‘90s nostalgia is the name of the game these days, and Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell is taking advantage of that by announcing a massive world tour that goes from Iceland to Canada, hitting pretty much everywhere in between (including the United States, even though it’s not really between the two). Also, we’re aware that Chris Cornell has had a consistent career even outside of the ‘90s, but there are only so many ways to introduce tour dates. It was either that or talk about how he recorded a song for a cartoon about bugs.

Chris Cornell 2016 World Tour

March 23—Harpa Eldborg Hall—Reykjavik, Iceland

March 26—Koncerthuset—Copenhagen, Denmark

March 28—Findlania House—Helsinki, Finland

March 30—Konserthuset—Stockholm, Sweden

March 31—Folketeateret—Oslo, Norway

April 2—Laeszhalle—Hamburg, Germany

April 3—Mussikens Hus—Aalborg, Denmark

April 5—Koncerhuset—Copenhagen, Denmark

April 7—Zermatt Unplugged—Zermatt, Switzerland

April 9—Tivoli—Utrecht, Netherlands

April 10—Bourlaschouwburg—Antwerp, Belgium

April 12—Konzerthaus—Vienna, Austria

April 14—Linsinski Hall—Zagreb, Croatia

April 15—Teatro Rossetti—Trieste, Italy

April 18—Auditorium Parco Della Musica—Rome, Italy

April 19—Teatro Degli Arcimboldi—Milan, Italy

April 21—Suite Festival—Barcelona, Spain

April 22—Le Trianon—Paris, France

April 24—Ulster Hall—Belfast, United Kingdom

April 25—Olympia Theatre—Dublin, Ireland

April 27—Bridgewater Hall—Manchester, UK

April 29—Glasgow Royal Concert Hall—Glasgow, UK

April 30—Colston Hall—Bristol, UK

May 2—Birmingham Symphony Hall—Birmingham, UK

May 3—Royal Albert Hall—London, UK

May 6—Mann Auditorium—Tel Aviv, Israel

May 7—Amphitheatre—Caesarea, Israel

May 10—Roman Theatre—Plovidv, Bulgaria

June 16—Ruth Eckerd Hall—Clearwater, FL

June 17—Florida Theatre—Jacksonville, FL

June 19—North Charleston Performing Arts Center—Charleston, SC

June 20—Belk Theater—Charlotte, NC

June 22—Carpenter Theater—Richmond, VA

June 23—Hippodrome—Baltimore, MD

June 25—Capitol Theatre—Port Chester, NY

June 26—Palace Theater—Waterbury, NY

June 28—Hanover Theatre—Worcester, MA

June 29—Bergen Performing Arts Center—Englewood, NJ

July 1—The Palace Theatre—Albany, NY

July 2—Devos Performance Hall—Grand Rapids, MI

July 3—Ravinia Festival—Highland Park, IL

July 5—Overture Hall—Madison, WI

July 6—Louisville Palace—Louisville, KY

July 8—Taft Theatre—Cincinnati, OH

July 9—Murat Theatre—Indianapolis, IN

July 11—Peoria Civic Centre—Peoria, IL

July 12—Adler Theatre—Davenport, IA

July 14—Orpheum Theatre—Sioux City, IA

July 17—Silva Concert Hall—Eugene, OR

July 18—Capitol Theatre—Yakima, WA

July 20—Martin Woldson Theater—Spokane, WA

July 21—Royal Theatre—Victoria, British Columbia

July 23—Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium—Edmonton, Alberta

July 24—Jack Singer Concert Hall—Calgary, Alberta

July 26—Conexus Arts Center—Regina, Saskatchewan

July 27—Centennial Concert Hall—Winnipeg, Manitoba

[via Consequence Of Sound]

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