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Iggy Pop and Josh Homme announce “one-time-only” tour

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After revealing their surprising musical partnership last week for the upcoming album Post Pop Depression, Iggy Pop and Josh Homme have announced that they are officially hitting the road for “a very limited run of one-time-only live performances.” Kicking off just six days after the release of their new record on March 18, the duo—who recently performed together on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert— will begin their string of live dates at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle, Washington and wind their way across most of the major North American markets before taking off for Europe in May. Just like they were in the studio, the live band will be rounded out Queens of the Stone Age guitarist Dean Fertita and Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders.

Pre-sales for all dates begin tomorrow, Thursday, January 28, at 10 AM local time on the Post Pop Depression website with the code “GARDENIA,” and go on sale to the general public Saturday, January 30 at 10 AM local time. A full list of tour dates is below.

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March 28 – Paramount Theatre – Seattle, Washington

March 29 – Keller Auditorium – Portland, Oregon

March 31 – The Masonic – San Francisco, California

April 2 – Ellie Caulkins Opera House – Denver, Colorado

April 4 – Northrop Auditorium – Minneapolis, Minnesota

April 6 – Chicago Theater – Chicago, Illinois

April 7 – Fox Theater – Detroit, Michigan

April 9 – Sony Centre For The Performing Arts – Toronto, Ontario

April 11 – Orpheum Theater – Boston, Massachusetts

April 12 – United Palace Theatre – New York City

April 15 – Academy of Music – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

April 19 – The Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater – Miami Beach, Florida

April 28 – The Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, California

May 4 – Cirkus – Stockholm, Sweden

May 5 – Falconer - Frederiksberg, Denmark

May 7 – Tempodrom – Berlin, Germany

May 8 – Mehr Theater – Hamburg, Germany

May 10 – Heineken Music Hall - Amsterdam-Zuidoost, Netherlands

May 13 – Royal Albert Hall – London, England

May 15 – Le Grand Rex – Paris France

[h/t EW]

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