Coheed And Cambria announce 2020 North American Tour

The band will be playing the entirety of their No World For Tomorrow album.

Prolific prog-rockers Coheed And Cambria are to head back on the road, announcing a dual–leg US tour for 2020, entitled the Neverender NWFT tour.

NWFT refers to the band’s fourth record, Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV: Volume II: No World for Tomorrow, released in 2007. The band will be performing the LP in full, as well as some other fan favourites.

Frontman Claudio Sanchez said of the tour: “Neverender is a special chance for us to celebrate the milestones that have made us Coheed And Cambria. And while the title of this chapter may suggest the end, I would like to think this and past Neverenders will help inform how we approach this ritual in the future.”

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The band are known for their blend of a cornucopia of influences, resulting in a unique blend of progressive rock, heavy metal, post-hardcore and punk – all tied together in long-form storytelling that spans impressive track–lengths.

Support will be provided across the tour by progressive math–rock band CHON.

Tickets go on sale Friday 7 February at 10am local time. Find out more over at coheedandcambria.com.

The full list of tour dates for the two North American legs is as follows:

  • 5 May – Austin, Texas, ACL Live at the Moody Theater
  • 6 May – San Antonio, Texas, The Aztec Theatre
  • 8 May – Houston, Texas, Revention Music Center
  • 9 May – Dallas, Texas, Bomb Factory
  • 10 May – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Diamond Ballroom
  • 12 May – Phoenix, Arizona, The Van Buren
  • 13 May – Riverside, California, Riverside Municipal Auditorium
  • 15 May – Los Angeles, California, The Wiltern
  • 16 May – Oakland, California, Fox Theater
  • 17 May – Redding, California, Redding Civic Auditorium
  • 19 May – Seattle, Washington, Showbox SoDo
  • 20 May – Portland, Oregon, Roseland Theater
  • 21 May – Vancouver, British Columbia, The Commodore Ballroom
  • 23 May – Calgary, Alberta, The Palace Theatre
  • 24 May – Spokane, Washington, Knitting Factory Concert House
  • 25 May – Missoula, Montana, The Wilma
  • 27 May – Boise, Idaho, Knitting Factory Concert House
  • 28 May – Salt Lake City, Utah, The Union Event Center
  • 29 May – Denver, Colorado, The Mission Ballroom
  • 31 May – Las Vegas, Nevada, Brooklyn Bowl
  • 30 August – Royal Oak, Michigan, Royal Oak Theatre
  • 1 September – St. Louis, Missouri, The Pageant
  • 2 September – Kansas City, Missouri, Uptown Theater
  • 4 September – Council Bluffs, Iowa, Harrah’s Council Bluffs – Stir Concert Cove
  • 5 September – Saint Paul, Minnesota., Palace Theatre
  • 6 September – Madison, Wisconsin, The Sylvee
  • 8 September – Cleveland, Ohio, Agora Theatre
  • 9 September – Fort Wayne, Indiana, Sweetwater Performance Pavilion
  • 15 September – Washington, D.C., The Anthem
  • 16 September – New York City, The Rooftop at Pier 17
  • 19 September – Worcester, Massachusetts, The Palladium Outdoors*
  • 20 September – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, The Metropolitan Opera House
  • 22 September – Norfolk, Virginia, The Norva
  • 23 September – Asheville, North Carolina, The Orange Peel – Outdoor Stage
  • 25 September – Atlanta, Geogia., Coca–Cola Roxy
  • 26 September – New Orleans, Louisiana., The Fillmore at Harrah’s New Orleans
  • 27 September – Nashville, Tennessee, Marathon Music Works
  • 29 September – Jacksonville, Florida, Florida Theatre
  • 30 September – Orlando, Florida, Hard Rock Live Orlando
  • 2 October – Miami Beach, Florida, Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Center
  • 3 October – Saint Petersburg, Florida, Jannus Live

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