Garbage To Perform Debut Album In Its Entirety For 20th Anniversary Tour: See The Dates

Carl Williott | June 8, 2015 9:33 am
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Garbage‘s self-titled debut turns 20 on August 15, and to celebrate the landmark and make ’80s babies wonder where their youth went, the band is going on tour to perform the album in full for the first time ever. The 20 Years Queer Tour kicks off October 6 in San Diego and will take Shirley Manson and co. through the US, Canada and Europe, finishing up November 14 in the UK.

Garbage featured the hits “Queer,” “Stupid Girl” and “Only Happy When It Rains,” and a remastered 20th anniversary edition of the album will be released this summer ahead of the tour, featuring remixes and alternate versions.

Tickets for the shows go on sale June 12. Check out the dates and tour announcement below.

Garbage 20 Years Queer tour dates:
October 6 — San Diego, CA (Humphrey’s Concerts By the Bay)
October 7 — Oakland, CA (Fox Theater)
October 8 — Los Angeles, CA (Greek Theatre)
October 10 — Las Vegas, NV (Blvd Pool @ Cosmopolitan Hotel)
October 13 — Houston, TX (Bayou Music Center)
October 14 — Austin, TX (Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater)
October 15 — Dallas, TX (South Side Ballroom)
October 17 — Chicago, IL (The Riviera Theatre)
October 18 — Madison, WI (Orpheum)
October 19 — Royal Oak, MI (Royal Oak Theater)
October 21 — Boston, MA (Orpheum)
October 23 — Westbury, NY (The Space @ Westbury)
October 24 — Brooklyn, NY (Kings Theater)
October 26 — Toronto, ON (Phoenix Concert Theatre)
October 28 — Washington, DC (9:30 Club)
October 29 — Washington, DC (9:30 Club)
October 31 — Cologne, Germany (Palladium)
November 2 — Copenhagen, Denmark (Store Vega)
November 4 — Tillburg, Holland (013)
November 5 — Brussels, Belgium (Forest National)
November 7 — Paris, France (Zenith)
November 8 — London, UK (Brixton Academy)
November 9 — London, UK (Brixton Academy)
November 11 — Moscow, Russia (Crocus City Hall)
November 13 — Manchester, UK (Academy)
November 14 — Edinburgh, UK (Usher Hall)