The Gaslight Anthem ends hiatus and announces UK, European and US tours

The Gaslight Anthem have officially ended their hiatus and announced their first tour dates in four years.

The New Jersey band’s return was teased by recent social media posts from frontman Brian Fallon, who wrote, “I’m very happy to announce to you all that The Gaslight Anthem are returning full time as a band. We are also starting to write new songs for what will be our sixth LP. We look forward to the future and we will see you all again. We want to thank you for staying with us.

Now, the band has unveiled a series of new tour dates, which kick off in Berlin, Germany on August 9.

The Gaslight Anthem will play:

August 9: Berlin Columbiahalle, GERMANY
August 11: Koln Palladium, Germany
August 12: Eschwege Open Flair Festival, GER
August 13: Puttlingen Rocco del Schlacko, GER
August 14: Zenith of Munchen, GER
August 16: Bremen Pier2, GER
August 18: London OVO Wembley Arena, England
August 19: Manchester O2 Apollo, England
August 20: Edinburgh O2 Academy, SCO
August 21: Birmingham O2 Academy, England
August 23: Dublin National Stadium, IRE
August 24: Belfast The Telegraph Building, NI

September 13: Seattle Paramount Theatre, WA
September 14: Portland Roseland Theatre, OR
September 16: San Francisco The Masonic, California
September 17: Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium, California
September 18: Tempe The Marquee Theatre, AZ
September 20: Salt Lake City The Union, UT
September 21: Denver, CO – The Fillmore Auditorium, CO
August 23: Kansas City, MO – Midland Theatre, MO
August 24: Minneapolis The Fillmore Minneapolis, MN
August 26; Chicago Riviera Theatre, IL
September 27: McKees Rocks Roxian Theatre, Pennsylvania
September 30: Niagara Falls The Rapids Theatre, NY

October 02 – Detroit The Fillmore Detroit, MI
October 04: Boston MGM Music Hall in Fenway, MA
October 05: Washington, DC Anthem

A fan presale for the tour begins March 29 at 10:00 a.m. local time (password tga2022), while the public on-sale kicks off March 31 at 10:00 a.m.

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