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Robert Plant announces North American tour dates



On September 9th, Robert Plant returns with his latest solo album, lullaby and… The Ceaseless Roar. In support, the former Led Zeppelin frontman is taking his new band, the Sensational Space Shifters, out on a North American tour. Following previously announced appearances at Glastonbury and Japan’s Summer Sonic, Plant and co. will embark on a seven-show jaunt in late September/early October. From there, they will return to the UK for a series of engagements in mid-November.

As a preview, Plant has shared a live video of the album’s lead single, “Rainbow”. Watch it below (via Rolling Stone), followed by Plant’s full tour schedule.



Robert Plant 2014 Tour Dates:

08/09 – Glastonbury, UK @ Glastonbury Festival
08/16 – Tokyo, JP @ Summer Sonic
08/17 – Osaka, JP @ Summer Sonic
09/08 – London, UK @ London Roundhouse
09/25 – Port Chester, NY @ Capitol Theater
09/27 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Academy of Music
09/28 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Academy of Music
09/30 – Toronto, ON @ Massey Hall
10/02 – Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre
10/04 – Denver, CO @ The Fillmore Auditorium
10/07 – Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Palladium
11/09 – Newport, UK @ Newport Centre
11/10 – Bournemouth, UK @ O2 Academy
11/12 – London, UK @ London Roundhouse
11/14 – Hull, UK @ Hull City Hall
11/15 – Glasgow, UK @ O2 Academy
11/17 – Leeds, UK @ O2 Academy
11/18 – Newcastle, UK @ O2 Academy
11/20 – Cambridge, UK @ Corn Exchange
11/21 – Wolverhampton, UK @ Civic Hall
11/23 – Belfast, UK @ Ulster Hall
11/24 – Dublin, IE @ Olympia
11/26 – Blackpool, UK @ Blackpool Tower
11/27 – Llandudno, UK @ Llandudno Venue Cymru Arena

From: Consequence Of Sound
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