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10 Amazing Train Tours in the U.S.
Looking to see some incredible sights from the comfort of a train? These tours include both short and long journeys that you can work into vacations to incredible destinations in the USA. Some of these routes may even be available as a part of railroad vacation packages that include excursions and more.
Durango and Silverton Narrow-Gauge Railway
The name of this railroad indicates a special feature that sets it apart from most other train rides: The tracks are placed closer together in a narrow gauge. That means this silver-train-turned-tourist-attraction hugs closer to the rock face of the mountains it winds through, taking riders around sharp turns through the Colorado Rockies.
Connecting major Northwestern cities like Eugene and Portland, Oregon, and Seattle and Bellingham, Washington, this Amtrak ride allows you to combine scenic beauty with big-city tourism. Whether it’s Oregon forests or the spectacular of Washington’s Puget Sound, you’ll get to see a lot of natural exquisiteness on this ride.
White Pass and Yukon Route
This historic Alaskan railway offers a few different excursion options, all of which take you from the town of Skagway into the heart of wild northern beauty. No matter which route you choose, you’ll see unspoiled Alaskan beauty at its warm-weather peak.
Amtrak Sunset Limited
If you want to be able to enjoy the great beauty of the American Southwest without having to do the driving yourself, Amtrak’s Sunset Limited route may be the perfect choice. It runs from New Orleans to Los Angeles, giving riders the opportunity to glimpse some incredible sunsets over rugged terrain as the train wends its way west.
Grand Canyon Railway
Riding the Grand Canyon Railway will allow you to follow in the footsteps of travelers from more than 100 years ago, for whom this train line was one of the only ways to access the scenic beauty of the canyon. The train includes sleeper cars and other amenities that can help make your adventure more of an experience.
Cass Scenic Railway
Departing from Cass, West Virginia, in the months of May through October, this passenger rail train takes riders through an old coal country route. If you want to experience the unspoiled beauty of Appalachian forests, especially in autumn when the colors are at their peak, this is a must-do train tour.
Anyone looking to escape the urban rush of New York City and enjoy the beauty of upstate mountains should consider taking the Adirondack route, which stops in Saratoga Springs and Montreal, Canada. You don’t have to go all the way to Montreal to enjoy the beauty of the Hudson River Valley, which offers beautiful natural scenery that changes with the seasons.
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad
This Bryson City, NC, railway offers passengers several ways to explore the Smokies. In addition to two separate routes, the railway includes features like narration cars and different train ride themes that can help you get the right kind of experience based on your interests and travel style.
Strasburg Rail Road
Though this railway’s route through Amish country is short, it’s a charming throwback to the Gilded Age. If you want to ride in plush comfort while enjoying the Pennsylvania countryside on a nine-mile steam train ride, the Strasburg Rail Road has everything you need.
Cape Cod Central Railroad
Cape Cod offers natural beauty aplenty, and you’ll get to enjoy both the coast and the wonders of rural Massachusetts, including cranberry bogs, when you take this short journey. This route offers a laid-back way to see different sights across Cape Cod, even in peak tourist season.
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The Ultimate Bucket List: Must-See Destinations on America’s Best Train Tours
Are you a fan of breathtaking landscapes, historic landmarks, and unforgettable adventures? Look no further than the best train tours in the USA. Train travel offers a unique way to explore the country’s diverse beauty while enjoying the comfort and convenience of rail transportation. From coast to coast, these train tours will take you on an incredible journey through some of America’s most iconic destinations. Get ready to cross off items from your bucket list as we dive into the must-see destinations on America’s best train tours.
The East Coast Extravaganza
Hop aboard a train tour along the East Coast and prepare to be amazed by the region’s rich history and stunning landscapes. Begin your journey in Boston, Massachusetts, where you can explore famous landmarks like Fenway Park and the Freedom Trail. As you travel south towards New York City, marvel at the picturesque scenery of Connecticut and Rhode Island.
In New York City, make sure to visit Times Square, Central Park, and the iconic Statue of Liberty. From there, head south towards Philadelphia and Washington D.C., where you can immerse yourself in American history by visiting Independence Hall and the White House.
As your journey continues down the coast, don’t miss out on exploring Charleston’s charming streets in South Carolina or indulging in delicious seafood in Savannah, Georgia. Finally, end your East Coast extravaganza with a visit to sunny Miami Beach in Florida.
The Wild West Adventure
For those seeking rugged mountainscapes, vast deserts, and breathtaking national parks, a train tour through America’s Wild West is a must-do. Start your adventure in Denver, Colorado – known as the gateway to the Rockies – where you can enjoy outdoor activities like hiking or skiing.
From Denver, board a train that takes you through scenic landscapes towards Salt Lake City in Utah. Marvel at the striking beauty of the Great Salt Lake and explore the city’s historic sites. Next, venture into the stunning national parks of Zion, Bryce Canyon, and Arches, where you’ll be awed by towering sandstone cliffs, natural arches, and vibrant sunsets.
Continue your Wild West adventure by visiting the iconic Grand Canyon in Arizona. Take a scenic helicopter ride or hike along the rim for unparalleled views of this natural wonder. Finally, end your journey in Las Vegas, where you can experience the glitz and glamour of the famous Strip.
The Pacific Coast Odyssey
Embark on a train tour along America’s picturesque Pacific Coast and discover a world of stunning landscapes and vibrant cities. Begin your journey in Seattle, Washington – known for its thriving music scene and iconic Space Needle. From there, travel south towards Portland, Oregon, where you can explore its hip neighborhoods and indulge in delicious food trucks.
As you venture further down the coast, make sure to stop in San Francisco to visit landmarks like the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island. Enjoy breathtaking views of rugged cliffs as your train passes through Big Sur on its way to Los Angeles.
In Los Angeles, soak up the sun at Venice Beach or explore Hollywood’s Walk of Fame. Lastly, end your Pacific Coast odyssey with a visit to San Diego’s beautiful beaches and world-class attractions like Balboa Park and SeaWorld.
The Great Lakes Discovery
Discover America’s stunning Great Lakes region on a train tour that combines natural beauty with vibrant cities. Begin your journey in Chicago – known for its impressive architecture and deep-dish pizza – before boarding a train that takes you along Lake Michigan towards Milwaukee.
Explore Milwaukee’s breweries or visit its world-class art museum before continuing your journey towards Detroit – famous for its rich musical history and revitalized downtown area. From there, head north towards Toronto in Canada to experience one of the most multicultural cities in the world.
As your train tour continues, visit Niagara Falls for a truly awe-inspiring experience. Marvel at the power and beauty of these majestic waterfalls before heading south towards Cleveland, Ohio, where you can explore its vibrant arts and culinary scene.
Finally, end your Great Lakes discovery in the charming city of Buffalo, New York. Don’t miss the opportunity to try Buffalo’s famous chicken wings before bidding farewell to this incredible region.
Whether you’re an adventure seeker, history buff, or nature lover, America’s best train tours offer something for everyone. From the East Coast’s rich history to the Wild West’s rugged landscapes, the Pacific Coast’s stunning beauty to the Great Lakes’ charming cities – each journey promises unforgettable experiences and memories that will last a lifetime. So grab your ticket and embark on an incredible adventure through America’s best train tours today.
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The Cure are a band formed in 1976 hailing from Crawley, West Sussex, in the United Kingdom. Fronted by lead singer and songwriter Robert Smith, they came from the post-punk scene of the early 80’s to become one of the biggest and most influential bands in modern rock.
When a band gets to be as truly worshipped as The Cure, it can be an interesting and slightly bizarre thing to look at their early days. A little bit like seeing your favourite actor wondering whether they’re going to go with white or brown bread in a local Tesco. Or an important politician spotted zoning out on public transport, it brings them back down to earth and reminds you that they’re not all-conquering, all-powerful cosmically divine extra-dimension visitors who know the secrets of the universe, but a guy from the Sussex suburbs who formed a band to play at a school concert.
They probably looked ridiculous at their first shows, and not in the awesome way. They probably wrote some godawful songs. Some punters probably watched an early incarnation of The Cure and thought, for good reason, that they were a bunch of no-hopers. Every band has those days and if they haven’t one should be very, very suspicious of them. What makes The Cure so special is that they absolutely had those days, but knowing about them doesn’t take the sheen off them at all. They’re still a vitally important band, influential to thousands of bands the world over and that’s enough to make them legends, before the image and before the imitators.
And it all began with a school concert. In April 1973, five students from Notre Dame Middle School in Crawley formed Obelisk, the first tentative musical project of one Mr Robert Smith, who was the bands pianist. Future Cure cohorts Mick Dempsey and Lol Tolhurst backed him up on guitar and percussion, respectively, but it wasn’t until 1976 that the trio began to take making music more seriously. The band was reshuffled to feature Smith on the guitar, Dempsey on bass and Tolhurst left the now renamed Malice, but it was only to last a year until their lead guitarist left as well.
The remaining members got Tolhurst back as their drummer and renamed themselves again.This time, they would be called Easy Cure. By September 1977, Smith took over lead vocals after several unsuccessful auditions and by the start of 1978, they had dropped the Easy from their name and had recorded their first demo tape. This tape found its way to Polydor Records scout Chris Parry, who was so taken with the band that he signed them to his own label Fiction in September of that very year. In a move that nobody would get away with now, their track “Killing An Arab” was released soon after as their very first single.
It was a move that gained as much acclaim as controversy, to the extent that a re-release of the single had to be packaged with a sticker on the cover denying its supposedly racist connotations. Thankfully, the bands energetic post-punk got more attention, and their hype was considerably heightened with a session on John Peel’s legendary Radio One show. By the following year, their debut album “Three Imaginary Boys”, was released, and as part of its promotion, the band embarked on their first major support tour opening for Siouxsie And The Banshees.
This was to be a major step forward for the band, as Smith was coaxed into playing guitar for The Banshees after their original axe-man left shortly before the tour. The experience of being a Banshee profoundly changed Smith’s attitude towards the music that his band played, and when before he was most influenced by The Buzzcocks and Elvis Costello, afterwards he wanted to match the power that he felt while playing Siouxsie’s music. The result was 1980’s “Seventeen Seconds” and arguably, that was when they became The Cure that we know today.
Since then, they’ve been most known for essentially creating Goth music with the aforementioned record, its follow up “Faith”, and 1982’s bleak masterpiece “Pornography”. However, after those records they released some of the most romantic, beautiful and downright succesful pop of the 1980’s and early 90’s, with albums like “Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me”, “Wish” and “The Top” showing just what Smith could do with a lovelorn lyric and a truly gorgeous melody. It’s their mastery of these two extremes that really show why The Cure are as loved as they are. They exemplify the human condition, and reflect when one is ecstatic and when one is at their lowest with equal skill and sensitivity.
There’s no-one else like them, and it’ll be a while before we see their likes again. See this band as soon as possible.
Reviewing a show of one of your favorite Bands who have the distinction of being in your Top 5 (if not #1) live experiences of all time can be a bit daunting.
It can go a number of ways.
1. Another Great show as hoped.
2. Sub par and a let down.
3. The Band just "mails it in" (which is the worst).
The Cure, who have been around since 1976 (Easy Cure) and haven't toured the States anyway with a new album since 2008 are currently embarking on a substantial North American tour and with no new album I was really only expecting a "Greatest Hits" type show honestly? And given their Longevity and slew of "Hits" from the heyday of MTV I guess I couldn't blame them and I would have been satisfied more than likely?
Ah, but that was not the case in Boston (6-16-16) at Agganis Arena!
The Cure came out full throttle with a high energy level for what would turn out to be a marathon show of 3 hours which included.
Not 1. Not 2. Not even 3. But 4. Yes. 4 Encore Sets!!!
Were the standards there? Of course how can they not be.
"Inbetween Days", "Just Like Heaven", "Lovesong" "Let's Go To Bed", "Boys Don't Cry" etc etc etc
And all played with a kicked up, but not hurried, sense of urgency and excitement!
Mixed in though were surprising live Gems like:
"Burn" (1st The Crow soundtrack), "M", "Kyoto Song" and the surprising "Snakepit"!!
"Fascination Street" which has one the most perfect Bass lines ever IMO was a whirlwind of insanity as Simon Gallup just pushed the Band forward.
And the songs just kept coming one after the other while the crowd basked in Robert Smith's wonderfully childlike sense of wonder and emotion in his lyrics and vocals and understated guitar work.
Most Cure fans (me included) knew every single song played which is typical of The Cure fanbase.
But when they launched into the new "It Can Never Be the Same" with it's rumbling Bass line and heart felt lyrics to Robert Smith's Mother(?) I was amazed at how well it slid into this already fantastic set and really really really hope it gets a proper release soon, if it hasn't already and I have somehow missed it?
Robert Smith is an enigma of a front man. He demands your attention but. I don't believe, has never come to grips with his fans adulations and is still obviously shy individual. And I really don't think it's an act?
Simon Gallup is without doubt the energy of this Band still! He stalks the stage and never stops moving. All the while laying down a very unique Bass foundation that compliments Roberts Jangly sparse guitar style perfectly.
Simon does not get the recognition he deserves as a force on the Bass (along with John Taylor of Duran Duran) and if you play Bass you really should take a close listen to his work with The Cure.
Jason Cooper I think has finally come out from the shadow that was Boris Williams and seems comfortable in pushing his style now more in the drumming Dept. which I believe is another reason for the energy level of the Band live.
Roger O'Donnell is sublime on the keyboards and brings that soaring majestic sound needed for anything done from DISINTEGRATION while jumping right over to the nursery rhyme key tinkling of The Cure's early 80's Synth Pop era easily.
Reeves Gabrels who is the current 2nd guitarist in the ever rotating slot is a masterful musician in his own right (David Bowie folks) and honestly I was surprised at how long He has stayed with the Band? But He steps out very tastefully when required and ads his unique flair to the sound. I will admit to missing Porl Thompson who I just think was/ is the elusive component to the Band. But if you have to have Mr. Gabrels who am I to complain?.
Honestly this review could have been round up with one word: "EPIC"
But that, would be "mailing it in".
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I first saw the Cure in 1982 in this very same venue, the effectionatelg named by U.S. Muso's as the Hammy Odeon.
Tonight some 30 years later I'm back. I feel at home especially as I'm stranding and I'm where I should be.... Down the Front
Our evening starts with And Also The Trees a reformed eighties outfit who previously supported the Cure on their 1984 tour.
The thing about Robert smith is that he is a prolific song writer and the bands back catalogue is immense which results in us experiencing a three hour plus spectacular.
And what a treat. Hits rained down and more randomly than normal. Tracks from The Top album seemed dominate. Just like Heaven, Charlotte sometimes, Hundred Years, The End and of course the gems Primary, play for today and the classic A Forest.
Of course I'd liked more from Seventeen Seconds and Faith but that would have been greedy. There were plenty of folk here tonight who weren't born when these albums were released
With so much to play we were presented with four encores and finally at 11.15 it all ended with Boys Don't Cry.
It meant so much for me to have returned to this awesome venue to see my favourite band.... The place and the band that started me on my gig going journey
Cheers Robert.... Fantastic
The Cure are a special band and should be heard in a special environment, that is why I saw them at Red Rocks in Colorado. It was a cool night and the sun was sitting low in the sky. That famous colorful Colorado sky fell down across the stage.
The fans were are pretty relaxed and were mostly 25 plus in age. Everyone seemed to be poised for a night of great music. You could hear conversations coming from every direction, everyone hoping their favorite songs will be played.
Just as it was getting dark the band took the stage. Everyone stood and applauded Robert Smith as he paced across the stage and made his way to the microphone stand. As the band members struck a few random chords then the band jumped into “Just Like Heaven”. The frenzy only grew as the bad started without pause to play “Friday I’m In Love”. Everyone was having so much fun. The music sounded better then I have ever heard it before.
Robert Smith played an amazing set list of all the hits over the years. The band played all the old songs like “Boys Don’t Cry” and “Pictures of you” with a fresh take and with a new energy. This band has been around a while and still worth seeing live!
The Cure are legends and any band that will give you a 2 1/2 hour show deserves your respect. That being said this "greatest hits" + a few back-catalogue approach is what you'd expect from the Rolling Stones not from what is still an underground act. That in and by itself wouldn't even be that bad but aside from a few songs 39, A Night Like This, 100 Years sounded bland, uninspired and as though they were just going through the motions... Great light show, technical perfection but no soul! I've seen them twice in the 90's and came out of those shows thrilled, energized and inspired. Those were magical shows where the band managed to transform reality and all (the band included, to judge by their faces) came out of it exhausted and amazed, carried off as by some shamanistic ritual to dark and dangerous lands where we learned to overcome our fears and face the world around us with new hope. This wasn't one of those shows. This was Robert Smith giving his audience 30 of his best songs and not once making a spiritual connection with either the music or the crowd...
Obviously being way too young to remember The Cure the first time around (sort of, ish, ahem, etc), this was the first time seeing this bunch of post-punk proto-goths and inevitably they didn't disappoint.
Despite most of the band heading pretty swiftly towards free-bus-pass age, the gig show kicked along at a pace, with young Mr. Smith barely pausing for breath as they band kicked on through a back catalogue spanning 30+ years.
Having spent the past few weeks attempting to brush up on my Cure knowledge (via Spotify) I can gladly add this band to an ever-growing list of "if you thought the studio version was good...", as tracks like Lullaby, Lovecats and Friday all sounded immense performed live.
Main issue of the night was technical; the lack of big screens at Wembley Arena means if you're right at the back, the band are mere specks on the stage up front. The lighting design was beautifully done though, and went some way to compensate for the lack of being able to see Robert Smith gurning earnestly into the microphone.
Two review, first for The Cure. It was a wonderful show! They were willing to perform hits along with other unknown songs and sounded great at doing it. They had a half and half crowd, some diehard fans and some who thought they were bigger fans than they actually were. With it being May in Pac NW the temperature dropped quickly freezing alot of people enough to say they had seen enough. This wasnt The band's fault for lack of inspired fans. They were everything I expected from a goth rock band from the late 70s and 80s. About the venue: I love the venue as well! We have been living in Portland for 5 years but have never made a point to catch a show in the Washington Amphitheater. Wow! We felt like we were home in the south. Nice concert under the stars and the price was a great as well, considering the crappy prices shows in Portland go for. We will be going back to Sunlight Supply in August.
Buon concerto del gruppo, rovinato dalla pessima acustica del Mediolanum Forum.
L'esecuzione è stata quasi impeccabile, l'interazione col pubblico buona (Robert Smith ha persino azzardato un "Grazie mille", unica ed acclamatissima frase che il pubblico ha capito), alcune canzoni elegantemente riarrangiate.
La qualità sonora, inizialmente pessima (purtroppo tale è rimasta per tutta l'esibizione dei Twilight Sad che aprivano il concerto), è migliorata durante l'esibizione grazie al lavoro ingrato dei fonici e al fatto che gradualmente le chitarre elettriche distorte sono state sostituite con le acustiche o con suoni più docili.
Penso che sia l'ultimo concerto che andrò a vedere al Mediolanum Forum, che è vergognosamente inadatto ad ospitare concerti rock dal punto di vista acustico (peccato, perché dal punto di vista logistico non è male). Ridateci l'arena!
What a concert!
We managed to get front row side view, only a few meters from the stage.
I'd seen them in 1985 in Madrid, 2008 in Melbourne and now in Milan. Awesome songs, still as good as always. A massive repertoire to choose from, but they performed most of their hits, plus a new one, It Can Never Be The Same. Robert as grand as always, he really enjoyed the show.
Simon at his best, he inspired me when I was 17 to play bass guitar, his usual moving around the stage with his bass at knee level!
I missed Porl, though, he has always been the colourful note at the right end of the stage!
Roger as sculptural as always in front of the keyboards and Jason performing at his best.
A magnificent show, what can I say.
I hope to see them again in a couple of years!
The Cure - Barcelona, Palau Sant Jordi. November 26th 2016
My 5th Cure concert, and probably the best I've seen. No doubt it was far better than the last one, also in Barcelona in 2008 (without Roger O'Donnell on keys)
The band is great with Reeves Gabrels and Roger. Jason Cooper sounds better than ever on drums and Simon's bass is terrific.
Missed some gems such as Plainsong, Jupiter Crash, Want, Letter to Elise, but setlist was OK, 32 songs, focusing on The Head on the Door (1985) + Disintegration (89) + Kiss Me (87).
1 great unreleased song: It Can Never Be The Same on 1st encore.
Robert's voice was fine, powerful and clean. Athmosphere was good, proactive and the pop songs encouraged fans to sing along.
Looking fw to a new tour and maybe new album?
3 (three) hours of pure pleasure. 31 songs.
They sang as if they were recording the original albuns. Perfect!
Great quality and performance.
Great respect for the fans, as I never saw.
Best was not possible, im glad I went to this concert. Thank you CURE!
In Between Days
Pictures of You
The Hungry Ghost
A Night Like This
Shake Dog Shake
From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea
One Hundred Years
Step Into the Light
Play for Today
Friday I'm in Love
Just Like Heaven
Boys Don't Cry
Hot Hot Hot!!!
Let's Go to Bed
Close to Me
Why Can't I Be You?
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FOLLOWING ON FROM OUR 2022 EUROPEAN CONCERTS, WE ARE EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THE SONGS OF A LOST WORLD TOUR WILL BE HEADING TO NORTH AMERICA IN MAY, JUNE AND JULY, WITH THE TWILIGHT SAD OPENING AT ALL SHOWS
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The Cure unveils 44-date European tour in 2022, but don’t expect U.S. dates before 2023
Once again teasing a new album, The Cure today announced a mammoth 44-date European arena tour for late 2022 that will take Robert Smith and Co. to 19 counties, a trek that will mark the band’s first non-festival tour in six years.
The tour opens Oct. 6 in Latvia and runs for two months, wrapping up Nov. 11 with a show at London’s Wembley Arena. The Twilight Sad will once again open all dates. See the full itinerary below.
Tickets begin going on sale later this week, with full details available on the band’s website .
But fans in North America hoping to see the band next year will have to wait until 2023. Smith took to Twitter today to that shows in the “rest of the world” are still being finalzied. “A lot of them got pushed back — they will be announced in due course — but won’t now happen until spring 2023.”
But he added: “Yes, we will be playing songs from ‘the new album’ in 2022.”
‘ROW’ SHOWS ARE BEING FINALISED – A LOT OF THEM GOT PUSHED BACK – THEY WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN DUE COURSE – BUT WON’T NOW HAPPEN UNTIL SPRING 2023… AND YES, WE WILL BE PLAYING SONGS FROM ‘THE NEW ALBUM’ IN 2022 X #waitingforgodot — ROBERT SMITH (@RobertSmith) December 6, 2021
The band also has confirmed, via its new press photo, that bassist Simon Gallup remains in the lineup, despite his social media announcement in August that he was quitting.
Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2019, The Cure has been working on a new album in recent years, the belated follow-up to 2008’s 4.13 Dream . Smith also has been collaborating of late, singing on new singles from Gorillaz and Chvrches . He also performed live with Gorillaz twice in August.
The 2022 concerts will be the band’s first live performances since before the pandemic, when The Cure followed up its Pasadena Daydream festival in September 2019 with appearances at the Austin City Limits Festival in Austin, Texas, and a one-off stadium concert in Mexico City.
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Oct. 6: Riga Arena, Riga, Latvia Oct. 8: Hartwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland Oct. 10: Avicii Arena, Stockholm, Sweden Oct. 12: Spektrum, Oslo, Norway Oct. 13: Scandinavium, Gothenburg, Sweden Oct. 14: Royal Arena, Copenhagen, Denmark Oct. 16: Barclays Arena, Hamburg, Germany Oct. 17: Quarterback Immobilien Arena, Leipzig, Germany Oct. 18: Mercedes Benz Arena, Berlin, Germany Oct. 20: Tauron Arena, Krakow, Poland Oct. 21: Atlas Arena, Lodz, Poland Oct. 23: Marx Halle, Vienna, Austria Oct. 24: O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic Oct. 26 : Arena, Budapest, Hungary Oct. 27: Arena, Zagreb, Croatia Oct. 29: Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany Oct. 31: Unipol Arena, Bologna, Italy Nov. 1: Mandela Forum, Firenze, Italy Nov. 3: Kioene Arena, Padova, Italy Nov. 4: Forum, Milan, Italy Nov. 6: Arena, Geneva, Switzerland Nov. 7: Halle Tony Garnier, Lyon, France Nov. 8: Sud De France Arena, Montpellier, France Nov. 10: Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, Spain Nov. 11: Wizink Centre, Madrid, Spain Nov. 13: Zenith, Toulouse, France Nov. 14: Arkea Arena, Bordeaux, France Nov. 15: Zenith, Nantes, France Nov. 17: Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany Nov. 18: Zenith, Strasbourg, France Nov. 19: St. Jakobshalle, Basel, Switzerland Nov. 21: Hanns-martin-schleyer-halle, Stuttgart, Germany Nov. 22: Lanxess Arena, Koln, Germany Nov. 23: Sportpaleis, Antwerp, Belgium Nov. 25: Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands Nov. 27: Stade, Lievin, France Nov. 28: Accor Arena, Paris, France Dec. 1: 3Arena, Dublin, Ireland Dec. 2: SSE Arena, Belfast, U.K. Dec. 4: Ovo Hydro, Glasgow , U.K. Dec. 6: First Direct Arena, Leeds, U.K. Dec. 7: Utilita Arena, Birmingham, U.K. Dec. 8: Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, U.K. Dec. 11: Wembley SSE Arena, London, U.K.
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Come to Chicago Robert and gang!!!
Come back to Missouri!!
That’s nice and all but the last time they announced a tour in the process of releasing a new album, it got delayed for another year.
Sorry, Bob. I stopped caring about a new album supposedly coming out over a year ago so I’m not the least bit in a rush to see you next year.
I think it’s a bit different when 44 dates are booked with the intention of performing new material. This isn’t morrissey
Robert please schedule St Paul or Minneapolis, Minnesota! You are so loved!
@Cameron: what exactly do you care about now with regard to The Cure, aside from how important it is to you to let them know you don’t care?
I mean, I understand you’re lashing out, undoubtedly out of frustration, but if you really don’t care about the new album, what is it you want?
He wants free tickets and an apology for the pandemic delaying things! Pathetic!
@Cameron I’m sure Robert will be devastated to hear this news from you. It might be reason enough for him to cancel the tour completely!
PLEASE, NO FESTIVAL DATES!!!!
I see that they won’t be playing in Lisbon Portugal…thia is where we saw them play last time we did in a big arena there. Three enores played.
I see the cure are playing in Madrid
I’m going to assume maybe possibly Cameron might be referring to how back in 07-08ish, 4:13 Dream was repeatedly delayed and was supposed to be a double album, or something along those lines. I mean, I get it. It can try your patience after a while if it keeps being told it’s almost done. And in his defense Robert said it was almost done around the Hall of Fame induction which was 2019, so… yeah it’s been a couple years. But, like DW said, why air it out on here if you don’t care? It’s not going to affect the band any, and it’s just wasting energy.
I hope they play Tramps again.
Come to Boston!!!! ❤️
I know Robert Smith is reading this page, so hey Robert, please do as I say and release nothing but good music and play the venues I want and do it now now now. Thanks, Xavier
True fans never complain just happy!! Just like heaven!! Going to see you in England 12/7 and can’t wait. Saw them in Phoenix and San Diego years ago a day sort and they didn’t disappoint as the concert and music was not repetitive! Love you Rob ♥️
Everybody wants to see you guys come to Beaumont Texas we like the Cure to a small town come with LOVE
Detroit is MISSING the CURE !
What about Lisbon, Portugal??? :'(
Dear God in Heaven!!!! Please make it to the West Coast!!!! Better yet, all the way to Hawaii!!!!!!!
April 21st came and went and still no 30th anniversary remaster and reissue of “Wish”. But today, April 23rd 2022, Record Store Day, we will see tons of garbage nobody asked for (America “History” on colored vinyl, Blondie “Sunday Girl” 45RPM 7”, and another picture vinyl Cure release for viewing only). I’d love to see The Cure live in the US but at this pace, I’ll probably catch them in another 25-30 years when I’ll qualify for a front row seat on my wheelchair and hoping my diapers won’t overflow.
Dear Robert Smith will you please at the least play at the Santa Barbara bowl I live in San Luis obispo County California the central coast of California I would appreciate it you have been my idol since high school and I’m 48 now Robert you are a genius you’re lyrics are so awesome please keep the music flowing you guys are so talented with instruments I’m going to be so depressed when the cure is no longer around I hope I die before that I used to rat my hair like Robert Smith and wear makeup to high school
I can’t imagine what is wrong with so many of these “fans”? I love The Cure, and always will! I was at The Hollywood Bowl, in 2016, and at the Forum, in 1986/87. (Can remember specific date), as well as Dodger Stadium in between. I hope you will come back to LA in 2023. I wish I’d purchased tickets to Pasadena Daydreams festival.
My only note would be that while new music is so important, I ALWAYS want to hear the early music, too!!! It is, in my opinion, some of the best songs ever written & performed. So, as rumors swirl that Robert may not tour much more, I ask that you please come back to LA and play your classics at least one more time. Thank you so much for all the brilliant music & memories The Cure have given me over nearly 40 years.
My favorite band and never saw you guys in concert. My bad, I retify the situation ASAP. Denver would LOVE you guys at Ball Arena. Just sayin’ I know the US sucks right now, but your concert would a bright spot here. We need it.
My favorite band and never saw you guys in concert. My bad, I rectify the situation ASAP. Denver would LOVE you guys at Ball Arena. Just sayin’ I know the US sucks right now, but your concert would a bright spot here. We need it.
Bring The Cure to WASHINGTON DC!
Florida needs The Cure ♥️
Please play in Washington state at the Gorge!
Everyone in the world needs The Cure!! Please come to New Orleans la. Music today sucks!!!! Thanks for all the great music
The pink blanket girls need you guys to come to Maryland/ New York area. We will be wearing a pink blanket on our heads. ♥️♥️!!!!! We Love You!!!!
Saw you guys in Antwerp November 2022. I love in South Carolina but will travel to wherever I need to in US to see the Cure again.
Please come to Nashville!! I’m dying to see y’all in person. I absolutely love your music and think you are the hottest singer around. Robert, Mary is such a lucky woman. I’m sure you both feel you’ve had such an amazing life. Love to all of you, and hope to see you soon. Godspeed and blessings to you.
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The Cure Announce 2023 North American Tour Dates
The outing marks the goth rock icons' first extensive U.S. dates since 2019.
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The Cure announced their first run of North American dates in more than four years on Thursday (March 9). The Robert Smith-led band’s Shows of a Lost World Tour is slated to kick off on May 10 at the Smoothie Center in New Orleans and take the goth rock icons through Houston, Dallas, Phoenix, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver, Chicago, Detroit, Toronto, Montreal and Atlanta before wrapping up at Miami-Dade Arena in Miami, FL on July 1.
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Tickets for all 30 dates will go on sale via Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan program beginning March 15; pre-registration is required and registration will close on March 13 at 10 a.m. PT. In the wake of ticket sale snafus affecting Taylor Swift and Bad Bunny onsales, in a message to fans, the Cure wrote, “we have priced tickets to benefit fans and our efforts to block scalpers and limited inflated resale prices are being supported by our ticketing partners.”
At press time there was no information about new music from the band, though Smith has been promising a follow-up to 2008’s 4:13 Dream for several years .
Check out the dates for The Cure’s Shows of a Lost World 2023 North American Tour below.
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The Cure's tour has been the surprise hit of the year. This is why it captivates.
COLUMBIA, Md. – It's the sleeper hit of the year , packing venues from Los Angeles to New York, allowing fans to channel the inner goth of their youth and dazzling with a career-spanning set list of nearly 30 songs.
Before the kickoff of their tour in May in New Orleans, The Cure hadn't rounded the U.S. since 2016. But last year’s excursion through Europe allowed idiosyncratic frontman Robert Smith, 64, and the band the opportunity to burnish their live production.
Both sleek and melancholy, the two-hour 45-minute show is ticking down to its final concerts, with a July 1 finale in Miami followed by festival spot dates this fall.
At an overflowing Merriweather Post Pavilion on Sunday, the band demonstrated why their following remains fanatical.
The Cure's new music is as solid as its classics
Fans have awaited a new album – "Songs of a Lost World," which pairs with the tour's name, Shows of a Lost World – since Smith unveiled the title in March 2022.
Despite no definitive arrival for The Cure’s first release since 2008’s “4:13 Dream,” the band has included several new tracks in all of its shows.
The main set was bookended with newbies – the Pink Floyd-like opener "Alone" and the devastating "Endsong," a bleak musing on aging ("No hopes, no dreams, no world … I don't belong here anymore") filled with guitar squiggles and crashing cymbals.
But sandwiched between the aching longing of "Lovesong" and the starry backdrop, cerulean lighting and serrated guitar riffs of "At Night" sat a definitive new Cure creation.
Smith turned his back to the adoring audience, swaying while conducting indefatigable drummer Jason Cooper, before unleashing a voice wracked with pain on "And Nothing is Forever."
Smith’s voice enveloped lyrics such as "My world has grown old, but it really doesn't matter if you say we'll be together," suggesting his heart still swells with sadness, if not darkness.
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The Cure's set list taps into deep cuts as well as hits
An early highlight came when Smith faced off with bassist Simon Gallup – the second-longest tenured member in the band – for the chugging intro to "Pictures of You."
The ballad, from The Cure's landmark 1989 album, "Disintegration," showcases all of the hallmarks of their sound – watery guitars, evocative synths and a slow burn into an explosive soundscape that unfolded beautifully on stage.
It was also one of their few hits played before the encores, which were packed with casual-fan favorites including the jubilant "Friday I'm in Love" and equally buoyant "Just Like Heaven" (both always seem at odds with The Cure's frequently gloomy thrust).
Instead, the nucleus of the show spotlighted lesser-heard gems such as "Burn," from the 1994 soundtrack to "The Crow," complemented by crimson lights ricocheting around the stage as Cooper pounded the layered beat; the metronomic groove of "At Night" and hand-clapping of "A Forest," both from the band's second album, 1980's "Seventeen Seconds"; and "From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea," from 1992's "Wish," which was anchored by relentless keyboard plinks from Roger O'Donnell until the song erupted into a thrilling rumble.
Let's also tip the hat to Reeves Gabrels and Perry Bamonte for their dancing surf-guitar licks on "Push," an album track from 1985's "The Head on the Door."
Robert Smith hasn't changed
Smith remains the focal point of The Cure – and how could he not be with his trademark heap of black hair, blur of scarlet lipstick and lacquered eye makeup? His voice, a blend of sad wail and smooth croon, endures as a distinctive, undiminished sound.
But Smith also makes his appreciation for the band's audiences known. On Sunday, as he has throughout the tour, he spent the first several minutes of the show meandering to each section of the stage, quietly greeting fans with his eyes and accepting gifts tossed at him.
His gaze was one of gratitude mixed with disbelief that after all this time, the people still show.
Apparently, the sad prince of goth pop is still the king four decades on.
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The Cure Set First North American Tour in Seven Years
By Daniel Kreps
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The Cure will embark on their first North American tour in seven years this summer as the Rock Hall-inducted band ’s Songs of a Lost World trek have added four additional dates to their previously scheduled slate of 30 shows.
Following their 2022 European jaunt, Robert Smith and company will kick off their 2023 North American dates on May 10 in New Orleans. After circling the U.S. and parts of Canada — including three-night stands at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl and New York’s Madison Square Garden — the leg concludes July 1 in Miami.
The new dates include a stop in Portland as well as additional nights in Montreal, Atlanta, and San Diego. “Please please please don’t buy tickets if you don’t intend [on] going to the show,” the band pleaded on Twitter, hoping their tickets make it into the right hands and don’t end up on secondary markets.
FOUR EXTRA SHOWS ADDED TO OUR ’SHOWS OF A LOST WORLD’ NORTH AMERICAN TOUR – THREE OF THEM ARE ‘EXTRA NIGHTS’ – 21ST MAY SAN DIEGO / 17TH JUNE MONTREAL / 28TH JUNE ATLANTA #ShowsOfALostWorld2023 1/5 pic.twitter.com/BDVMGBnNXB — The Cure (@thecure) April 5, 2023
Fans can sign up for Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan now ahead of the on-sale dates. New dates will be available beginning Friday, April 7 at 10 a.m. local time. The fourth extra show, the Portland stop, will be “an experiment to see whether non-transferable tickets are enough protection,” thus Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan will not be required for those purchases.
Other than the Cure’s 2019 performances at their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, the Austin City Limits Festival , and their own Pasadena Daydream fest , the band last staged a North American tour in 2016.
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The Cure to Tour North America for the First Time in Seven Years
'The Cure have set all ticket prices and, apart from a few Hollywood Bowl charity seats, there will be no ‘platinum’ or ‘dynamically priced’ tickets on this tour.'
By Thania Garcia
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The Cure is hitting the road for a North American trek that includes three dates each at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl and New York’s Madison Square Garden. This will be the first time the band plays any North American shows since its 2019 festival appearances and its first tour in the region since 2016.
Following a slate of 2022 European concerts, the Cure’s “Shows of a Lost World” tour will kick off on May 10 in New Orleans and hit 30 stops across the U.S. and Canada with a closing show on July 1 in Miami. The Cure will be supported by Scottish post-punk band the Twilight Sad at all shows. See the full lineup below.
Tickets will be made available via Ticketmaster Verified Fan Sale, which is open for registration now, on March 15.
Though the band’s last studio album was 2008’s “4:13 Dream,” frontman Robert Smith has regularly teased a new body of work from the band throughout the past few years. Last year, the band reissued 1992’s “Wish,” and Smith most recently remixed Noel Gallagher’s “Pretty Boy” single.
May 10 NEW ORLEANS, LA Smoothie King Center 12 HOUSTON, TX Toyota Center 13 DALLAS, TX Dos Equis Pavilion 14 AUSTIN, TX Moody Center 16 ALBUQUERQUE, NM Isleta Amphitheater 18 PHOENIX, AZ Desert Diamond Arena 20 SAN DIEGO, CA NICU Amphitheatre 23 LOS ANGELES, CA Hollywood Bowl 24 LOS ANGELES, CA Hollywood Bowl 25 LOS ANGELES, CA Hollywood Bowl 27 SAN FRANCISCO, CA Shoreline Amphitheatre
July 01 MIAMI, FL Miami-Dade Arena
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