Get Ready Hall and Oates Fans, The Band Is Embarking On An Epic Tour You Don’t Want To Miss!
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Our dreams are coming true!
The dynamic rock n’ roll/pop duo Hall and Oats are back at it again! To every fan’s delight, the duo announced they will be hitting the road this summer for a tour that will span North America!
Joining the hit making duo, will be 80s legends Tears For Fears! The two bands have 30 dates planned, and will hit cities in the United States and Canada. It’ll kick off May 4th in Tulsa, and will conclude July 28th in Los Angeles. Along the way, they will hit US cities like Chicago, San Diego, Queens, Orlando and Boston. Canada cities will include Toronto and Quebec. Daryl Hall expressed his excitement for the tour, and being able to perform with Tears For Fears.
“I am very excited to be touring with Tears for Fears,” Hall said. “Their music has a timeless quality that complements what we do. I think everyone is going to love this show.”– Hall said.
Check out the tour dates down below! Tickets go on sale March 10th, and March 17th for the dates marked with a “*”.
Hall & Oats Tour featuring Tears For Fears
May 04: Tulsa, Oklahoma — BOK Center
May 06: St. Louis, Missouri — Scottrade Center
May 08: Des Moines, Iowa — Wells Fargo Arena
May 11: St. Paul, Minnesota — Xcel Energy Center
May 13: Milwaukee, Wisconson — MO Harris Bradley Center
May 15: Chicago, Illinois — Allstate Arena
May 17: Detroit, Michigan — Joe Louis Arena
May 20: Cleveland, Ohio — Quicken Loans Arena
May 22: Columbus, Ohio — Schottenstein Center
May 24: Nashville, Tennessee — Bridgestone Arena*
June 07: Miami, Florida — AmericanAirlines Arena
June 09: Orlando, Florida — Amway Center
June 11: Duluth, Georgia — Infinite Energy Center*
June 13: Cincinnati, Ohio — U.S. Bank Arena
June 16: Queens, New York — Forest Hills Stadium
June 17: Newark, New Jersey — Prudential Center
June 19: Toronto, Ontario — Air Canada Centre
June 21: Quebec City, Quebec — Videotron Centre
June 24: Boston, Massachusetts — TD Garden
June 26: Washington, D.C. — Verizon Center
July 11: Dallas, Texas — American Airlines Center
July 13: San Antonio, Texas — AT&T Center
July 15: Denver, Colorado — Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre
July 17: Glendale, Arizona — Gila River Arena
July 19: San Diego, California — Valley View Casino Center
July 21: Las Vegas, Nevada — T-Mobile Arena
July 23: Sacramento, California — Golden 1 Center
July 25: San Jose, California — SAP Center
July 28: Los Angeles, California — STAPLES Center*