In wake of an already massive world tour, Hozier (or Andrew Hozier-Byrne) has already revealed plans for a second leg of North American shows.
On Monday afternoon, the world-renowned Irish singer-songwriter announced an additional 10 shows on the highly-anticipated Wasteland, Baby! tour.
The large string of American concerts will include one stop at Vancouver’s Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre on Oct. 18.
Hozier, 28, will promote his sophomore album, Wasteland, Baby! during his extensive trek across the globe.
The long-awaited album served as the follow-up to Hozier’s 2014 self-titled debut. It was released on March 1 via the Rubyworks/Columbia labels.
Wasteland, Baby! topped the Billboard 200 in its second week and is a first for the Take Me to Church singer.
It is the first rock album to claim that title in nearly six months. Paul McCartney’s Egypt Station (2018), last held that spot for one week.
As reported by Billboard, Wasteland, Baby! sold around 89,000 units within the U.S. in its first week — 75,000 of those were reportedly in physical sales.
Many of those sales coincided with ticket sales for Hozier’s North American tour. Those who bought a ticket were eligible to redeem either a physical or digital copy of the album.
The Wasteland, Baby! tour commenced in Buffalo, N.Y., on March 10.
Upon hearing the news, an outpour of fans hopped on Twitter to share their excitement.
Although Hozier finished a short Canadian tour later last year, many of his fans were stricken with sadness after learning he’d only be visiting Vancouver.
Following the conclusion of the Wasteland, Baby! tour, Hozier will perform a five-date residency at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City: Nov. 21, 22, 23, 25 and 26.
Tickets for the upcoming North American tour dates go on sale this Friday (March 15), at 10 a.m. ET. They can be purchased here.
** Vancouver show is bolded **
March 13 – Baltimore, Md. @ Hippodrome Theatre
March 14 – Norfolk, Va. @ Chrysler Hall
March 16 – Raleigh, N.C. @ Raleigh Memorial Auditorium
March 17 – Charlotte, N.C. @ Ovens Auditorium
March 19 – Miami, Fla. @ The Fillmore Miami Beach at The Jackie Gleason Theater
March 20 – Saint Petersburg, Fla. @ Mahaffey Theater
March 21 – Orlando, Fla. @ Walt Disney Theater
March 23 – Atlanta, Ga. @ Coca Cola Roxy Theatre
March 24 – Nashville, Tenn. @ Grand Ole Opry House
March 26 – Memphis, Tenn. @ Orpheum Theatre
March 27 – New Orleans, La. @ The Fillmore New Orleans – Music Hall
March 29 – Dallas, Tex. @ Southside Ballroom
March 30 – Houston, Texas @ Revention Music Center
March 31 – Austin, Texas @ ACL Live at the Moody Theater
April 2 – Oklahoma City, Okla. @ The Criterion
April 3 – Tulsa, Okla. @ Brady Theater
April 5 – Denver, Colo. @ Bellco Theatre
April 6 – Salt Lake City, Utah @ The Union Event Center
April 7 – Las Vegas, Nev. @ The Pearl (Las Vegas)
April 9 – Los Angeles, Calif. @ Hollywood Forever Cemetery
April 10 – Santa Barbara, Calif. @ Arlington Theatre
April 12 – Reno, Nev. @ Grand Sierra Resort & Casino – Grand Theatre
April 13 – Boise, Idaho @ Knitting Factory Concert House
April 14 – Spokane, Wash. @ First Interstate Center for the Arts
May 19 – Gulf Shores, Ala. @ Hangout Festival
May 21 – Jacksonville, Fla. @ Times-Union Center
May 22 – Columbia, S.C. @ Township Auditorium
May 23 – Richmond, Va. @ Altria Theater
May 25 – Boston, Mass. @ Boston Calling
May 26 – Pittsburgh, Pa. @ Benedum Center for the Performing Arts
May 28 – Detroit, Mich. @ The Fillmore
May 30 – Milwaukee, Wis. @ Eagles Ballroom
June 1 – Madison, Wis. @ The Sylvee
June 2 – Minneapolis, Minn. @ State Theatre
June 4 – Kansas City, Mo. @ Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland
June 6 – St. Louis, Mo. @ Stifel Theatre
June 7 – Cincinnati, Ohio @ Taft Theatre
June 8 – Russell Township, Ohio @ LaureLive Music Festival
June 10 – Indianapolis, Ind. @ Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
June 11 – Fort Wayne, Ind. @ Clyde Theatre
June 13 – Louisville, Ky. @ Iroquois Amphitheater
June 15 – Manchester, Tenn. @ Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival
Oct. 17 – Portland, Ore. @ Rose Garden Theater
Oct. 18 – Vancouver, B.C. @ Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre
Oct. 19 – Seattle, Wash. @ WaMu Theater
Oct. 21 – Sacramento, Calif. @ Memorial Auditorium
Oct. 24 – Santa Barbara, Calif. @ Santa Barbara Bowl
Oct. 25 – Los Angeles, Calif. @ Greek Theatre
Oct. 26 – San Diego, Calif. @ Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
Oct. 29 – Phoenix, Ariz. @ Comerica Theatre
Oct. 30 – Albuquerque, N.M. @ Kiva Auditorium
Oct. 31 – El Paso, Texas @ Abraham Chavez Theatre
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