The Cure is back on tour in 2019! The only original member on the band is vocalist Robert Smith. Their tour starts in Africa in March and goes around the world until France.
See the tour dates below:
- 16 MAR 2019 ROCK ON THE LAWNS Johannesburg South Africa
- 21 MAR 2019 ROCK ON THE LAWNS Cape Town South Africa
- 08 JUN 2019 MALAHIDE CASTLE Dublin Ireland
- 14 JUN 2019 NOVA ROCK FESTIVAL Nickelsdorf Austria
- 16 JUN 2019 FIRENZE ROCKS Florence Italy
- 21 JUN 2019 SOUTHSIDE FESTIVAL Neuhausen ob Eck Germany
- 23 JUN 2019 HURRICANE FESTIVAL Scheessel Germany
- 24 JUN 2019 – To – 26 JUN2019 INMUSIC FESTIVAL ZAGREB Croatia
- 28 JUN 2019 ROCK WERCHTER FESTIVAL Werchter Belgium
- 04 JUL 2019 EXIT FESTIVAL Novi Sad Serbia
- 06 JUL 2019 ROSKILDE FESTIVAL Roskilde Denmark
- 11 JUL 2019 NOS ALIVE Lisbon Portugal
- 13 JUL 2019 MAD COOL FESTIVAL Madrid Spain
- 17 JUL 2019 EJEKT FESTIVAL Athens Greece
- 18 JUL 2019 – To – 20 JUL 2019 COLOURS OF OSTRAVA Ostrava Czech Republic
- 22 JUL 2019 ROCK THE CITY FESTIVAL Bucharest Romania
- 26 JUL 2019 – To – 28 JUL 2019 FUJI ROCK FESTIVAL Fuji Japan
- 03 AUG 2019 AFISHA PICNIC Moscow Russia
- 07 AUG 2019 OYA FESTIVAL Oslo Norway
- 08 AUG 2019 – To – 10 AUG2019 WAY OUT WEST Gothenburg Sweden
- 09 AUG 2019 – To -11 AUG 2019 FLOW FESTIVAL Helsinki Finland
- 16 AUG 2019 BELLAHOUSTON PARK Glasgow United Kingdom
- 23 AUG 2019 ROCK EN SEINE Paris France
The Cure are an English rock band formed in Crawley in 1976. The band has experienced several line-up changes, with vocalist, guitarist, and principal songwriter Robert Smith being the only constant member. The Cure first began releasing music in the late 1970s with their debut album Three Imaginary Boys (1979); this, along with several early singles, placed the band as part of the post-punk and new wave movements that had sprung up in the wake of the punk rock revolution in the United Kingdom.
During the early 1980s, the band’s increasingly dark and tormented music (as well as Smith’s stage look) was a staple of the emerging style of music known as gothic rock.
Following the release of the album Pornography in 1982, the band’s future was uncertain. Smith was keen to move past the gloomy reputation his band had acquired, introducing a greater pop sensibility into the band’s music. Songs such as “Let’s Go to Bed” (1982), “Just Like Heaven” (1987), “Lovesong” (1989), and “Friday I’m in Love” (1992) aided the band in receiving commercial popularity. The band are estimated to have sold roughly 27 million records as of 2004 and have released 13 studio albums, two EPs and over 30 singles to date. The band will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2019.
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