During Vampire Weekend tour 2021

During Vampire Weekend’s first-ever concert at New York’s Madison Square Garden – a gig that was live-streamed on Live Nation’s Twitter – the band announced a slate of 2020 tour dates in support of their latest album Father of the Bride.

The new 19-date leg opens May 29th, 2020 in Westbrook, Maine and keeps Ezra Koenig and company out on the road through October 7th in Birmingham, Alabama. Tickets are available through Ticketmaster..

This year, Vampire Weekend will continue touring North America arenas through October 22nd, after which the band has scheduled a month-long jaunt in Europe in November and closing out the year with four shows in Australia.

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Vampire Weekend used the occasion of one of their biggest gigs yet to announce a North American Tour 2020. The band headlined Madison Square Garden in their hometown of New York City on Friday night and confirmed the 19-date tour as part of a free live stream.

The 2020 tour begins at Maine Savings Pavilion in Westbrook, Maine on May 29. From there, the band hits Burlington, Gilford (New Hampshire), Lewiston (New York), Pittsburgh and Asheville during the first leg of the jaunt. VW returns to the road in August 2020 for gigs in Bend, Boise, Missoula, Calgary and Edmonton. Ezra Koenig and company also detailed a series of concerts that spans September 23, 2020 – October 7, 2020 and includes shows in Columbus, Detroit, Cedar Rapids, Lincoln, Kansas City, Tulsa, New Orleans and Birmingham.

Friday’s sold-out concert at MSG saw Vampire Weekend perform a total of 32 songs over the course of nearly three hours. The band welcomed Steve Lacy for his own “Dark Red” as well as “Sunflower,” a song on VW’s Father Of The Bride to which he contributed. Later in the night, opener Angelique Kidjo added to the “Jerusalem, New York, Berlin” that closed out the band’s main set. For the encore, Vampire Weekend continued a trend of taking requests from the audience and at MSG played “Ottoman,” “Obvious Bicycle” and “Run” by request before ending the night with a run of “Worship You,” “Ya Hey” and “Walcott.”

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