Posted in music | tour dates on July 23, 2008

M83 @ Bowery Ballroom (more by Bao Nguyen)
M83

Following a sold-out US tour in May and June and his recent performance at the two-date Download Festival in Southern California, M83 (aka Anthony Gonzalez) will be back to tour North America this November. Brooklyn's School of Seven Bells are set to open. The tour is in support of M83's fifth album "Saturdays = Youth" released April 2008 on Mute...

...The M83 live setup for this tour includes Gonzalez on vocals, guitars and keyboards, Loic Maurin on Drums, Pierre-Marie Maulini on bass and guitar and featured album vocalist Morgan Kibby (of LA-based band The Romanovs) on vocals and keyboards.

The NYC show is Webster Hall on November 14th. Tickets are on sale at noon. All dates below...

M83 - 2008 Tour Dates
Jul 25 - UMF5 Turku
Aug 9 - Noise Festival Lausanne
Aug 15 - Brest Festival Brest, Bretagne
Aug 16 - Pukkelpop Hasselt
Thu 11/13 - Washington, DC @ Black Cat *
Fri 11/14 - New York, NY @ Webster Hall *
Sat 11/15 - Philadelphia, PA @ Starlite Ballroom *
Sun 11/16 - Northampton, MA @ Pearl Street Nightclub *
Tue 11/18 - Boston, MA @ Middle East Downstairs *
Wed 11/19 - Montreal, QC @ Studio Juste Pour Rire *
Thu 11/20 - Toronto, ON @ Opera House *
Fri 11/21 - Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge *
Sat 11/22 - Minneapolis, MN @ Triple Rock Social Club *
Tue 11/25 - Seattle, WA @ Neumo's *
Wed 11/26 - Vancouver, BC @ Richards On Richards *
Thu 11/27 - Portland, OR @ Doug Fir Lounge *
Fri 11/28 - San Francisco, CA @ Fillmore *
Sat 11/29 - Los Angeles, CA @ Henry Fonda Theater *

* w/ School of Seven Bells

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Comments (9)

somehow, despite good lighting and a good sound system, webster hall still manages to suck the life out of most/all performances held there. it's a terrible venue, made worse when they're trying to herd you out so they can have their weird late night fare..

Posted by Anonymous | July 23, 2008 10:14 AM

How was the Bowery Ballroom show earlier this year?

Posted by Dan | July 23, 2008 10:21 AM

bowery show was fantastic.
Webster hall can lick my clit.

Posted by Anonymous | July 23, 2008 10:44 AM

man, you people will bitch about anything.

and yes, the Bowery show was amazing.

Posted by Anonymous | July 23, 2008 11:21 AM

To beat a dead horse, the Bowery show fucking ruled. Worth it (though maybe not so much at Webster Hall)

Posted by v | July 23, 2008 11:41 AM

i USED TO BE a webster hall hater, but was converted when i saw animal collective there last year (2nd show). the sound was impeccable, and given the issues of the previous night it seems that any sound problems inherent to the building/system can be overcome by a little extra tech attention.

Posted by Anonymous | July 23, 2008 12:17 PM

Webster Hall sounds about 300% better than idiots on this message board think it does. Honestly, if you think their sound is that bad, then there are probably very few venues in this city you find acceptable. Keep your elitist ears at home.

Posted by CN | July 24, 2008 12:21 AM

Music would sound better at Webster Hall if it was not always played at such a high volume. When will the clubs and sound guys start to realize this??????

Posted by Anonymous | July 24, 2008 1:00 AM

you guys think webster will sell out for this show?

Posted by bob | August 18, 2008 12:44 AM

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