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David Byrne

David Byrne finally announced the much-anticipated 2009 leg of his current Eno-tour (see recent setlists here and here), and that includes, as many hypothesized, a show at Radio City Music Hall in NYC. The date is February 27th. No tickets yet. All dates below...

David Byrne - 2008/09 Tour Dates
November 7 @8 pm Pittsburgh PA Carnegie Music Hall
November 8 @8 pm Philadelphia PA Tower Theatre
November 9 @7:30 pm Washington DC Warner Theater
November 28 @8 pm Buffalo NY Center for the Arts
November 29 @8 pm Syracuse NY Landmark Theatre
November 30 @8 pm New Bedford MA Zeiterion Theatre
December 2 @8 pm Northampton MA Calvin Theatre
December 3 @8 pm Wilmington DE The Grand Opera House
December 4 @8 pm York PA Strand-Capitol Performing Arts
December 5 @9 pm Ledyard CT Fox Theater at Foxwoods
December 7 @8 pm Knoxville TN Tennessee Theatre
December 8 @8 pm Raleigh NC Meymandi Concert Hall
December 9 @8 pm North Charleston SC North Charleston Performing Arts Center
December 10 @8 pm Charlotte NC Ovens Auditorium
December 12 @8 pm Tampa FL Tampa Theater
December 13 @8 pm Miami Beach Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater
January 19 @8 pm Hong Kong Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre Hall 3
January 21 @8 pm Singapore Suntec City Concert Hall
January 23 @7 pm Osaka, Japan Osaka Hatch
January 25 @7 pm Yokohama, Japan Yokohama Bay Hall
January 27 @7 pm Tokyo, Japan Shibuya AX
January 28 @7 pm Tokyo, Japan Shibuya AX
February 1 Sydney, Australia Sydney Opera House
February 2 Sydney, Australia Sydney Opera House
February 4 South Perth, Australia Perth Zoo
February 7 Brisbane, Australia Brisbane Riverstage
February 9 Melbourne, Australia Hamer Hall
February 10 Melbourne, Australia Hamer Hall
February 13 Wellington, New Zealand Michael Fowler Center
February 14 Auckland, New Zealand ABS Theatre
February 18 @7:30 pm Seattle, WA Benaroya Concert Hall
February 19 @7:30 pm Spokane, WA Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox
February 27 @8 pm New York, NY Radio City Music Hall
March 9 Düsseldorf, Germany Tonhalle
March 10 Antwerp, Belgium Koningin Elisabethzaal (QEH)
March 12 Hamburg, Germany CCH2 - Congress Centrum
March 14 Frankfurt, Germany Alte Oper
March 16 Copenhagen, Denmark Falkoner Theatre or
March 17 Stockholm, Sweden Cirkus
March 19 Oslo, Norway Sentrum Scene
March 20 Malmo, Sweden Concert House
March 22 Hannover, Germany Theater am Aegi
March 23 Berlin, Germany Tempodrom
March 24 Utrecht, Netherlands MC Vredenburg
March 25 Paris, France L'Olympia
March 27 Bristol, England Colston Hall
March 29 Birmingham, England Symphony Hall Birmingham
March 30 Manchester, England Bridgewater Hall
March 31 Glasgow, Scotland Royal Concert Hall
April 1 Gateshead, England The Sage
April 3 Liverpool, England Philharmonic Hall
April 4 Sheffield, England City Hall
April 6 Dublin, Eire National Concert Hall
April 7 Belfast, N. Ireland Belfast Waterfront
April 9 Oxford, England New Theatre Oxford
April 11 Nottingham, England Royal Centre
April 12 + 13 London, England Royal Festival Hall or
April 14 Brighton, England Brighton Dome

(thx anon!)

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Comments (20)

yeah!!

Posted by wembley | November 7, 2008 4:03 PM

WAHOOOOOOOOOOOOO! i was hoping for RCMH thsi whole time. PERFECT!

Posted by Anonymous | November 7, 2008 4:05 PM

niiiiiiiice!

Posted by Anonymous | November 7, 2008 4:08 PM

i hate radio city.

Posted by Anonymous | November 7, 2008 4:56 PM

First ever visit to RCMH was in 1980 to see T Heads on the Remain In Light tour. Would be nice to see Mr. Byrne there again in February.

Posted by drewo | November 7, 2008 4:58 PM

Um, excuse me - only David Bowie is called DB.

:)

Posted by Lori | November 7, 2008 5:03 PM

Beacon or United would have been a better choice

Posted by blah | November 7, 2008 5:04 PM

EPIC

Posted by mike | November 7, 2008 5:07 PM

Very Very Very Happy!!!

Posted by nbflowers | November 7, 2008 5:20 PM

Hopefully he brings that chick with the giant milk-makers...

Posted by Anonymous | November 7, 2008 5:36 PM

I went to the show in Red Bank, NJ. Had front row seats. My fave show I have seen this year. Around my 60th show this year including Radiohead twice, Cure, Bruce 3 times, Kills, Tricky, Beck, Raveonettes, Calexico, Sonic Youth on the 4th, Nick Cave twice etc... Can't wait 'til tomorrow night in Philly! Not quite Talking Heads but close. Saw Heads in '81 at Forrest Hill Tennis Stadium right before Stop Making Sense was filmed. One of my all time faves!

Posted by Anonymous | November 8, 2008 12:17 AM

u think he is playing coachella?

Posted by Anonymous | November 8, 2008 8:37 AM

Is Brian Eno actually going to be with Byrne at these shows?

Posted by Amphibian | November 8, 2008 9:25 AM

Amphibian, the answer is no...sorry.

Posted by Anonymous | November 8, 2008 12:05 PM

There are quite a few people you can call DB...

Posted by Anonymous | November 8, 2008 1:57 PM

Byrne in Philly tonight was AMAZING!!! What a great set list.....Houses in Motion received the longest applause of the night.

Posted by 215'er | November 9, 2008 12:09 AM

he was incredible in SF last month at the symphony hall. first time seeing him: burning down the house with the exxtra marching band!

Posted by SFer | November 9, 2008 4:54 AM

i also hate radio city. have seen many of my faves there (costello, the cure, public enemy, etc.) but the memories are not good. it's too BIG!

that said, i'll have to attend this show. i saw the original lineup of talking heads numerous times in the late '70's and THEN was lucky enough to be at the heatwave festival outside of toronto in august 1980 when mr. byrne premiered the expanded lineup and previewed songs off the then as-yet-unreleased, 'remain in light.'

i went to see costello, the headliner, but talking heads stole the show. easily one of the most amazing musical experiences of my life. watching a sea of over a hundred thousand people getting flippy floppy was unreal.

Posted by Anonymous | November 11, 2008 1:17 PM

very sick show saw him at the tower milk-makers where nice to see on stage

Posted by paul | November 14, 2008 5:59 PM

I really enjoyed the Holding Patter Screen Saver, which was a perfect visual match to the music. The new album is great, and it was released in a very unique way. I love that you can stream the album and share it with everyone.

Posted by josh | November 26, 2008 5:03 PM

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