Posted in music | tour dates on April 26, 2010

Gogol Bordello @ Webster Hall (more by Vincent Cornelli)
Gogol Bordello

Currently on tour with Devotchka, Gogol Bordello will use two days off to play Jimmy Fallon (tonight, Monday 4/26) and Brooklyn Bowl (tomorrow, Tuesday 4/27). Tickets for the Brooklyn Bowl show go on sale at noon. The new show will coincide with the physical release of Gogol's new Rick Rubin-produced album, "Trans-Continental Hustle". They'll perform new song "Pala Tute" from that album tonight on Fallon. All tour dates below...

Gogol Bordello - 2010 Tour Dates
Tue Apr, 27 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Bowl
Wed Apr, 28 Boston, MA House of Blues *
Thu Apr, 29 Baltimore, MD Rams Head Live *
Fri Apr, 30 Baltimore, MD Rams Head Live *
Sat May, 1 Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory *
Aug 6-8 Chicago, IL Lollapalooza
* w/ Devotchka

Devotchka - 2010 Tour Dates
Apr 28 - House of Blues Boston - DeVotchKa w/ Gogol Bordello Boston, Massachusetts
Apr 29 - Rams Head Live! - DeVotchKa w/ Gogol Bordello Baltimore, Maryland
Apr 30 - Rams Head Live! - DeVotchKa w/ Gogol Bordello Baltimore, Maryland
May 1- The Electric Factory - DeVotchKa w/ Gogol Bordello Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Jun 26 - Telluride Town Park - Telluride Wine Festival w/ Blitzen Trapper Telluride, Colorado



Comments (7)

Is there any truth to the rumor that Devotchka is playing a secret show at Bowery Electric tomorrow?

Posted by Anonymous | April 26, 2010 10:05 AM

I heard same thing about Devotchka.

Posted by JD | April 26, 2010 10:22 AM

I'm surprised by the lack of comments here, considering this band is widely considered to be one of the best live acts in the world. I've never been able to get into their albums, but their live performances never fail to spin everyone into a frothing frenzy. I think it's unfair to dismiss them as sell-outs simply because they've broken through and found success. We should remember that 'success' for a band is not nearly as lucrative as when people were actually buying CD's.

Gogol should be commended for trying to use music as a political force -- a tool to raise consciousness and expand our worldview a bit, much like Bob Marley did in the 70's. Eugene and Manu; we're lucky to have them.

Posted by Ryan H | April 27, 2010 11:31 AM

If you can't see Gogol tonight, check out a LIVE VIDEO STREAM of the show on Relix here:

Posted by Anonymous | April 27, 2010 11:45 AM

11:31--you make an excellent point about consciousness and expanding viewpoints. Have you listened to GB's first two albums (Voi La Intruder and Multi-Kontra Culti vs. Irony)? I find them to be the most cohesive of GB's albums, with Super Taranta in 3rd place. I haven't got the new one yet.

Posted by Brian | April 27, 2010 2:51 PM

it was wildly fun show last night!

Posted by HalfChemical | April 28, 2010 12:07 PM

It was a great show and such an intimate venue, but you could see the division of diehard fans and pretentious Williamsburg locals pretending to like Gogol like the division between the Mason Dixon line in the crowd... why did most of these people buy tickets and edge people who really like them out? At Irving Plaza when I saw them pretty much the WHOLE PLACE was moving and that venue has higher capacity, here it seemed like less than half the people were having the time of their life but it was an awesome show nonetheless.

Posted by Steve | April 28, 2010 12:29 PM

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