American rock band A Perfect Circle will hit the road for a month-long tour this spring, and the run will include several festival appearances. The tour marks the first time the band has hit the road extensively in the U.S since 2011. The band’s last studio album, eMOTIVe, was released on November 1, 2004 via Virgin Records to coincide with the US presidential election. The band did not tour in support of the album, due to entering a hiatus shortly after its release.
Led by Maynard James Keenan, who is best known for fronting the band Tool, A Perfect Circle will kick off their tour with a pair of shows on April 7 and 8 at the Pearl in Las Vegas, Nevada. The band will make stops in major cities like Phoenix, Austin, and Tulsa before concluding the run on May 5 in Los Angeles’s Hollywood Bowl. The band has stated that they will continue working on a new album once the tour commences, so fans should expect new music in the not-so-distant future.
Tickets for all non-festival dates went on sale January 13, and several dates still have tickets available on the primary market. On the resale market, A Perfect Circle tickets are averaging $151 across the tour, with the highest price points slated for shows at the Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie, Starlight Theatre, and Comerica Theatre in Phoenix.
4/7-8 — Las Vegas, NV — The Pearl
4/10 — Phoenix, AZ — Comerica Theatre
4/11 — San Diego, CA — Open Air Theatre
4/13 — San Francisco, CA — Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
4/14 — Reno, NV — Reno Event Center
4/15 — Salt Lake City, UT — Maverik Center
4/17 — Broomfield, CO — 1st Bank Center
4/19 — Kansas City, MO — Starlight Amphitheatre
4/20 — St. Louis, MO — Chaifetz Arena
4/22 — Tulsa, OK — BOK Center
4/23 — Grand Prairie, TX — Verizon Theatre
4/25 — Austin, TX — HEB Center at Cedar Park
4/26 — San Antonio, TX — Freeman Coliseum
4/27 — Sugar Land, TX — Smart Financial Center
4/29 — Jacksonville, FL — Welcome to Rockville
4/30 — Ft. Myers, FL — Fort Rock Festival
5/2 — Alpharetta, GA — Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
5/3 — Nashville, TN — Bridgestone Arena
5/5 — Concord, NC — Carolina Rebellion
5/7 — Los Angeles, CA — Hollywood Bowl