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Tame Impala unveiled the rescheduled North American Tour Dates

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Tame Impala has unveiled the rescheduled dates for North American tour which was supposed to begin in the summer of 2020. Kevin Parker with his band Tame Impala will be across North American in 2021. He has moved the dates to 2021 due to covid-19 pandemic.

The band Tame Impala hails from Perth, Australia with Kevin Parker as the lead man. The Australian Perth based band was all set to hit the North American roads with their new album released in February 2020. They could not make it happen due to coronavirus outbreak. The band has now announced new dates for the tour considering the safety and health issue for all concerned. The new engagements will kick off in July 2021 and will run all over North America throughout October 2021. Tame Impala completing tour in North America will take a short break and will be jamming again in their own country Australia at the end of the same year.

The psychedelic band Tame Impala came with their forth studio release The Slow Rush on 14 February 2020 under the banner of Modular recordings. The album became a hit soon after its release and reached #3 on Billboard 200 list. Their 2015 album Currents was also a huge hit and had been certified Gold by the RIAA. Kevin Parker was out in support of the album in the following year with support from other bands. This time Kevin Parker’s band Tame Impala will be on the move over North America in support of the fourth album The Slow Rush. The band confirmed the pushing back of the tour dates.

Kevin Parker along with his band Tame Impala will perform at the major US markets and will also do some solo shows as well in America. In Canada the band has concerts in Vancouver and Toronto. Tame Impala will be on extensive shows in their own country finishing the North American trek.

Show tickets are on sale. To catch Tame Impala live have a look at the tour dates and venues below.

Tame Impala Tour Dates and Venues:

July 22 – Foro Sol Stadium – Mexico City, MEXICO
July 28 – Gila River Arena – Phoenix, AZ
July 30 –  Pepsi Center – Denver, CO
August 2 – Moda Center – Portland, OR
August 4 –  Rogers Arena – Vancouver, CANADA
August 6 – The Gorge – George WA
August 8 – Outside Lands Festival – San Francisco, CA
August 12 – Toyota Center –  Houston, TX
August 13 – American Airlines Center – Dallas, TX
August 14 – Frank Erwin Center – Austin,TX
September 15 – Chase Center, San Francisco, CA
September 17 –  Life Is Beautiful Festival – Las Vegas, NV
October 4 – Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, CANADA
October 5 – Little Caesars Arena – Detroit, MI
October 7 – United Center –  Chicago, IL
October 8 – Fiserv Forum –  Milwaukee, WI
October 10 – Xcel Energy Center – St Paul, MN
October 13 – Capital One Arena – Washington DC
October 15 – State Farm Arena – Atlanta, GA
October 17 – Amway Center – Orlando, FL
October 18 – American Airlines Arena-  Miami, FL

Written by Newton JNU

Hi, I am Minhazul Islam. I have completed my graduation and post graduation in English and serving as a lecturer in the English Department of a private university. Being a lecturer in English of a private university, I love to read and write. Besides teaching, writing is also my profession. I write research articles and contents for websites.


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