Booking now: Damien Rice announces additional 2015 dates

Damien Rice announces additional 2015 dates

Songwriter to play Belgium’s Rock Werchter and more.

Damien Rice has announced more shows to his 2015 tour in support of his recent album ‘My Favourite Faded Fantasy’.

The Irishman, whose third album was released at the beginning of November, is set to play a slew of dates throughout the first half of 2015, and has now added shows in Ireland and Belgium to the run.

The new shows begin at Belgium’s Rock Werchter festival on the weekend of the 27th June, before Rice plays three July shows in his home country. The line-up for the Belgian fest also includes the likes of Muse, Foo Fighters, Alt-J and hosts the return of Florence and The Machine. Taking place on the same weekend as next year’s Glastonbury, the news makes it increasingly likely that Rice, along with the heavily rumoured Foo Fighters and Florence, will appear at Worthy Farm.

Damien Rice recently performed in session for Jo Whiley on BBC Radio 2, which you can listen to here.

Watch Rice play ‘I Don’t Want To Change You’ on Letterman below.

Damien Rice’s full tour schedule for 2015 is now:

MARCH
31 Atlanta, GA - The Tabernacle

APRIL
01 Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium
03 Washington, DC - The Lincoln Theatre
04 New York, NY - Beacon Theatre
07 Boston, MA - Orpheum Theatre
08 Philadelphia, PA - Academy of Music
11 Toronto, ON - Massey Hall
13 Indianapolis, IN - Murat Theatre
14 Chicago, IL - Auditorium Theatre
15 Minneapolis, MN - Northrop Auditorium
17 Boulder, CO - Boulder Theatre
20 Portland, OR - Keller Auditorium
21 Seattle, WA - Marion Oliver McCaw Hall
23 Oakland, CA - The Fox Theatre
24 Los Angeles, CA - The Greek Theatre

JUNE
27 Belgium, Rock Werchter

JULY
12 Dublin, The Iveagh Gardens
13 Cork, Live At The Marquee
16 Galway, Galway Arts Festival Big Top

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