Ariel Pink has announced details of two special performances taking place during his world tour with Black Lips.
At his 23rd July date opening for DeVotchka at the Redrocks Amphitheater in Morrison (CO), will see the Colorado Symphony back Pink with a string section for a special performance.
On 8th August, Pink will be joined by Manuel Gottsching of Ash Ra Tempel, performing the krautrock band’s catalogue alongside Shags Chamberlain and Oren Ambarchi. The one-off show takes place at this year’s Supersense in Melbourne, Australia. Ariel Pink will follow the show with a solo show at the festival.
Ariel Pink is supporting his latest release ‘pom pom’ on 4AD. The full tour with the new added dates are as follows:
18 Chicago (IL), Pitchfork Music Festival
18 Chicago (IL), Lincoln Hall
23 Morrison (CO), Redrocks Amphitheatre
08 Melbourne (AU), Supersense
15 Toronto (ON), Time Festival
20 Santa Monica (CA), Santa Monica Pier
05-06 Los Angeles (CA), Teragram Ballroom *
07 Santa Ana (CA), The Observatory *
09 Portland (OR), Roseland Theater *
10 Vancouver (BC), Rickshaw Theater *
13-14 San Francisco (CA), Bimbos 360 Club *
17 Pioneertown (CA), Pappy & Harriets *
18 San Diego (CA), North Park Theatre *
29 Paris (FR), Pitchfork Music Festival Paris
04 Reykjavîk (ICE), Iceland Airwaves Festival
06 Reykjavîk (ICE), Iceland Airwaves Festival
07 Malmo (SE), Inkonst 08 Stockholm (SE), Kagelbanan
09 Oslo (NO), Vulkan
10 Trondheim (NO), Blaest
12 Aarhus (DK), Voxhall
13 Hamburg (DE), Knust
14 Prague (CZ), Meet Factory
15 Budapest (HG), Dürer Kert Main Hall
17 Warsaw (PL), Hybrydy
20 Heidelberg (DE), Pret-a-ecouter Festival
22 Utrecht (NL), Le Guess Who Festival
24 Linz (AU), Posthof
25 Salzburg (AU), Rockhouse
26 Vienna (AU), Porgy & Bess
* w/ Black Lips
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