The Revolution have expanded their tour into the Midwest & Texas before heading to the West Coast.
The reunion originally consisted of just six dates, starting with a special show at Paisley Park for Celebration 2017, marking the first anniversary of Prince’s passing. However, they were pleasantly surprised by the response this announcement received that they have added additional dates, including second shows in Chicago, New York and Philadelphia, turning it into a full US tour.
The Revolution was formed in 1979 but underwent several different line-ups over the next four years before Prince settled with his final team of Bobby Z (drums), Matt Fink (keyboards), Wendy Melvoin (guitar), Lisa Coleman (keyboards/piano) and Brown Mark (bass).
The Revolution were featured on three of Prince’s studio albums – Purple Rain, Around the World in a Day and Parade. Some members were also included on his album, 1999. This award-winning group had several #1 songs together, as well as winning two Grammy Awards and an Oscar for the song “Purple Rain”.
The band initially performed three sold-out shows at the famous Minneapolis venue, First Avenue, shortly after Prince died. After the success of these three show, they decided to put together a tour. Perhaps underestimating their draw, they scheduled only six dates, which has now been expanded to a 27-show tour with more dates still to be announced.
Some dates are already sold-out so if this is one you want to go see, do not hesitate. Buy your tickets today.
Dates confirmed so far:
April 21 Celebration 2017 @ Paisley Park – Minneapolis, MN
April 23 Metro – Chicago, IL
April 24 Metro – Chicago, IL
April 27 The Fillmore Silver Spring – Washington, DC
April 28 BB Kings – New York, NY
April 29 Theatre of Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA
April 30 Theatre of Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA
May 3 Webster Hall – New York, NY
May 4 Capitol Theatre – Port Chester, NY
May 12 Barrymore Theatre – Madison, WI
May 14 The Vogue – Indianapolis, IN
May 15 Mercury Ballroom – Louisville, KY
May 16 Bogart’s – Cincinnati, OH
May 18 House of Blues – Cleveland, OH
May 20 Majestic Theater – Detroit, MI
May 21 Phoenix Theatre – Toronto, Ont
June 14 House of Blues – Dallas, TX
June 15 House of Blues – Houston, TX
June 16 The Aztec Theater – San Antonio, TX
June 17 ACL Live – Austin, TX
June 21 Brooklyn Bowl – Las Vegas, NV
June 22 House of Blues – San Diego, CA
June 23 Wiltern – Los Angeles, CA
July 12 The Fillmore – San Francisco, CA
July 13 Artown – Reno, NV
July 14 Roseland Theater – Portland, OR
July 15 The Showbox – Seattle, WA