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Faith No More, Fucked Up 'N' More

Posted by Loren on June 20, 2021

Faith No More, Fucked Up 'N' More
photo by Jimmy Hubbard

The semi-active Faith No More has announced three headlining US tour dates in September. In addition to playing Riot Fest and Knotefst in September, the band will also visit Mayland Heights, MO; Pittsburg, PA; and Newport KY with Fucked Up set as the openers.

The band will then head to Europe in 2022.

Faith No More reunited and released Sol Invictus in 2015.

Faith No More tour dates:

September 16 Maryland Heights, MO Saint Louis Music Park

September 18 Chicago, IL Riot Fest

September 21 Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE

September 22 Newport, KY Ovation

September 25 Indianola, IA Knotfest

October 22 Los Angeles, CA Banc of California Stadium

October 23 Los Angeles, CA Banc of California Stadium


February 10 Christchurch, NZ Horncastle Arena

February 12 Auckland, NZ Spark Arena

February 15 Brisbane, AU Brisbane Entertainment Centre

February 17 Sydney, AU QUDOS Bank Arena

February 18 Melbourne, AU Rod Laver Arena

February 21 Adelaide, AU Entertainment Centre

February 23 Perth, AU RAC Arena

June 7 Glasgow, UK O2 Academy Glasgow

June 8 Birmingham, UK O2 Academy Birmingham

June 10 Manchester, UK O2 Apollo Manchester

June 11 Manchester, UK O2 Apollo Manchester

June 13 London, UK O2 Academy Brixton

June 14 London, UK O2 Academy Brixton

June 19 Amsterdam, NL AFAS Live

June 21 Dortmund, DE Westfalenhalle

June 23 Gothenburg, SE Partille Arena

June 24 Oslo, NO Tons of Rock

June 27 Helsinki, FI In The Park

July 4 Berlin, DE Max Schmeling Halle

July 5 Stuttgart, DE Schleyerhalle

July 6 Zurich, CH Halle 622

Faith No More, Fucked Up 'N' More
photo by Jimmy Hubbard

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