Tame Impala Announces 2019 North American Tour Dates Including Madison Square Garden

first_imgOn Monday, Tame Impala announced a number of new summer 2019 North American tour dates. The new announcement comes after Tame Impala (a.k.a. Kevin Parker) finished a two-weekend headlining stint at Coachella 2019. You can watch Tame Impala perform new song “Borderline” at Coachella below:Tame Impala – “Borderline” [Pro-Shot] – Coachella 2019[Video: Coachella]The newly announced run of dates will kick off in Toronto on July 26th and include stops in Minneapolis, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C., in addition to a performance at New York City’s iconic Madison Square Garden on August 21st. Tickets to the new dates go on sale this Friday, April 26th at 10 a.m. local time.In addition to the headlining dates at Coachella, Parker is set to headline a number of festivals including Shaky Knees Festival in Atlanta, GA (May 5th), Boston Calling in Boston, MA (May 25th), Primavera Sound in Barcelona, Spain (May 31), Glastonbury in Glastonbury, U.K. (June 26th), Splendour In the Grass in his native Australia (July 19th–21st), and Lollapalooza in Chicago, IL (August 1st–4th).You can check out a full list of Tame Impala’s upcoming tour dates below. For more information, head here.Tame Impala 2019 Tour DatesNewly added dates boldedMay 02 – Ascend Amphitheatre – Nashville, TNMay 03 – ExploreAsheville.com Arena – Asheville, NCMay 05 – Shaky Knees Music Festival – Atlanta, GAMay 06 – St. Augustine Amphitheater – St. Augustine, FLMay 07 – Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater – Miami Beach FLMay 11 – Corona Capital Festival – Guadalajara, MEXICOMay 25 – Boston Calling Festival – Boston, MAMay 31 – Primavera Festival – Barcelona, SPAINJune 01 – We Love Green – Paris, FRANCEJune 05 – Garden – Gotenberg, SWEDENJune 06 – NorthSide – Aarhus, DENMARKJune 08 – 02 Arena – London, UKJune 21 – Hurricane Festival – Sheebel, GERMANYJune 22 – Southside Festival – Neuhausen ob eck, GERMANYJune 24 – Empress Ballroom – Blackpool, UKJune 26 – 3Arena – Dublin, IRELANDJune 26 – Glastonbury – Pilton, ENGLANDJuly 19-21 – Splendour In The Grass – Wooyung – AUSTRALIAJuly 26 – Budweiser Stage – Toronto, Ontario, CANADAJuly 27 & 28 – Mo Pop – Detroit, MIJuly 30 – Surly Brewing Festival Field – Minneapolis, MNAugust 01-04 – Lollapalooza – Chicago, ILAugust 13 – Parkbühne Wuhlheide – Berlin, GERMANYAugust 08 – Oya Fest – OsloAugust 09 – Flow Festival – Helsinki, FINLANDAugust 14 – Pukkelpop – Hasselt, BELGIUMAugust 15 – La Route Du Rock – Rennes, FRANCEAugust 16 – Lowlands Festival – Walibi Holland, NETHERLANDSAugust 21 – Madison Square Garden – New York, NYAugust 23 – The Mann Center for the Performing Arts – Philadelphia, PAAugust 24 – The Anthem – Washington D.C.TOUR DATESMay 02 – Ascend Amphitheatre – Nashville, TNMay 03 – ExploreAsheville.com Arena – Asheville, NCMay 05 – Shaky Knees Music Festival – Atlanta, GAMay 06 – St. Augustine Amphitheater – St. Augustine, FLMay 07 – Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater – Miami Beach FLMay 11 – Corona Capital Festival – Guadalajara, MEXICOMay 25 – Boston Calling Festival – Boston, MAMay 31 – Primavera Festival – Barcelona, SPAINJune 01 – We Love Green – Paris, FRANCEJune 05 – Garden – Gotenberg, SWEDENJune 06 – NorthSide – Aarhus, DENMARKJune 08 – 02 Arena – London, UKJune 21 – Hurricane Festival – Sheebel, GERMANYJune 22 – Southside Festival – Neuhausen ob eck, GERMANYJune 24 – Empress Ballroom – Blackpool, UKJune 26 – 3Arena – Dublin, IRELANDJune 26 – Glastonbury – Pilton, ENGLANDJuly 19-21 – Splendour In The Grass – Wooyung – AUSTRALIAJuly 26 – Budweiser Stage – Toronto, Ontario, CANADAJuly 27 & 28 – Mo Pop – Detroit, MIJuly 30 – Surly Brewing Festival Field – Minneapolis, MNAugust 01-04 – Lollapalooza – Chicago, ILAugust 13 – Parkbühne Wuhlheide – Berlin, GERMANYAugust 08 – Oya Fest – OsloAugust 09 – Flow Festival – Helsinki, FINLANDAugust 14 – Pukkelpop – Hasselt, BELGIUMAugust 15 – La Route Du Rock – Rennes, FRANCEAugust 16 – Lowlands Festival – Walibi Holland, NETHERLANDSAugust 21 – Madison Square Garden – New York, NYAugust 23 – The Mann Center for the Performing Arts – Philadelphia, PAAugust 24 – The Anthem – Washington D.C.View Upcoming Dateslast_img read more

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Cougars, Paradise Invaders register wins on opening day

first_imgCOUGARS FC and Paradise Invaders both registered victories when the Berbice Football Association/J’s Golden Arrow Under-20 championships got underway last Sunday at the All Saints ground, New Amsterdam, Berbice with a double- header.Playing under lights, Cougars edged Hopetown United Rangers 1-0 with the winning goal coming off the boot of Jaleel Fraser in the eighth minute.In the opening encounter, which was witnessed by Guyana Football Federation (GFF) president Wayne Forde, the Federation’s Technical Director Ian Greenwood, members of the National Under-17 team and president of the BFA, Keith Ojeer, Paradise Invaders secured two points from the penalty spot over New Amsterdam United, after regulation and extra time failed to produce a winner with the score at 3-3.A penalty shoot-out was subsequently called and both teams scored their five shots which resulted in a sudden-death penalty shoot-out and Paradise Invaders came out victors.During regulation time, Nfini Babb (5th min), Nial Reynolds (18th min) and Shaquel Deharte (45th) scored for Paradise Invaders, while Kevon Williams (15th) and Jamal Butts (35th and 65th) scored for New Amsterdam United.Six teams, divided into two groups, are contesting the championships using the round-robin format and the top two teams from each group will advance to the semi-final.Another double-header is fixed for Saturday at the same venue and the teams that will be in action are Young Strikers, Orealla Falcons, Hopetown United Rangers and Paradise Invaders.last_img read more

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