Echo & the Bunnymen announce US tour with Denver concert planned
Echo & the Bunnymen will be making 20 stops on their 2022 summer tour.
DENVER, Colorado — British 80s post-punk band Echo & the Bunnymen are celebrating 40 years of music with a 20-stop tour across the United States planned for late summer.
The band, known for hits like “The Killing Moon,” ” Lips like Sugar” and “Bring on the Dancing Horses,” has announced a stop at Denver’s Ogden Theater on Sunday, Sept. 4, 2022.
“I can’t wait for this upcoming tour of America and Toronto. It will be a continuation of the UK tour we did in February/March of this year which was my favorite tour ever,” announced Echo & the Bunnymen singer Ian McCulloch on the band’s Facebook page.
Tickets for Echo & the Bunnymen’s show go on sale Friday, May 20 at 10 am and can be found at AXS.com.
The band has released 13 albums over its 40-year career. The band’s first album, “Crocodiles,” came out in 1980 and the most recent, “The Stars, the Oceans & the Moon,” was released in 2018.
> Watch the video for Echo & the Bunnymen’s 1984 song “The Killing Moon” from the album “Ocean Rain” below:
If you just can’t get enough 80’s music, here are some other shows that may be of interest:
- Bauhaus at the Mission Ballroom on Tuesday, May 25. Tickets can be found at AXS.
- Tears for Fears at Levitt Pavilion on Sunday, May 29. Get tickets from Ticketmaster.
- Howard Jones at the Ogden Theater on Wednesday, June 29. AXS has tickets.
- The Psychedelic Furs at Mission Ballroom on Tuesday, Aug. 2. Get tickets from AXS.
- The FIXX at the Ogden Theater on Sunday, June 26. Go to AXS for tickets.
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