Tame Impala Announces Rescheduled North American Tour Dates for 2021

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On Tuesday (Sept. 29), Tame Impala announced a series of rescheduled tour dates after its summer 2020 run was canceled due to COVID-19. Kevin Parker’s rock act will kick off its 2021 tour in Mexico City on July 22 and wrap up three months later in Miami on Oct. 18. Parker […]

On Tuesday (Sept. 29), Tame Impala announced a series of rescheduled tour dates after its summer 2020 run was canceled due to COVID-19.

Kevin Parker’s rock act will kick off its 2021 tour in Mexico City on July 22 and wrap up three months later in Miami on Oct. 18. Parker released his fourth album as Tame Impala, The Slow Rush, in February of this year.

Major stops for next year’s tour include The Gorge in Washington, The Chase Center in San Francisco and the United Center in Chicago. Festival dates include San Francisco’s Outside Lands on Aug. 8 and Las Vegas’ Life Is Beautiful in late September. See the complete schedule below.

Tame Impala 2021 Tour Dates
July 22 – Foro Sol Stadium – Mexico City, MEXICO
July 28 – Gila River Arena – Phoenix, AZ
July 30 – Pepsi Center – Denver, CO
Aug. 2 – Moda Center – Portland, OR
Aug. 4 – Rogers Arena – Vancouver, CANADA
Aug. 6 – The Gorge – George WA
Aug. 8 – Outside Lands Festival – San Francisco, CA
Aug. 12 – Toyota Center – Houston, TX
Aug. 13 – American Airlines Center – Dallas, TX
Aug. 14 – Frank Erwin Center – Austin,TX
Sept. 15 – Chase Center, San Francisco, CA
Sept. 17 – Life Is Beautiful Festival – Las Vegas, NV
Oct. 4 – Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, CANADA
Oct. 5 – Little Caesars Arena – Detroit, MI
Oct. 7 – United Center – Chicago, IL
Oct. 8 – Fiserv Forum – Milwaukee, WI
Oct. 10 – Xcel Energy Center – St Paul, MN
Oct. 13 – Capital One Arena – Washington DC
Oct. 15 – State Farm Arena – Atlanta, GA
Oct. 17 – Amway Center – Orlando, FL
Oct. 18 – American Airlines Arena- Miami, FL

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