Queens of the Stone Age announce 2018 tour dates

by | Nov 6, 2017

Queens of the Stone Age will be touring all over North America in 2018.

The band will be kicking off the year with a trek featuring Eagles of Death Metal, followed by stints with Wolf Alice and Royal Blood.

They’ll be out supporting their latest album Villains.

Here’s how their schedule runs:

Jan 24 Vancouver, BC @ Pacific Coliseum
Jan 25 Seattle, WA @ Key Arena
Jan 26 Portland, OR @ Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Jan 27 Eugene, OR @ Hult Center For the Performing Arts
Jan 29 Fresno, CA @ Selland Arena at Fresno Convention Center
Jan 30 Sacramento, CA @ Sacramento Memorial Auditorium

Feb 01 San Francisco, CA @ Bill Graham Civic Auditorium w/ Ty Segall
Feb 16 Las Vegas, CA @ The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas – The Chelsea
Feb 17 Los Angeles, CA @ The Forum w/ Royal Blood

Mar 21 San Diego, CA @ The Observatory North Park
Mar 22 San Diego, CA @ The Observatory North Park
Mar 28 Honolulu, HI @ The Republik

w/ Wolf Alice
Apr 24 Austin , TX @ Austin360 Amphitheater
Apr 25 Irving, TX @ The Pavillion at the Irving Music Factory
Apr 26 Shreveport, LA @ Municipal Auditorium
Apr 27 New Orleans, LA @ Saenger Theatre
May 01 Miami, FL @ Bayfront Park Amphitheater
May 02 St. Petersburg, FL @ Mahaffey Theater

w/ Royal Blood
May 17 Calgary, AB @ Scotiabank Saddledome
May 18 Edmonton, AB @ Rogers Place
May 20 Winnipeg, MB @ MTS Centre
May 22 Madison, WI @ Breese Stevens Field
May 24 London, ON @ Budweiser Gardens
May 25 Rochester, NY @ Rochester Dome Arena
May 29 Jacksonville, FL @ Welcome to Rockville

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