Incubus Adds Additional ‘Make Yourself’ 20th Anniversary Tour Dates

2019-06-29

Incubus’ Brandon Boyd – Story by Cat Badra, photo by Anne Erickson

Incubus will be on the road from September though December in honor of the 20th anniversary of their “Make Yourself” album

Incubus has added to its list of 20th anniversary “Make Yourself” fall tour dates. The freshly added shows are Oct. 4 in Albany, New York; Oct. 9 in Portland, Maine; and Oct. 19 in Omaha, Nebraska. For information and tickets, head to IncubusHQ.com.

On the fall tour, Brandon Boyd and company will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of their landmark 1999 album “Make Yourself,” which went double platinum and featured the popular alternative rock singles “Drive,” “Pardon Me” and “Stellar.” According to a release, the tour will also showcase “the many musical roads it ultimately led [them] down.”

The tour will kick off Sept. 13 in Denver and keep the guys on the road into the winter months, wrapping up with a Dec. 7 show in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. View the full roster of tour dates below.

In other news, the guys of Incubus have been working in the studio on new music. The band’s latest release is their 2017 studio album, “8.”

Incubus’ 20th anniversary Make Yourself Tour Dates:

9/13 — Denver, CO, Fillmore Auditorium
9/14 — Denver, CO, Fillmore Auditorium
9/15 — Salt Lake City, UT, The Complex
9/17 — Seattle, WA, Paramount Theater
9/18 — Bonner, MT, Kettlehouse Amphitheater
9/20 — Portland, OR, Keller Auditorium
9/24 — San Francisco, CA, The Masonic
9/25 — San Francisco, CA, The Masonic
9/26 — Santa Barbara, CA, Santa Barbara Bowl
9/28 — Dana Point, CA, Ohana Music and Arts Festival Doheny State Beach
10/3 — New York, NY, Radio City Music Hall
10/4 — Albany, NY, Palace Theatre*
10/5 — Philadelphia, PA, The Met Philadelphia
10/7 — Philadelphia, PA, The Met Philadelphia
10/8 — Boston, MA, Boch Center Wang Theatre
10/9 — Portland, ME, State Theater*
10/11 — Mashantucket, CT, Foxwoods Resort
10/12 — Washington, DC, Warner Theatre
10/13 — Washington, DC, Warner Theatre
10/15 — Toronto, ON, Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
10/16 — Detroit, MI, Fox Theatre Detroit
10/18 — Chicago, IL, Aragon Ballroom
10/19 — Omaha, NE, Orpheum*
10/21 — Kansas City, MO, Uptown Theater
10/24 — Phoenix, AZ, Comerica Theatre
10/26 — Los Angeles, CA, Greek Theatre
10/27 — Los Angeles, CA, Greek Theatre
11/8 — Pittsburgh, PA, Heinz Hall
11/9 — Akron, OH, Akron Civic Theatre
11/11 — Cincinnati, OH, Taft Theatre
11/12 — Madison, WI, The Sylvee
11/14 — St. Louis, MO, Stifel Theatre
11/15 — Louisville, KY, The Louisville Palace
11/16 — Indianapolis, IN, Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
11/18 — Oklahoma City, OK, The Criterion
11/19 — Austin, TX, ACL Live at The Moody Theater
11/20 — Austin, TX, ACL Live at The Moody Theater
11/22 — Irving, TX, The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
11/23 — Irving, TX, The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
11/24 — Houston, TX, Revention Music Center
11/26 — New Orleans, LA, Fillmore New Orleans
11/27 — Nashville, TN, Ryman Auditorium
11/29 — Orlando, FL, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
11/30 — St. Petersburg, FL, The Mahaffey Theater
12/1 — West Palm Beach, FL, Kravis Center
12/3 — Atlanta, GA, Coca-Cola Roxy
12/5 — Raleigh, NC, The Ritz
12/6 — Charlotte, NC, The Fillmore Charlotte
12/7 — Myrtle Beach, SC, House of Blues Myrtle Beach

*Newly added show.

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