Incubus To Tour In Fall

By | August 1, 2001 at 12:00 AM

Incubus will release their fourth album, Morning View, on October 23rd. Working once again with producer Scott Litt, the band told Rolling Stone that the new material is “some of the heaviest music we’ve ever written [and] at the same time some of the most beautiful we’ve ever written.”

A video shoot for the first single, “Wish You Were Here,” is planned for next month, and there will be pressure for Incubus to outdo themselves, as their video for “Drive” (from 1999’s Make Yourself) is up for Best Group Video at September’s MTV Video Music Awards.

For the remainder of summer, the band will continue to play various festivals, including Moby’s Area: One tour and the Rolling Rock Town Fair. Incubus will kick off their own North American tour in the fall, with brief stops scheduled in Japan and Australia during mid-August. Hoobastank and One Side Zero will be on several legs as support acts.

Incubus Tour Dates:

  • September 14 – Gilford, NH, Meadowbrook Amphitheare
  • September 15 – New York, Hammerstein Ballroom
  • September 18 – Boston, Avalon Ballroom
  • September 21 – Philadelphia, Electric Factory
  • September 24 – Norfolk, VA, Boathouse
  • September 25 – Raleigh, The Ritz
  • September 26 – Myrtle Beach, SC, House of Blues
  • September 28 – Columbia, SC, WARQ Fallout Show
  • September 29 – Huntsville, AL, Big Jam
  • September 30 – Atlanta, Tabernacle
  • October 2 – Orlando, House of Blues
  • October 3 – Ft. Lauderdale, Sunrise Musical Theatre
  • October 5 – Pensacola, FL, Bayfront Auditorium
  • October 6 – New Orleans, State Palace Theatre
  • October 7 – Houston, Arial Theatre
  • October 9 – Austin, Music Hall
  • October 10 – Dallas, Bronco Bowl
  • October 11 – San Antonio, Sunken Gardens
  • October 13 – Kansas, City, Uptown Theatre
  • October 14 – St. Louis, The Pageant
  • October 15 – Indianapolis, Egyptian Theatre
  • October 17 – Ontario, Arrow Hall
  • October 18 – Columbus, OH, Promowest Pavillion
  • October 20 – Dayton, OH, Hara Arena
  • October 21 – Cleveland, Kent State Gym
  • November 2 – Detroit, State Theatre
  • November 3 – Chicago, Riviera Theatre
  • November 6 – Des Moines, Val Air Ballroom
  • November 8 – Denver, Fillmore Auditorium
  • November 9 – Salt Lake City, Saltair Pavillion
  • November 10 – Boise, Big Easy
  • November 12 – Spokane, WA, Convention Center
  • November 14 – Seattle, Paramount Theatre
  • November 15 – Salem, OR, Armory
  • November 18 – Sacramento, Memorial Auditorium
  • November 19 – San Francisco, Warfield Theatre
  • November 23 – Las Vegas, House of Blues
  • November 25 – Phoenix, Mesa Amphitheatre
  • November 27 – Tucson, New West
  • November 28 – San Diego, Rimac Arena, UCSD
  • November 30 – Santa Barbara, UCSB Events Center
  • December 1 – Los Angeles, Universal Amphitheatre

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