There are a few bands still together that tour that define an era. For many, Echo & The Bunnymen are a quintessential band that personifies the ’80s.
Originally formed in 1978, the lads from Liverpool are back at it celebrating 40 years of Bunnydom!
They are calling this tour 40 Years of Magical Songs. Ask any of their fans which span the entire planet and they will serve witness to anyone that the tour name is more of statement of fact.
We all fell in love with the Bunnymen with hits like “Never Stop,” “The Cutter,” “The Killing Moon,” “Lips Like Sugar,” “Seven Seas,” “Do It Clean,” “People Are Strange,” “Bring on the Dancing Horses” and “Bedbugs and Ballyhoo.”
The hit parade varies depending on when you first heard their music. Despite the change in music climate over the decades, Echo & The Bunnymen have remained fan favorites worldwide.
The band’s core has been consistent featuring lead singer Ian McCulloch and guitarist Will Sergeant.
The band will celebrate 40 years of sonic poetry with a North American Summer tour which will hit Southern California.
OBSERVATORY NORTH PARK
August 24, 2022
The ACE HOTEL
August 26, 2022
The tour launches August 15th in Atlanta and will feature shows at The Observatory North Park on August 24th.
Then the tour will head up the interstate to play The Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on August 26th. The tour finishes off September 17th in Washington, DC.
Who knows how many tours this band has in them, but one thing is certain, they are the voice of a generation. It is highly recommended you catch them when they play in your backyard, so go catch this legendary band.