Goodbye Cruel World and hello Spring 2024! You heard it right – Gary Numan is returning to Southern California next year as part of a North American tour!
Following his incredible performances at the recent Cruel World Festival, Numan is taking to the road with Ministry and Front Line Assembly.
The synth-rock icon will deliver his bone-crushing sound at the Music Box in San Diego on April 10th, then he will roll up the I-5 to play the Observatory in Santa Ana on April 11th.
As for support for the local shows, that honor goes to I Speak Machine.
The living legend tore it up at Cruel World in Pasadena. Fans who were there described it as an MTV video come to life.
His Cruel World set included classics we can expect to hear on this tour as well: Songs like “Are Friends Electric?,” “Metal,” “My Name is Ruin,” “Complex” along with his super-hit “Cars.”
Be prepared for new music too off the new album, which includes fan favorites, “The Gift,” “The Chosen,” “Betrayed,” and the title track, “Intruder.”
If you haven’t seen his live performance before, this is your chance to see him up close and personal. He really is something special on stage.
The tour is a re-set of last spring’s Ministry, Gary Numan and Front Line Assembly road trip. The 2024 spring tour will blast off February 27th in San Francisco and runs through April 5th. Then the newly added SoCal will also be included which has him landing at The Fonda in Los Angeles on April 7th, The Music Box in San Diego on April 10th, and The Observatory in Santa Ana on April 11th.
No matter how you like your music -loud-louder or super loud and fast, this tour is meant for you.
Tickets go on sale this Friday. Do yourself a favor and check this tour out!