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More north american dates will be announced on Monday, but its for the winter. And theres rumor of more north american dates in the summer. So we’ll see when the aussie dates come into play. March would make sense since a lot happens that time of year since it wont be january.

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8 hours ago, Madyaker said:

Fingers crossed for a big glasto shaped hole!

Few sources already said that there is no summer tour in Europe, only in spring, probably april/may

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2 hours ago, Suprefan said:

More north american dates will be announced on Monday, but its for the winter. And theres rumor of more north american dates in the summer. So we’ll see when the aussie dates come into play. March would make sense since a lot happens that time of year since it wont be january.

AU/NZ will be February for sure. Already confirmed by the promoter.

How do you know there‘s an announcement for US dates on Monday? Must be January.

Shatters my theory that we would get everything on Thursday. Damn, I need those EU dates.

Edited by Karlos12345

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On 11/9/2019 at 6:47 AM, Suprefan said:

More north american dates will be announced on Monday, but its for the winter. And theres rumor of more north american dates in the summer. So we’ll see when the aussie dates come into play. March would make sense since a lot happens that time of year since it wont be january.

When today?

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7 hours ago, Karlos12345 said:

When today?

Like now today? Time zones.

Additional U.S. tour dates have been announced. Tickets are on-sale this Friday, Nov. 15 at 10 am local time, with a limited number of VIP packages available exclusively to Tool Army members via Toolband.com this Wednesday, Nov. 13 at 10 am local time.

January 10  San Diego, CA  Viejas Arena 
 

January 12  San Diego, CA  Viejas Arena 

January 15  Fresno, CA  Save Mart Center  

January 17  Las Vegas, NV  T-Mobile Arena 
 

January 18  Glendale, AZ  Gila River Arena 
 

January 21  Austin, TX  Frank Erwin Center  

January 22  Dallas, TX  American Airlines Center
 

January 28  Atlanta, GA  State Farm Arena 
 

January 29  Nashville, TN  Bridgestone Arena  

January 31  Memphis, TN  FedEx Forum 
 

February 1  New Orleans, LA  Smoothie King Center 
 

 

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I would think the only things that get announced way ahead of anything are festival dates if they have them. Other than that, this band knows they can just post new dates with minimal time and expect a sell out. If youre lucky, before the next leg in america you get new shows, since in january there will be a ton of festival announcements.

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16 minutes ago, Suprefan said:

I would think the only things that get announced way ahead of anything are festival dates if they have them. Other than that, this band knows they can just post new dates with minimal time and expect a sell out. If youre lucky, before the next leg in america you get new shows, since in january there will be a ton of festival announcements.

I think a full EU tour in April with more than a handful dates has to be announced this side of christmas.

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2 hours ago, Matt42 said:

Hmmmmmmm when do you reckon they will be in the UK?

Headlining the other stage at glasto obviously!

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Fully expecting two nights at the O2 or something in June when I won't be able to go.

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5 hours ago, Kusy said:

9.05 Prague

Perfect! A Saturday!

EDIT: Announcement for Antwerps Sportpalais tomorrow at 2 pm CET. Tool?

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On 11/13/2019 at 9:32 AM, everest said:

@Kusy do you have info about tour announcement? 

We return to Australia & New Zealand for the first time in six years, playing the following shows:

February 14  Perth, Australia  RAC Arena
February 17  Sydney, Australia  Qudos Bank Arena
February 20  Brisbane, Australia  Entertainment Centre
February 22  Melbourne, Australia  Rod Laver Arena
ticketek.com.au

February 28  Auckland, New Zealand  Spark Arena
ticketmaster.co.nz

Tickets are on-sale Friday, Nov. 22 via Frontiertouring.com/tool. Pre-sale tickets are available on Nov. 20 at 2 pm local time to people who sign-up in advance via Frontiertouring.com/signup

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If Tool play, the rest of the weekend could be terrible but it will still be the best weekend of my life.

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Gonna be tough now, unless its just random festivals for a bit. They are supposed to be a headliner for Bonnaroo, thats mid June. So if they have an EU tour for May, then its likely only that unless its split up and the U.S fest is just in there to break up things. 

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2 hours ago, Suprefan said:

Gonna be tough now, unless its just random festivals for a bit. They are supposed to be a headliner for Bonnaroo, thats mid June. So if they have an EU tour for May, then its likely only that unless its split up and the U.S fest is just in there to break up things. 

That‘s what I expected. Short EU tour in April / May and US fests after. That‘s probably it for the year.

Bonnaroo still is surprising as the January US tour comes quite near to their territory.

Still waiting for that announcement though.......

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7 hours ago, Karlos12345 said:

That‘s what I expected. Short EU tour in April / May and US fests after. That‘s probably it for the year.

Bonnaroo still is surprising as the January US tour comes quite near to their territory.

Still waiting for that announcement though.......

The nashville show sold out within minutes, therefore it would have zero effect on the festival itself sales wise. Its the power of Tool. At least there will be a new audience that hopefully gets into them now.

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