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Arcade Fire Drafts Beck, Feist For We World Tour Dates

Shows begin Aug. 30 in Europe and hit North America Oct. 28.
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In tandem with the release today (May 6) of its new album, We, Arcade Fire has announced a fall world tour with support from Feist in Europe and Beck (playing an acoustic set) in North America. The band is also making its previously announced fifth appearance as the musical guest on NBC’s Saturday Night Live tomorrow.

The European leg begins Aug. 30 in Dublin and runs through Oct. 1 in Warsaw. The North American portion kicks off Oct. 28 in Washington, D.C. and wraps Dec. in Toronto. SPIN understands that second shows are on hold in several cities if the first ones sell out quickly.

Tickets go on sale May 13. In conjunction with PLUS1, One dollar, euro or pound from each purchase will benefit KANPE’s efforts to support vulnerable communities in Haiti.

Arcade Fire 2022 Tour Dates:

Aug. 30: Dublin (3Arena)
Sept. 2: Birmingham, England (Utility Arena)
Sept. 3: Manchester, England (AO Arena)
Sept. 5: Glasgow (OVO Hydro)
Sept. 8: London (The O2)
Sept. 11: Lille, France (Zenith)
Sept. 12: Antwerp, Belgium (Sportpaleis)
Sept. 14: Cologne, Germany (Lanxess Arena)
Sept. 15: Paris (Accor Arena)
Sept. 17: Milan (Mediolanum Forum)
Sept. 18: Munich (Olymphiahalle)
Sept. 21: Madrid (WiZink Center)
Sept. 22-23: Lisbon (Campo Pequeno)
Sept. 25: Bordeaux, France (Arkea Arena)
Sept. 26: Nantes, France (Zenith de Nantes)
Sept. 28: Amsterdam (Ziggo Dome)
Sept. 29: Berlin (Mercedes-Benz Arena)
Oct. 1: Warsaw (COS Torwar)
Oct. 28: Washington, D.C. (The Anthem)
Nov. 1: Camden, N.J. (Waterfront Music Pavilion)
Nov. 4: Brooklyn, N.Y. (Barclays Center)
Nov. 8: Boston (MGM Fenway Music Hall)
Nov. 10: Uncasville, Ct. (Mohegan Sun)
Nov. 12: Chicago (United Center)
Nov. 13: Minneapolis (The Armory)
Nov. 16: Los Angeles (Kia Forum)
Nov. 19: San Francisco (Bill Graham Civic Auditorium)
Nov. 22: Seattle (Climate Pledge Arena)
Nov. 25: Vancouver (Rogers Arena)
Nov. 27: Edmonton, Alberta (Rogers Place)
Dec. 1: Toronto (Scotiabank Arena)