Damien Rice’s upcoming tour is now a worldwide affair. The singer is now slated to play in 11 countries – on top of the U.S. and Canada – from March to August. Ticket prices won’t be cheap, either.
The tour kicks off at the Tabernacle in Atlanta on March 31 and will run on its first North American leg through April 24, when it wraps at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. From there, Rice will play show in Mexico, Spain, Argentina and the U.K. before returning stateside in mid-June.
Other countries he’ll make tour stops in include Belgium, Ireland, France, Switzerland, Demark and Germany. The tour will officially conclude at the Down the Rabbit Hole Festival in the Netherlands in late-August.
The singer’s most expensive North American date will be on April 13 when he plays the Murat Theatre at Old National Centre in Indiana. That show owns a secondary average of $252.50 and get-in price starts at $39.
Rice is touring in support of “My Favourite Faded Fantasy”, which was released last October. It’s his first studio album since 2006’s “9”, marking nearly eight years in between studio records.