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The Cure band’s Lost World Tour starting on May 10

Last Updated on September 11, 2023 by SPN Editor

Iconic band The Cure’s upcoming Lost World tour from May 10 to July 1, 2023, is creating buzz among die-hard fans. With the announcement of the Pine Knob concert, ticket reservations have started and maniacs are flocking to get seats. The Cure band’s music has captivated audiences for over 40 years with meaningful lyrics and unique sounds that have touched the hearts of millions.

The Cure band’s upcoming Lost World Tour is eagerly awaited and is expected to bring its songs to life like never before. The tour begins in North America in May and travels to Europe and Asia for the rest of the year. The band’s greatest successes, including “Boys Don’t Cry,” “Friday I’m in Love,” and “Just Like Heaven,” are included in the repertoire, along with some lesser-known songs that will surprise even the most ardent fans.

The Cure band will perform at Pine Knob on June 15, according to insiders, and it will undoubtedly be an amazing event for fans.

The venue, now known as DTE Energy Music Theatre, is an amphitheater with more than 15,000 seats and is the perfect place to listen to Healing’s music.

The Cure band
The Cure’s World Tour Concert is confirmed.

Pine Knob’s Lost World Tour tickets have gone on sale and are moving quickly. There are several ticket types available, with costs ranging from $50 to $500, including general admission, assigned seats, and VIP packages. Exclusive merchandise, early access to the website, and entrance to VIP lounges are all included in the VIP package. Take advantage of your chance to see The Cure band live and up close if you are a great fan.

Tentative date of The Cure band’s 2023 Songs of a Lost World Tour starting from May 10 – July 1, 2023:

  • May 10: New Orleans, La. (Smoothie King Center)
  • May 12: Houston, Tex. (Toyota Center)
  • May 13: Dallas, Tex. (Dos Equis Pavilion)
  • May 14: Austin, Tex. (Moody Center)
  • May 16: Albuquerque, N. Mex. (Isleta Amphitheater)
  • May 18: Phoenix, Ariz. (Desert Diamond Arena)
  • May 20: San Diego, Calif. (NICU Amphitheatre)
  • May 23, 24, 25: Los Angeles, Calif. (Hollywood Bowl)
  • May 27: San Francisco, Calif. (Shoreline Amphitheatre)
  • June 1: Seattle, Wash. (Climate Pledge Arena)
  • June 2: Vancouver, BC (Rogers Arena)
  • June 4: Salt Lake City, Utah: (Vivint Smart Home Arena)
  • June 6: Denver, Colo. (Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre)
  • June 8: Minneapolis/ St. Paul, Minn. (Xcel Energy Center)
  • June 10: Chicago, Ill. (United Center)
  • June 11: Cleveland, Ohio (Blossom Music Center)
  • June 13: Detroit, Mich. (Pine Knob Music Theatre)
  • June 14: Toronto, Ont. (Budweiser Stage)
  • June 16: Montreal, QC (Bell Centre)
  • June 18: Boston, Mass. (Xfinity Center)
  • June 20, 21, 22: New York, NY (Madison Square Garden)
  • June 24: Philadelphia, Penn. (Wells Fargo Center)
  • June 25: Columbia, Md. (Merriweather Post Pavilion)
  • June 27: Atlanta, Ga. (State Farm Arena)
  • June 29: Tampa, Fla. (Amalie Arena)
  • July 1: Miami, Fla. (Miami-Dade Arena)

The experience of seeing The Cure band perform live is unmatched because the band has made a name for itself and has a passionate fan base. There are nevertheless strong arguments for going on this tour even if you’re not a die-hard fan.

An opportunity like The Cure’s Lost World Tour shouldn’t be missed. Everyone can find something to like, regardless of how passionate your appreciation for music is. Don’t miss the opportunity to witness this unique show.

Let’s get ready to sing and dance all night long to our favorite songs because The Cure is known for their energetic and passionate performances.

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