Neil Young And Crazy Horse Announce U.S. Tour Dates

A distinctly American album get a distinctly American tour.

Neil Young & Crazy Horse have officially announced dates for a fall tour of the U.S., which includes a couple of warm-up dates it August at Colorado's Red Rocks. You can view the complete tour itinerary below.

The tour comes in support of their latest album together, Americana, which features reworked versions of American folk classics.

The band also told Rolling Stone that they have another album almost fully written that should surface later this year — perhaps in time for the tour's kickoff in October.

"There are lots of instrumentals, lots of excursions," Young told Rolling Stone. "But they're real songs. It has one that's 26 minutes long … [the tour] is going to be [songs from] the past, the present and the future."

Neil Young and Crazy Horse U.S. Tour Dates:

  • 8/5 Morrison, CO – Red Rocks
  • 8/6 Morrison, CO – Red Rocks
  • 10/08 Cleveland, OH – Wolstein Center
  • 10/09 Pittsburgh, PA – Petersen Center
  • 10/11 Chicago, IL – United Center
  • 10/17 Los Angeles, CA – Hollywood Bowl
  • 10/25 Dallas, TX – Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
  • 11/10 Seattle, WA – Key Arena
  • 11/11 Vancouver, BC – Rogers Arena
  • 11/13 Calgary, AB – Scotiabank Saddledome
  • 11/14 Saskatoon, SK – Credit Union Centre
  • 11/16 Winnipeg, MB – MTS Centre
  • 11/19 Toronto, ONT – Air Canada Centre
  • 11/26 Boston, MA – TD Garden
  • 11/27 New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
  • 11/30 Fairfax, VA – Patriot Center
  • 12/04 Bridgeport, CT – Webster Bank Arena

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Josh Hart

Josh Hart is a former web producer and staff writer for Guitar World and Guitar Aficionado magazines (2010–2012). He has since pursued writing fiction under various pseudonyms while exploring the technical underpinnings of journalism, now serving as a senior software engineer for The Seattle Times.