Morrissey

Morrissey Tour Dates 2017

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Morrissey Past Tour Dates (267)

SatApr 15 2017 Majestic Theatre - Dallas, TX, US Go!
FriApr 14 2017 White Oak Music Hall - Houston, TX, US Go!
WedApr 12 2017 HEB Performance Hall At Tobin Center for the Performing Arts - San Antonio, TX, US Go!
MonApr 10 2017 Fox Theatre - Tucson, AZ, US Go!
SunApr 09 2017 with Morrissey · Cage the Elephant · Alkaline Trio · Taking Back Sunday · Streetlight Manifesto · The Observatory - Santa Ana, CA, US Go!
SatApr 08 2017 The Observatory - Santa Ana, CA, US Go!
FriMar 31 2017 Palacio de los Deportes - Mexico City, Mexico Go!
WedMar 29 2017 Auditorio Citibanamex - Monterrey, Mexico Go!
SunNov 27 2016 Aragon Ballroom - Chicago, IL, US Go!
FriNov 25 2016 State Theatre - The Playhouse Square Center - Cleveland, OH, US Go!
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About Morrissey

Morrissey is a singer and lyricist. He rose to fame in the 1980s as the lyricist and vocalist of the rock band The Smiths. In March 1988, he released his first solo album, Viva Hate. In 1999, he did a tour called Oye Esteban and was one of the headliners of the Coachella Festival. In 2002, Morrissey returned with a world tour, that concerts took place in US, Europe, Australia and Japan. Morrissey's 2012 tour started in Chile and visited Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Indonesia and the Philippines. Top songs: Everyday Is Like Sunday, Suedehead, and You Have Killed Me.

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