Bryan Ferry announces 2019 world tour celebrating Roxy Music’s classic Avalon album

British music icon and soon to be inducted Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, Bryan Ferry has announced the U.S. leg his brand new 2019 World Tour playing songs from Avalon, solo & Roxy Music hits.

Since the release of his first record with Roxy Music in 1972, Bryan Ferry has been internationally acclaimed as one of the most innovative and stylish musicians, songwriters and singers to emerge in pop and rock music. Widely regarded as the embodiment of the glamorous and romantic worlds evoked by his songs, Ferry is also lauded as an icon of sartorial and personal cool.

A former student of Fine Art, Bryan Ferry remains as involved in the visual aspects of his work as he is in the composition and performance of the music and has conceived and directed some of the most original, controversial and critically applauded album artwork of the last four decades.

Bryan Ferry is an artist and musician that possesses the rare distinction of being regarded as both classic and timelessly contemporary – an accomplishment achieved by both his recordings with Roxy Music and the range and intensity of his solo albums.

Bryan Ferry Avalon tour 2019
2/14­­–Cape Town, South Africa–Grand Arena
2/16–Pretoria, South Africa–Time Square Arena
2/21–Perth, Australia –Kings Park & Botanic Garden
2/23–Yarra Valley, Australia–Rochford Wines
2/26–Melbourne, Australia–Margaret Court Arena
3/1–Sydney, Australia–ICC Sydney Theatre
3/3–Mount Cotton, Australia –Sirromet Wines
3/5–Wellington, New Zealand –TSB Arena
3/7–Auckland, New Zealand–Spark Arena
3/11–Osaka, Japan–Namba Hatch
3/13–Tokyo, Japan–Bunkamura Orchard Hall
5/20–Groningen, Netherlands–De Oosterpoort
5/22–Eindhoven, Netherlands–Muziekgebouw Frits Phillips
5/24–Amsterdam, Netherlands–Royal Theatre Carre
5/26–Frankfurt, Germany–Alte Oper
5/28–Essen, Germany–Theater Und Philharmonie Essen
5/30–Hamburg, Germany–Elbphilharmonie
6/1–Berlin, Germany–Tempodrom
6/3–Wroclaw, Poland–Narodowe Forum Muzyki
6/5–Prague, Czech Republic–Forum Karlin
6/7–Vienna, Austria–Stadthalle
6/9–Linz, Austria–Brucknerhaus
6/11–Munich, Germany–Circus Krone
6/13–Lucerne, Switzerland–KKL
6/15 –Brussels, Belgium–Palais des Beaux-Arts
6/–London, United Kingdom–Royal Albert Hall
6/20–Vejle, Denmark–Byparken Vejle
7/30–Toronto, Ontario–Sony Centre
8/1–Chicago, IL­–Chicago Theatre
8/3–Detroit, MI–Fox Theatre
8/5–Boston, MA–Boston Opera House
8/7–Port Chester, NY–Capitol Theater
8/9–New York, NY–United Palace Theater
8/11–Philadelphia, PA–The Met
8/13–Washington, DC–The Anthem
8/15–Atlanta, GA–Tabernacle
8/17–Nashville, TN–Ryman Auditorium
8/21–Dallas, TX–Majestic Theatre
8/23–Austin, TX–ACL Live at the Moody Theater
8/25–Denver, CO–Paramount Theatre
8/27–San Diego, CA–Copley Symphony Hall
8/29–Los Angeles, CA–Greek Theatre
8/31–Oakland, CA–Fox Theatre
9/3–Seattle, WA–Moore Theatre
9/5–Vancouver, British Columbia–Queen Elizabeth Theatre