Self-proclaimed gypsy-punk rockers GOGOL BORDELLO have just announced a slew of West Coast tour dates for 2018 (full list of dates below)! The tour kicks off in Vancouver on February 18th and hits 9 more markets with 12 shows through the beginning of March! They’ll be touring with the high energy five-piece brass band LUCKY CHOPS who were described by NPR Music as a, “Totally on fire, big ass brass band… gnarly, punky and funky.” The fierce horn players of Lucky chops will even be sitting in on some songs with Gogol Bordello making for a unique and unforgettable time!
2/18 Commodore Ballroom – Vancouver, BC
2/19 Vogue Theatre – Vancouver, BC
2/20 Neptune Theatre – Seattle, WA
2/21 Roseland Theatre – Portland, OR
2/23 Midtown Ballroom – Bend, OR
2/24 Senator Theatre – Chico, CA
2/26 The Catalyst – Santa Cruz, CA
2/27 The Fillmore – San Francisco, CA
2/28 The Fillmore – San Francisco, CA
3/2 The Observatory – Santa Ana, CA
3/3 The Observatory North Park – San Diego, CA
3/5 Fonda Theatre – Los Angeles, CA
Ticket pre-sale begins TODAY at 9:00am PT (General sale starts Friday at 10:00am PT) http://gogolbordello.shop.ticketstoday.com/
Additionally, it’s no secret that this year has been a rollercoaster of madness, so make sure you end it on an insane, sweat soaked high note with Gogol Bordello at Brooklyn Steel (NYC) or The Anthem(DC) where you can dance your stress away! The Wall Street Journal raved about the band’s live performance saying, “Gogol Bordello mashed punk energy with Eastern European modes for a set that received the wildest reception of any show I saw,” while the LA Times said, “Gogol Bordello celebrates sensuality in both words and raucous, joyful internationalist dance rock.”
The band has taken Europe by storm this fall, and is excited to round out the year back in The States. Check out full details below.
DECEMBER 28 Brooklyn Steel w/ Lucky Chops More Info
DECEMBER 29 Brooklyn Steel w/ Lucky Chops More Info
DECEMBER 31st New Year’s Eve Show w/ Thievery Corporation More Info
Gogol Bordello is continuing to support their newest release, SEEKERS AND FINDERS, which finds the nine-piece multi-cultural band in top form – an aural party of violins, accordions, trumpet, marimba amongst the standard rock basics of guitars, drum and bass. “I was still bouncing between Latin America and Eastern Europe when songs were emerging, but finally, as soon as I moved back to New York, it all came into focus… as it always did for me here,” he explains.
Seekers and Finders is out now via Cooking Vinyl.