Published Apr 01, 2019This July will mark a decade since Sigur Rós frontman Jónsi and composer Alex Somers released their Riceboy Sleeps album, and the pair have now announced plans to celebrate the milestone with a North American tour.
The 10-date run, which begins on October 11 in Seattle, will find the pair performing the album alongside the Wordless Music Orchestra and Choir. The trek marks the first time that the album will be performed in its entirety.
"After all these years and having never fully realized our album in a live environment we are so excited to come play a few special shows," the pair wrote in a statement. "We'll be playing together with the Wordless Music Orchestra and Choir. And we'll be playing in some really beautiful rooms and we can't wait to share in this experience together."
Two Canadian stops have been included on the tour. The pair will first play Montreal's Théâtre Maisonneuve on October 23 before playing Toronto's Queen Elizabeth Theatre on October 25.
You can find a complete tour itinerary below.
Tickets go on sale Friday (April 5) at 10:00 a.m. local time. Jónsi and Alex also mapped out Riceboy Sleeps performances in Europe and the U.K. last month.
10/11 Seattle, WA – Paramount Theatre
10/14 San Francisco, CA – Golden Gate Theatre
10/15 Los Angeles, CA – Orpheum Theatre
10/18 Denver, CO – Paramount Theatre
10/21 Chicago, IL – Copernicus Center
10/23 Montreal, QC – Théâtre Maisonneuve
10/25 Toronto, ON – Queen Elizabeth Theatre
10/28 Washington, DC – Lincoln Theatre
10/30 Boston, MA – The Wilbur
10/31 Brooklyn, NY – Kings Theatre