Published Jun 10, 2015Prog nerds rejoiced when legendary British group King Crimson announced Canadian tour last month. Due to overwhelming demand, the trek has now been slightly expanded.
Already scheduled for two dates in Toronto on November 19 and 20, the group have added an additional stop. They'll play another Toronto show on November 21. All three nights take place at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre.
If you're hoping to score tickets to the newly announced Toronto stop, they'll become available on June 12.
In addition to Toronto's shows, King Crimson will bring audiences to the court of the crimson king with stops scheduled in Quebec City, Montreal, Calgary, Vancouver and Victoria.
The seven-piece lineup of King Crimson on this tour includes drummers Gavin Harrison, Bill Rieflin and Pat Mastelotto, bassist Tony Levin, sax/flautist Mel Collins, guitarist and vocalist Jakko Jakszxyk and, of course, guitarist Robert Fripp.
King Crimson's full tour itinerary is available below.
08/31-09/01 Aylesbury, UK - Waterside Theatre
09/03 Cardiff, UK - St. David's Hall
09/05 Brighton, UK - Dome Concert Hall
09/07-08 London, UK - Hackney Empire
09/11-12 Manchester, UK - The Lowry
09/14-15 Birmingham, UK - Symphony Hall
09/17-18 Edinburgh, UK - Usher Hall
09/20-22 Paris, France - Olympia
09-24-25 Utrecht, NL - Tivoliredenburg
11/13-14 Quebec City, QC - Palais Montcalm
11/16-17 Montreal, QC - Théâtre St-Denis
11/19-21 Toronto, ON - Queen Elizabeth Theatre
11/24 Calgary, AB - Jack Singer Concert Hall
11/26-27 Vancouver, BC - Vogue Theatre
11/29 Victoria, BC - Royal Theatre