Hole, the newly reformed band fronted by Courtney Love, is set to make a US tour in support of just-released album Nobody's Daughter. Announced on April 21, the tour leg begins June 22 and includes dates in Philadelphia, Boston, and Washington DC, with many more expected to follow.
Hole's first round of US tour dates:
22: Electric Factory: Philadelphia, PA
23: House of Blues: Boston, MA
25: Wellmont Theatre: Montclair, NJ
27: 9:30 Club: Washington, DC
On May 3, the band is set to embark on a UK tour; additional European dates had been planned but have been postponed due to "a legal matter stateside," according to the band's website.
Nobody's Daughter, Hole's fourth album and the first since 1998's Celebrity Skin, releases on April 23 internationally. The album, which includes the singles "Skinny Little Bitch" and "Samantha," features Love with her new Hole lineup: guitarist/songwriting partner Micko Larkin, bassist Shawn Dailey, and drummer Stu Fischer.
General tickets go on sale April 23 and 24.