The brand new live show announced with 135 minutes length promises once again emotional moments from all creative periods of the band - and for the first time also the presentation of brand new songs! It is already certain that also at these shows old and new fans will go home happy.
Their impressive headlining shows in the festival summer of 2019 made it clear that The Cure show no signs of fatigue even more than 40 years after their formation in 1978. With an immense song selection from 13 studio albums, including groundbreaking works such as 'Pornography' (1983), 'Disintegration' (1989) and 'Bloodflowers' (2000), as well as over 40 worldwide single hits such as 'A Forest' 'Boys Don't Cry' or 'Friday I'm In Love', the band around frontman Robert Smith has always masterfully understood how to turn every concert into a unique experience.
After receiving countless awards, including the prestigious Ivor Novello Award and two Grammy nominations, The Cure was inducted into the 'Rock `n' Roll Hall of Fame' in 2019. In the same year, the band began recording new songs for their much-anticipated 14th studio album, which has since been completed and will soon see the light of day.