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Paul Weller Adds North American Tour Dates In April!

Paul Weller's US label has posted some US tour dates. There are only three at the moment including a date in Seattle, which would be a return to a city that Paul has not played in quite a few years. It's also being reported that Paul will play one of the biggest festivals of the year in California called, Coachella on April 19.

WED 04.15.09 The Moore - Seattle, WA

FR 04.17.09 The Warfield - San Francisco, CA

TH 04.23.09 The Beacon, New York, NY

Hopefully there will be more dates added and we'll update this space as soon as we know.


  1. tickets??? how do I get tickets!! Seattle.

  2. Not on sale as of yet. Hopefully, they are trying to schedule and confirm more dates.

    Peace and SOUL,

  3. Hopefully he shuns Coachella and plays a couple night at the House of Blues or somewhere small.

  4. You know, San Diego is lovely in April.

  5. I have Friday the 24th off and the following Monday. I hope he plays some more east coast dates...I am willing to fly to a show if need be.

  6. How come you can't get tickets to the beacon show in nyc on 4/23?

  7. He's officially on this list at Coachella (it's in Indio, northeast of San Diego...desert beauty...thankfully not in Summer):

    He's right there under Paul McCartney.

    Personally, I think Weller should be the headliner!

    But what do I know?


  8. Please come back to Ontario - Toronto this fall please!!


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