It’s getting to be a really exciting year for us fans of Vampire Weekend.

As you’ll recall, Vampire Weekend released their first new material in six years, “2021” and “Harmony Hall”, last week to a riotous uproar from fans and news outlets everywhere. As we all now know, the group’s highly-anticipated comeback/fourth album, Father of the Bride, is due out Spring 2019, and we can only imagine what catchy tracks the follow up to 2013’s Modern Vampires Of The City will bring. And now, as of Wednesday morning, it’s confirmed the band will finally be on the road again, snaking all across the country, hitting every major city and many in-between. With a months-long US tour to commemorate the release, fans can rest assured there’ll never be a dull moment this year, unlike the wait during the previous six.

Despite the years-long hiatus, Vampire Weekend never ceased to be relevant. Their songs were done so remarkably that fans never got tired, and instead found community in each other, banding together on their love for these songs that was only growing bigger. In fact, it seemed the NYC three-piece became even more popular in their absence; it was almost impossible to escape the uproar that even the smallest of VW-related news would cause. We’re a bit surprised, given the hubbub, that they weren’t confirmed for Coachella or any other major festival, but this full US tour more than makes up for it. That and we still have a few more festival lineups to go (cough, cough, Lollapalooza).

Tickets go on sale to the public here on Friday, February 8, but dedicated fans can register here to have access to the presale, which begins this coming Tuesday, February 5. Every online ticket purchased will be accompanied by a physical CD copy of the band’s forthcoming album, Father of the Bride. A full list of shows can be found below.

Vampire Weekend — 2019 Tour Dates
May 17 — Gulf Shores, AL // Hangout Music Festival
June 05 — Toronto, ON // RBC Echo Beach
June 07 — Indianapolis, IN // Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park
June 08 — Milwaukee, WI // BMO Harris Pavilion
June 09 — Minneapolis, MN // The Armory
June 11 — Madison, WI //The Sylvee
June 12 — St. Louis, MO // Fabulous Fox Theatre
June 14 — Cleveland, OH // Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
June 15 — Cincinnati, OH // PNC Pavilion
June 16 — Chicago, IL // Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
June 18 — Nashville, TN // Ascend Amphitheater
June 21 — Raleigh, NC // Red Hat Amphitheater
June 22 — Charlotte, NC // Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre
June 23 — Dover, DE // Firefly Festival
August 16 — Oklahoma City, OK // The Criterion
August 17 — Houston, TX // White Oak Music Hall
August 18 — Dallas, TX // The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
August 20 — Austin, TX // ACL Live
August 21 — Austin, TX // ACL Live
August 24 — Miami, FL // James L. Knight Center
August 25 — St. Augustine, FL // St. Augustine Amphitheatre
August 27 — Atlanta, GA // Fox Theatre
August 30 — Norfolk, VA // Ted Constant Convocation Center
September 03 — Boston, MA // Agganis Arena
September 04 — Philadelphia, PA // Mann Center for the Performing Arts
September 06 — New York, NY // Madison Square Garden
September 08 — Montreal, QC // MTELUS
September 25 — Vancouver, BC // Festival Lawn at Deer Lake Park
September 27 — Seattle, WA // WaMu Theater
September 28 — Portland, OR // McMenamins Edgefield
October 01 — San Francisco, CA // Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
October 02 — Los Angeles, CA // Hollywood Bowl
October 03 — San Diego, CA // CalCoast Credit Union Open Air Theatre at SDSU
October 06 — Salt Lake City, UT// The Complex
October 08 — Denver, CO// Red Rocks Amphitheatre