The Cure announce ‘Reflections’ tour (and we share some relevant cool memorabilia!)

This week, The Cure revealed a new round of dates for their ‘Reflections’ tour which sees members of both the current and past line-up performing the first three Cure albums in their entirety. The band announced that the final cities to experience this epic set will be London, Los Angeles and New York:

Nov 15th – Royal Albert Hall, London, UK
Nov 21st – Pantages Theatre, LA, USA
Nov 22nd – Pantages Theatre, LA, USA
Nov 23rd – Pantages Theatre, LA, USA
Nov 25th – Beacon Theatre, NYC, USA
Nov 26th – Beacon Theatre, NYC, USA
Nov 27th – Beacon Theatre, NYC, USA

Here’s a look at how the Reflections show will break down on each night, alongside some appropriately slotted in concert memorabilia that’s been contributed by the Songkick community:

SET 1 (approx 40 minutes)
‘THREE IMAGINARY BOYS’ (1979)

The Cure Trio
Rober Smith: Voice & Guitar
Simon Gallup: Bass
Jason Cooper: Drums

Poster from 1979 with support from Joy Division in Canterbury, UK:

Added by shivadescending

Ticket stub from 1979 when they were supporting Siouxsie & The Banshees:

Added by andy4464

SET 2 (approx 40 minutes)
‘SEVENTEEN SECONDS’ (1980)

The Cure Quartet
Robert Smith: Voice & Guitar
Simon Gallup: Bass
Jason Cooper: Drums
Roger O’Donnell: Keys

Pin from 1980 ‘Christmas Party’ in London!

Added by Triturus

Ticket stub from 1983 show in London:

Added by Triturus

SET 3 (approx 40 minutes)
‘FAITH’ (1981)

The Cure Quartet
Robert Smith: Voice & Guitar
Simon Gallup: Bass
Jason Cooper: Drums
Roger O’Donnell: Keys & Percussion
Laurence Tolhurst: Keys & Percussion

Great pic from 1981 show in Norwich, UK:

Added by TrevorBenbrook

Ticket stub from 1981 Glasgow show:

Added by stephen1611

 

SET 4 (approx 30 minutes)

‘ENCORES’ of the period…

Tickets for the Royal Albert Hall, London show go on-sale Friday 30th September 2011 at 9am local time.

Tickets for the Pantages Theatre, LA and Beacon Theatre, NYC shows will go on-sale Monday 31st October at 10am local time.

You can check out the rest of The Cure’s concert history here. Thanks to the awesome Songkick community for uploading all this great content!

Comments

Back to the blog