Hall and Oates Add 2019 Dates

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Hall and Oates (Photo: Stuart Berg; used with permission)

Daryl Hall & John Oates continue to add shows to their 2019 concert calendar. The schedule includes their first-ever South American tour dates with concerts in Argentina, Chile and Brazil, and include other 2019 concerts and festival appearances in the U.S., U.K. and Europe.

From the mid-’70s to the mid-’80s, Hall and Oates scored six #1 singles, including “Rich Girl,” “Kiss on My List,” and “Maneater” from their six consecutive multi-platinum albums. The string of hits would also produce an additional five Top 10 singles including classic rock favorites “Sara Smile,” “One on One” and “You Make My Dreams.” In 1987, the RIAA recognized Daryl Hall and John Oates as the top-selling duo in pop music history, a record they still hold. In 2018 Daryl and John had a top 10 Adult Contemporary single with “Philly Forget Me Not,” featuring Train.

Watch Hall and Oates perform two favorites in 2018

Related: When Hall and Oates made a triumphant return to the Garden

Daryl Hall and John Oates 2019 Tour Dates (Tickets are available here and here)

Jun 06 – Luna Park Stadium – Buenos Aires, Argentina
Jun 08 – Movistar Arena – Santiago, Chile
Jun 11 – Espaco das Americas – Sao Paulo, Brazil
Jul 02 – Madrid, Spain – Noches del Botanico
Jul 05 – Iveagh Gardens – Dublin, Ireland
Jul 08 – Live at the Marquee – Cork, Ireland
Jul 10 – Paris, France – Salle Pleyel
Jul 13 – Weert, Netherlands – Bospop
Jul 14 – Rotterdam, Netherlands – North Sea Jazz Fest
Jul 16 – Antwerp, Belgium – Rivierenhof
Aug 15 – Marvin Sands PAC – Canandaigua, NY
Aug 17 – Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion – Gilford, NH
Aug 19 – Huntington, WV – Big Sandy Superstore Arena
Aug 21 – Youngstown, OH – Covelli Centre
Aug 23 – Madison, WI – Breese Stevens Field
Aug 25 – Breese Stevens Field – Madison, WI
Aug 28 – Falcon Heights, MN – Minnesota State Fair
Aug 30 – Atlantic City, NJ – Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena
Sep 01 – Allentown Fairgrounds – Allentown, PA
Sep 12 – Reno, NV – Reno Events Center
Sep 14 – Puyallup, WA – Washington State Fair
Sep 19 – Charleston, SC – MUSC Health Stadium
Sep 21 – Bourbon & Beyond Festival – Louisville, KY
Sep 24 – Birmingham, AL – Oak Mountain Amphitheater
Sep 26 – Little Rock, AR – Verizon Arena
Sep 28 – WinStar World Casino – Thackerville, OK

Related: Links for 100s of classic rock tours

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  1. Nbrooks503
    #1 Nbrooks503 23 March, 2019, 15:09

    We attended the HO concert at the Coliseum on March 22, 2019. Having been to numerous concerts since 1963 I can authortively state that Hall and Oates was the worst, and it was all to do with the sound mix. Bass, percussion overpowered everything. It was impossible to hear individual instruments even during solos. The mix was a muddy cacophony of sound in a venue that is renown for it premier acoustics and sound (we’ve seen Rod Stewart here many times and the sound was superb).

    I was told that rather than use the Coliseum in house sound engineers, H and O used their own.

    The result was more like a garage band or a bunch of musicians who have never rehearsed.

    In looking at reviews for their tour last year with Train, the sound mix complaints were the same, so the only conclusion I can make is that it was intentional. Perhaps to disguise the vocals, but then the vocals were very hard to hear over the din of the battling instruments.

    I can’t believe I paid $700 for 2 seats and flew in from Houston to see this.

    Also unprofessional were the guitar techs trying out instruments prior to the start of the Concert. All of that is supposed to be done during the sound check when levels are set. But then again judging by the actual performance they probably didn’t bother with a sound check

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  2. GrannyJade
    #2 GrannyJade 27 September, 2019, 15:24

    I am kind of happy to find this where I can say I attended the H and O concert lastnight sept 26 at Verizon arena little rock. I dont know if the arena is to small for their big sound 10k people there but the bass and distortion was awful not to mention the volume was just to overpowering. I’ve never heard it so distorted before and the squeal in the first part. Darryl even mentioned the sound to the sound guys but it never was great.

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