Jeff Lynne’s ELO Landing Soon For 2018 Tour

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On Nov. 13, 2017, Jeff Lynne’s ELO announced the first dates of a 2018 U.S. tour, as well as their return to the U.K. and Europe for an extended run. The shows will see the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2017 inductee perform in the U.S. in August and across the continent in September and October.

Demand for tickets was so great that second dates were quickly added in two U.K. cities: London and Birmingham. Lynne also added second shows in New York and Los Angeles.

On Jan. 16, Lynne added additional U.K. shows in three markets due to “phenomenal demand.” And on March 19, a fourth London date was announced. (See complete tour listing below.)

The August dates represent Lynne’s first U.S. tour in over 30 years. Tickets for the tour are available at and StubHub.

In the original announcement, Lynne said, “Our audiences are amazing. It’s like they’re in the group. We can’t wait to play for them again.”

ELO has had 26 U.K. Top 40 singles, including “Evil Woman,” “Telephone Line,” “Livin’ Thing” and “Mr. Blue Sky,” helping sell over 50 million records worldwide.

The June 24, 2017 Wembley Stadium concert was released as Wembley Or Bust on Nov. 17 in a variety of formats. And now it’s making its U.S. television premiere when it bows on Showtime on July 27.

Related: A deluxe, limited edition book about the Wembley performance is being released

In America, Lynne has only done 2015 club dates in New York and Los Angeles to coincide with the release of his Alone in the Universe studio album. He returned in 2016, but only to those same markets where he did three dates at the Hollywood Bowl and two at Radio City Music Hall.

Jeff Lynne’s ELO 2018 Tour Dates (Tickets are available here and here)

Aug 02 – Oakland, CA – Oracle Arena
Aug 04 – Los Angeles, CA – The Forum
Aug 05 – Los Angeles, CA – The Forum
Aug 08 – Denver, CO – Pepsi Center
Aug 10 – Houston, TX – Toyota Center
Aug 13 – Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center
Aug 15 – Chicago, IL – Allstate Arena
Aug 16 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena
Aug 18 – Toronto, ON – Air Canada Centre
Aug 21 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
Aug 22 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
Aug 24 – Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center

Sep 12 – Stockholm – Ericsson Globe Arena
Sep 14 – Oslo – Spektrum Arena
Sep 16 – Copenhagen – Royal Arena
Sep 18 – Hamburg – Barclaycard Arena
Sep 19 – Berlin – Mercedes-Benz Arena
Sep 21 – Munich – Olympiahalle
Sep 23 – Vienna – Stadhalle
Sep 25 – Mannheim – SAP Arena
Sep 27 – Amsterdam – Ziggo Dome
Sep 30 – Nottingham – Motorpoint Arena
Oct 03 – Glasgow – SSE Hydro Arena
Oct 05 – Manchester – Manchester Arena
Oct 06 – Manchester – Manchester Arena
Oct 09 – Newcastle – Metro Radio Arena
Oct 10 – Birmingham – Birmingham Arena
Oct 12 – Birmingham – Birmingham Arena
Oct 13 – Birmingham – Birmingham Arena
Oct 15 – Leeds – First Direct Arena
Oct 17 – London – O2 Arena
Oct 18 – London – O2 Arena
Oct 20 – London – O2 Arena
Oct 21 – London – O2 Arena
Oct 23 – Liverpool -Echo Arena
Oct 25 – Dublin – 3Arena
Oct 26 – Belfast – The SSE Arena

Watch “Evil Woman,” released on Nov. 10, from that performance

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    #1 Turtle 14 November, 2017, 17:43

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