Portishead Announce Show at 1st Bank Center

PORTISHEAD
w/ Thought Forms

Thursday, October 27th 2011
1st Bank Center

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Portishead are back. They start their fall tour at this year’s All Tomorrow’s Parties presentation, I’ll Be Your Mirror Saturday October 1 & Sunday October 2 taking place in Asbury Park, N.J. Portishead co-curated these two days of the 3 day festival. According to Adrian Utley, “We’ve always thought that we must come back to tour in the states, something we wanted to do with the release of Third, but our schedule just wouldn’t allow it. Being that we were asked to curate I’ll be your Mirror, this just seemed like a good start to touring the states – it set’s it off in absolutely the right way. We are absolutely delighted to come back.”

Below are the tour dates that wrap up with a show on October 27th right here in Colorado.

Portishead Fall Tour 2011

October 1 & 2 – IBYM, Asbury Park, NJ
October 4 – Hammerstein Ballroom NY
October 5 – Hammerstein Ballroom, NY
October 7 – Jacques Cartier Pier, Montreal
October 9 – Sound Academy, Toronto
October 10 – Sound  Academy, Toronto
October 12 – Aragon, Chicago
October 15 – Mexico, Corona Festival
October 18 – Shrine LA
October 21 – Greek, Berkeley, SF
October 23 – WaMu, Seattle
October 24 – PNE Forum, Vancouver
October 27 – 1st Bank Center, Denver

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