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Garbage Are Coming to Arizona

Garbage is coming to Tempe to play their sophomore album, Version 2.0.
Garbage is coming to Tempe to play their sophomore album, Version 2.0. Joseph Cultice
Twenty years after the release of Garbage's sophomore album, Version 2.0, the band will hit the road to celebrate the record's anniversary. And the 17-city U.S. leg of the tour includes a stop in Arizona.

The 2018 Version 2.0 20th Anniversary Tour will kick off in Seattle on September 29 and come to the Marquee Theatre in Tempe on October 7.

Garbage will play the seminal alternative album in its entirety at each stop, including hits like "Special," "I Think I'm Paranoid," and "Push It."

Before embarking on the tour, Garbage will reissue Version 2.0 with 10 new B-sides. And the tour will also make its way to the U.K. in the fall.

Tickets for Garbage's tour go on sale at 10 a.m. local time on Thursday, April 26, via Ticketweb. Pricing details aren't available as of this writing. For an entire list of the cities they'll be stopping at, visit Garbage's website.
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