Arizona-dwelling Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan's side project, Puscifier, has announced fall tour dates, including two shows at Phoenix's stunning Orpheum Theatre.
The show, which actually allows you to see Maynard, unlike Tool's concerts, where he stands on the back of the stage, has been explained as, "a performance art spectacle equal parts comedy cabaret show, guerrilla theater, lysergic animation sequences, Krautrock-inspired metallic jams and leering lunacy of various stripes."
Sounds cool to me. Better than Tool, anyway. Full list of dates below.
October 29 Las Vegas, NV The Pearl @ The Palms
October 31 San Diego, CA Spreckels Theatre
November 1 San Diego, CA Spreckels Theatre
November 4 Oakland, CA Fox Oakland Theater
November 5 Oakland, CA Fox Oakland Theater
November 10 Seattle, WA Moore Theatre
November 11 Seattle, WA Moore Theatre
November 13 Vancouver, BC Centre For The Performing Arts
November 17 Salt Lake City, UT Capitol Theatre
November 18 Salt Lake City, UT Capitol Theatre
November 20 Denver, CO Paramount Theatre
November 21 Denver, CO Paramount Theatre
November 24 Dallas, TX McFarlin Memorial Auditorium - SMU Campus
November 25 Dallas, TX McFarlin Memorial Auditorium - SMU Campus
November 27 Houston, TX Jones Hall For The Performing Arts
December 1 El Paso, TX Abraham Chavez Theatre
December 3 Phoenix, AZ Orpheum Theatre
December 4 Phoenix, AZ Orpheum Theatre
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