Updated on February 5, 2016: Most ticket presales are now over, so we moved that information below the tour dates.
Alternative rock stalwarts The Smashing Pumpkins have announced 2016 tour dates that are being billed as In Plainsong, an acoustic electro evening. Members for this tour will include Billy Corgan (lead vocals, guitar, keyboards), Jimmy Chamberlin (drums, percussion, vocals), and Jeff Schroeder (guitar, vocals). The opening act for all the dates will be Liz Phair.
Twenty concerts have been scheduled so far, kicking off March 22 and wrapping up on April 20. There will be multiple shows in California and Texas.
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When do Smashing Pumpkins In Plainsong 2016 North America tour tickets go on sale and what is the presale code?
Presales are currently underway for fanclub members, VIP packages, and Citi cardmembers. Ticketmaster presales begin on February 3, Live Nation and LN Mobile App presales begin as early as February 4. The general public on-sale begins as early as February 5, 2016 at 9 AM EST.
The artist presale password is PLAINSONG and/or ELECTRO. The Live Nation presale offer code is AWARDS and the LN Mobile App password is COVERT. We suggest following The Smashing Pumpkins on social media, in addition to signing up for your local venue's email newsletter, to get the most up-to-date information.
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You can find more info at The Smashing Pumpkins' official website, where they reflected on the success of an acoustic tour in 2015:
Last year's shows sold out in a matter of minutes, and the iconic venues the band picked for the performances proved the perfect intimate settings for an evening of acoustic based music and electronic soundscapes that allowed the Pumpkins to explore their whole song catalog in a unique way. The reaction to the run was overwhelmingly positive, with reviews calling the performances "electric" and "emotionally charged".
"What started as an interest in playing a truly different kind of show and looking for a different way to explore their storied musical past morphed into something new and exciting for the fans in every city", said the group's manager Peter Katsis, "this touches the opposing side to The Pumpkins usual roar!"
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