E Street band guitarist and break-out Sopranos star Steven Van Zandt has announced a 2017 North America headlining tour in support of his solo LP Soulfire, which was released this past May. Van Zandt will be joined by his backing band the Disciples of Soul. The tour is in addition to his previously scheduled 'Soulfire' dates in the UK and Europe. At this time, no opening act has been announced.
The North America stretch will begin on September 23 in Port Chester, New York following an appearance at New Jersey's Laid Back Festival on September 21, which is a Gregg Allman tribute show. The group travels throughout the northeast in September and early October until heading to the midwest and west coast on October 6. Following performances in Chicago, San Francisco, Seattle, and Los Angeles, the tour concludes on October 26 in Ft. Lauderdale after a two-show stint in Texas.
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When do Steven Van Zandt 2017 tour tickets go on sale and what is the presale code?
The general public on-sale for the North America tour begins as early as August 12, 2017 at 10 AM. Tickets for the European leg of the tour are already on sale.
Presales for Citicard members are currently underway. Presales for Music Geeks, Live Nation, LN Mobile App, Ticketmaster, VIP Packages, and local venues / radio will follow.
For the Citi cardmember presale you can use the promo passcode 412800, but you'll need a Citi card to complete your purchase. The Live Nation presale offer code is CHORUS and the LN Mobile app password is COVERT. The Music Geeks presale password is MUSICGEEKS.
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Soulfire is Van Zandt's first solo effort since 1999, and "without question his purest and most uniquely personal artistic statement thus far," according to Ken Weinstein at Big Hassle.
The album sees the Rock & Roll Hall of Famer revisiting songs that span the length of his career as artist, performer, producer, arranger, and songwriter, focusing directly on the hugely influential "soul horns-meet-rock 'n' roll guitars" approach he first pioneered on Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes' classic first three albums.