Asia has announced a complete list of dates for the upcoming U.S. tour celebrating its 30th anniversary. The trek, which kicks off October 17 in Red Bank, New Jersey, is scheduled to visit 25 cities through a November 23 show in Manistee, Michigan. The band features its original lineup -- former King Crimson singer/bassist John Wetton, Emerson, Lake & Palmer drummer Carl Palmer, Yes guitarist Steve Howe and Yes/ex-Buggles keyboardist Geoffrey Downes.
In conjunction with the anniversary, the prog-rock supergroup will release a new studio effort titled XXX on July 3. The first single from the album, "Face on the Bridge," was released this past week and a video for the tune is viewable now online.
"[XXX] encapsulates, lyrically and instrumentally, the essence of Asia today," Wetton says in a statement. "However, it is the very same four people that gave you the original, iconic album 30 years ago. If you loved it then, you will love it now."
Also coming from Asia is a deluxe edition of the group's 1982 self-titled debut, which will include two CDs and a DVD featuring the new documentary Asia -- 30 Years On. In addition, the band is planning to release a new concert DVD, Resonance, in the fall. The disc features footage of Asia performing in Switzerland during its previous tour.
Here are all of Asia's confirmed U.S. tour dates, according to OriginalAsia.com:
10/17 -- Red Bank, NJ, Count Basie
10/18 -- Boston, MA, Wilbur Theater
10/19 -- Westbury, NY, Westbury Theater
10/20 -- Philadelphia, PA, Keswick
10/21 -- Wilmington, DE, Opera House
10/23 -- Verona, NY, Turning Stone Casino
10/25 -- Ridgefield, CT, Ridgefield Playhouse
10/26 -- Uncasville, CT, Mohegan Sun
10/27 -- New York, NY, Best Buy Theater
10/28 -- York, PA, Strand Capital
10/30 -- Annapolis, MD, Rams Head On Stage
10/31 - Pittsburgh, PA, Carnegie Hall of Homestead
11/1 -- Royal Oak, MI, Royal Oak
11/2 -- St. Charles, IL, Arcada Theatre
11/3 -- Sloan, IA, Winnavegas Casino Showroom
11/8 -- Santa Ynez, CA, Chumash Casino
11/9 -- Agoura Hills, CA, Canyon Club
11/10 -- Las Vegas, NV, Green Valley Casino
11/11 -- San Juan Capistrano, CA, Coach House
11/13 -- Scottsdale, AZ, Talking Stick Casino
11/16 -- Dallas, TX, Granada Theater
11/17 -- Austin, TX, One World Theatre (two shows)
11/20 -- Clearwater, FL, Capitol Theatre
11/21 -- Orlando, FL, Fl Plaza Theatre
11/23 -- Manistee, MI, Little River Casino Resort
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