(CelebrityAccess News Service) – On the occasion of the 20th anniversary since the release of The Alarm's debut American single, "The Stand," and first tour of North America as guests of U2 during 1983's War Tour, The Alarm will host a three night 'stand' of residencies in New York, Boston, Chicago and Los Angeles in November.
On Mondays November 3, 10 and 17, The Alarm will play The Knitting Factory (East) in New York; on Wednesdays November 5, 12 and 19, they are at The Middle East in Boston;
on Thursdays November 6, 13 and 20, they will perform at The Elbow Room in Chicago; and
on Fridays November 7, 14 and 21, they are at The Knitting Factory (West) in Hollywood, Los Angeles.
At each venue, Mike Peters and The Alarm will perform two sets a night with old and new
material including some new songs from "The Poppy Fields Collection" – the first
recorded music in over 10 years to carry the hallmark of The Alarm. The band will also be inviting some very special guests to play support and/or to join them onstage during the course of the three week event.
Tickets are for all shows are $15 in advance. Season tickets (available through the band's website only) for three shows in one are $35 and qualify the ticket holder for aftershow party passes.–Bob Grossweiner and Jane Cohen