Esteemed electronic musician Moby will launch a North American tour Sept. 8 at the Red Rocks Amphitheater just outside of Denver.
A spokesperson for the Connecticut-bred techno pioneer confirmed 33 dates on Monday and said more would be announced.
In July Moby released Mobysongs: 199398, a greatest-hits collection covering his years with Elektra Records, before his 1999 album, Play, made him an international dance-music luminary.
Mobysongs includes the 1997 single "James Bond Theme," the live staple "Go," and "Feeling So Real" (RealAudio excerpt), from Moby's 1995 album, Everything Is Wrong.
Play, one of the most critically praised albums in recent years, continues to have an impact on sales and club charts, as all 18 songs from the album have been licensed for commercial use of some sort.
Before hitting the United States, Moby will perform Saturday and Sunday, respectively, at the V2000 festival in Stafford and Chelmsford, England, and Aug. 23 at the club Privilege in Ibiza, Spain.
Moby tour dates:
Sept. 8; Denver, Colo.; Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Sept. 9; Salt Lake City, Utah; Kingsbury Hall
Sept. 10; Boise, Idaho; Doubletree Ballroom
Sept. 12; Vancouver, B.C.; Plaza Of Nations
Sept. 13; Seattle, Wash.; Paramount Theatre
Sept. 14; Portland, Ore.; Portland Art Museum
Sept. 1617; San Francisco, Calif.; The Warfield
Sept. 18; Santa Barbara, Calif.; Arlington Theatre
Sept. 23; San Diego, Calif.; Cox Arena
Sept. 24; Los Angeles, Calif.; Greek Theatre
Sept. 26; Phoenix, Ariz.; Web Theatre
Sept. 27; Albuquerque, N.M.; Sunshine Theatre
Sept. 29; Houston, Texas; Ariel Theatre at Bayou Place
Sept. 30; Dallas, Texas; Bronco Bowl
Oct. 1; Austin, Texas; Austin Music Hall
Oct. 3; St. Louis, Mo.; American Center
Oct. 4; Kansas City, Mo.; Memorial Hall
Oct. 5; Minneapolis, Minn.; Roy Wilkins Auditorium
Oct. 6; Chicago, Ill.; Aragon Ballroom
Oct. 8; Milwaukee, Wis.; Eagles Ballroom
Oct. 10; Cleveland, Ohio; Agora Theatre
Oct. 12; Detroit, Mich.; State Theatre
Oct. 13; Rochester, N.Y.; Rochester Institute
Oct. 14; Toronto, Ontario; Warehouse
Oct. 15; Ithaca, N.Y.; Cornell
Oct. 17; Montreal, Quebec; Metropolis
Oct. 1920; Boston, Mass.; TBA
Oct. 21; New York, N.Y.; Hammerstein Ballroom
Oct. 25; Norfolk, Va.; The NorVa
Oct. 27; Atlanta, Ga.; Tabernacle
Nov. 3; Philadelphia, Pa.; Electric Factory