Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Announce Reunion Tour Dates

Folk-rock supergroup Crosby Stills Nash & Young held a press conference in New York on Tuesday to announce their upcoming reunion tour, the foursome’s first outing in a quarter of a century.

All four members of the group were present to discuss the tour, dubbed CSNY2K, which kicks off January 24 in Detroit, Michigan; they also plugged their upcoming album, “Looking Forward,” which is due in stores on October 26.

During the conference, the wheelchair-bound Graham Nash addressed his recent boating accident, which resulted in his breaking both of his legs, saying, “Above my knees, I’m perfectly fine. I’m healing well.” He added that by the time the tour starts, he will “be ready to rock.”

Neil Young, who had not recorded with the group since 1988’s “American Dream,” explained that the seeds for his reunion with CSN were sown last year when he and Stills were working on a box set covering the career of their pre-CSNY band, Buffalo Springfield. Soon after that, Stills
invited Young to play on the upcoming CSN record. That led to Young contributing songs of his own to the album and, eventually, rejoining the band.

Young said that the tour will see the group playing songs from “Looking Forward” as well as their hits and songs that they have yet to write. They will also perform songs from each of their solo careers and from their pre-CSNY bands, Buffalo Springfield, The Byrds (David Crosby) and The Hollies (Graham Nash).

The 34-date tour, which is being sponsored by VH1, will have tickets ranging in price from $39.50 to $200.

Here’s where you’ll be able to catch the group:

  • 1/24 – Detroit, MI @ The Palace at Auburn Hills
  • 1/26 – Kansas City, MO @ Kemper Arena
  • 1/29 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Delta Center
  • 2/1 – Tacoma, WA @ Dome
  • 2/2 – Portland, OR @ Rose Garden
  • 2/4 – San Jose, CA @ San Jose Arena
  • 2/7 – Oakland, CA @ Oakland Arena
  • 2/9 – Sacramento, CA @ Arco Arena
  • 2/12 – Los Angeles, CA @ Staples Center
  • 2/15
    – Anaheim, CA @ The Pond
  • 2/19 – Las Vegas, NV @ MGM Grand
  • 2/21 – Phoenix, AZ @ America West Arena
  • 2/23 – Denver, CO @ Pepsi Center
  • 2/26 – Minneapolis, MN @ Target Center
  • 3/6 – Houston, TX @ Compaq Center
  • 3/7 – Dallas, TX @ Reunion Arena
  • 3/9 – Nashville, TN @ Gaylord Entertainment Center
  • 3/11 – Tampa, FL @ Ice Palace
  • 3/12 – Fort Lauderdale, FL @ National Car Rental Center
  • 3/14 – Atlanta, GA @ Philips Arena
  • 3/16 – Charlotte, NC @ Charlotte Coliseum
  • 3/18 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Pittsburgh Civic Center
  • 3/20 – Philadelphia, PA @ First Union Center
  • 3/23 – Cleveland, OH @ Gund Arena
  • 3/24 – Indianapolis, IN @ Conseco Fieldhouse
  • 3/26 – Boston, MA @ Fleet Center
  • 3/30 – Toronto, ON @ Air Canada Centre
  • 4/3 – New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
  • 4/6 – Washington, DC @ MCI Center
  • 4/7 – Columbus, OH @ Schottenstein Center
  • 4/12 – Hartford, CT @ Hartford Civic Center
  • 4/14 – Chicago, IL @ United Center
  • 4/17 – Milwaukee,
    WI @ Bradley Center
  • 4/19 – St. Louis, MO @ Kiel Center

    — Brian Ives