Butthole Surfers Taking Weird Revolution On The Road

Psychedelic punks to hit highways for first time in five years.

Psychedelic punks the Butthole Surfers will hit the road for the first time in five years next month to promote their Weird Revolution.

The outing kicks off October 16 in Providence, Rhode Island. Dates run through a November 17 stop in their Austin, Texas, hometown, with more shows to be announced.

Weird Revolution, co-produced by Rob Cavallo (Goo Goo Dolls, Green Day) and Surfer guitarist Paul Leary, hit stores last month. Frontman Gibby Haynes and Kid Rock co-wrote the album's first single, "The Shame of Life," which is garnering airplay on modern-rock radio.

Butthole Surfers tour dates, according to the band's Hollywood Records publicist:

  • 10/16 - Providence, RI @ Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel

  • 10/17 - Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club

  • 10/18 - Philadelphia, PA @ The Trocadero

  • 10/19 - New York, NY @ The World

  • 10/21 - Atlanta, GA @ Cotton Club

  • 10/22 - New Orleans, LA @ Tipitina's

  • 10/26 - Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theatre

  • 10/27 - Tempe, AZ @ Bash on Ash

  • 10/31 - Los Angeles, CA @ Knitting Factory

  • 11/1 - San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall

  • 11/3 - Portland, OR @ B Complex

  • 11/4 - Seattle, WA @ Experience Music Project

  • 11/6 - Salt Lake City, UT @ DV8

  • 11/7 - Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre

  • 11/9 - Chicago, IL @ Vic Theatre

  • 11/11 - Akron, OH @ Highland Theatre

  • 11/12 - Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall

  • 11/14 - St. Louis, MO @ The Galaxy

  • 11/16 - Dallas, TX @ Deep Ellum Live

  • 11/17 - Austin, TX @ La Zona Rosa