Jane’s Addiction and Love And Rockets to Co-Headline Pier 17 this Fall

Pier 17 has announced a co-headlining show from Jane’s Addiction and Love and Rockets on September 10. This Manhattan show comes as part of a 23-city cross-country tour in August and September.

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Pier 17, located at Manhattan’s South Street Seaport, is one of the city’s most scenic venues. The 1.5 acre rooftop venue is located stories above New York City’s East River. Pier 17 provides concert-goers with stunning views of the Empire State Building, Brooklyn Bridge, Statue of Liberty and other famous sites. With a 3,500 person capacity, the venue is intimate, while still providing a lively atmosphere. Since its inaugural season in 2018, the venue has hosted acts from The Fugees to Billie Eilish. This season is especially busy for Pier 17, with shows from Taking Back Sunday, Slash, and more scheduled for the Summer.

Below the Pier 17 stage, the Seaport hosts a venue of restaurants and shops for concert-goers to enjoy. With offerings like sushi, tacos, ice cream, and seafood there is a large variety of options at the venue. The Seaport additionally hosts vintage clothing, book, and wine shops for visitors to enjoy before and after their concerts.

Since their start in 1985, Jane’s Addiction has become one of the most influential alt-rock bands of all time. Perry Farrell’s distinctive vocals, and Dave Navarro’s heavy guitars propelled the band into rock stardom, spawning countless hits. Concert-goers are sure to recognize “Jane Says” off of their 1988 debut Nothing’s Shocking and “Been Caught Stealing” off Ritual De Lo Habitual. Their signature brand of alternative has inspired legendary acts, including The Smashing Pumpkins and Rage Against the Machine. Jane’s Addiction are also renowned for their energetic live shows, with their 1991 farewell tour spawning the legendary Lollapalooza rock festival. This 2024 tour comes after the band’s first reunion in over 14 years.

Love and Rockets began after the breakup of the seminal goth band Bauhaus in 1983. Members Daniel Ash, David J, and Kevin Haskins sought to combine their goth roots with more pop and psychedelic influences, crafting a unique brand of alternative that led them to stardom. Emerging with a dark cover of the Motown classic “Ball of Confusion,” the band’s music became 1980s club standards. Across their 7 studio albums, the band achieved major radio success with the 1989 hit single “So Alive,” which went to #3 on billboard. Bands like The Flaming Lips, Jane’s Addiction, and Pixies have since cited Love and Rockets as musical influences. This tour comes after the band’s 2023 reunion.

This concert at Manhattan’s Pier 17, is only one stop on a nation-crossing tour throughout August and September. The tour’s 25 stops across the US and Canada are listed below.

Fri Aug 09 — Las Vegas, NV — Fontainebleau Las Vegas

Sun Aug 11 — San Diego, CA — Gallagher Square at Petco Park

Tue Aug 13 — Los Angeles, CA — YouTube Theater

Thu Aug 15 — Phoenix, AZ — Arizona Financial Theatre

Sun Aug 18 — Irving, TX — The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory

Mon Aug 19 — Houston, TX — 713 Music Hall

Wed Aug 21 — Rogers, AR — Walmart AMP

Fri Aug 23 — Durant, OK — Choctaw Grand Theater

Sun Aug 25 — New Orleans, LA — The Fillmore

Tue Aug 27 — Jacksonville, FL — Daily’s Place

Thu Aug 29 — Tampa, FL — MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre

Sat Aug 31 — Hollywood, FL — Hard Rock Live

Tue Sep 03 — Raleigh, NC — Red Hat Amphitheater

Thu Sep 05 — Portsmouth, VA — Atlantic Union Bank Pavilion

Sat Sep 07 — Atlantic City, NJ — Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena

Tue Sep 10 — New York, NY — The Rooftop at Pier 17

Fri Sep 13 — Boston, MA — Leader Bank Pavilion

Sun Sep 15 — Bridgeport, CT — Hartford Healthcare Amphitheater

Wed Sep 18 — Toronto, ON — Budweiser Stage

Fri Sep 20 — Rochester Hills, MI — Meadow Brook Amphitheater

Sun Sep 22 — Milwaukee, WI — BMO Pavilion

Tue Sep 24 — Chicago, IL — Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom

Thu Sep 26 — Indianapolis, IN — Everwise Amphitheater at White River State Park

Sat Sep 28 – Huntsville, AL – South Star Music Festival*

Sun Sep 29 – St. Louis, MO – Evolution Festival*

Tickets presales for this show begin on May 28th, with general sales beginning May 31st at 10am.

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