Spanish Rockers Vetusta Morla Announce North American Tour

Jerónimo Alvárez
Vetusta Morla

The beloved Madrid band will play their most extensive U.S. tour yet, in small venues.

Spaniards may be heading to the United States next fall just for a chance to see the band Vetusta Morla, who regularly sell out stadiums throughout Spain, perform in an intimate club setting.

Vetusta have just announced they’ll be trekking uncharted territory on an extensive North American tour. They’ll be playing venues like New York’s S.O.B.'s, of which the standing capacity is 350; last year, the band packed in almost 40,000 people for a concert in Madrid.

The sextet's most recent studio album, 2017’s Mismo Sitio, Disinto Lugar, quickly went to No. 1 in streaming and physical formats in Spain.

On the tour, which starts Oct. 1 in Boston (at the club Sonia in Cambridge), they will hit Chicago, Dallas, Tucson, Los Angeles and other U.S. cities, and also play a concert in Toronto at the Adelaide Hall, a 475-capacity club. 

See the dates below.