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Dinosaur Jr. Announce Shows in London and NYC

Dinosaur Jr. Announce Shows in London and NYC

Today, Dinosaur Jr. announce shows at London’s Garage and Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their sixth studio album, Where You Been. Dinosaur Jr.’s second album to be made with a major label was originally released in 1993 at the height of the grunge moment in rock, and its temporal trajectory hit #50 on the Billboard charts.

In 2023, now 30 years since release, the original trio of J Mascis, Lou Barlow, and Murph, firmly reunited, will perform this iconic album in its entirety over 4 nights in London in November and 7 nights in Brooklyn, NY, in December. The band will invite a smattering of guests and friends to sit in each night to celebrate this music with a set comprising the trio’s thunderous catalog each night.

Tickets are available via pre-sale tomorrow, May 23, at 10 am EST, and general on-sale is this Thursday, May 25, at 10 am EST.

For more information and tickets, please visit [www.dinosaurjr.com](https://www.dinosaurjr.com).

DINOSAUR JR. TOUR DATES (new dates in bold)


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