By Robyn Collins

(CBS SF/RADIO.COM) – Morrisey is hitting the road this fall. The artist will cross the globe from Asia to Australia and the U.S., including a show at Chicago’s Riot Fest.

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Morrissey’s world tour will kick off in Berlin, Germany on August 16th. Then he will play the only show in his home country in Manchester, England on August 20th and arrive at the Grand Theatre in Reno, Nevada on November 11th.

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Check out the Morrissey world tour dates below:
August 16 — Berlin, Germany @ Tempodrom
August 20 — Manchester, England @ Manchester Arena
September 17 — Chicago, IL @ Riot Fest
September 20 — Louisville, KY @ Palace Theatre
September 22 — Philadelphia, PA @ Tower Theater
September 24 — Brooklyn, NY @ Kings Theatre
September 28 — Tokyo, Japan @ Orchard Hall
September 29 — Tokyo, Japan @ Orchard Hall
October 1 — Yokohama, Japan @ Bay Hall
October 2 — Osaka, Japan @ IMP Hall
October 6 — Hong Kong, China @ MacPherson Stadium
October 12 — Jakarta, Indonesia @ Senayan Golf Driving Range
October 15 — Singapore City, Singapore @ Marina Barrage
October 18 — Bangkok, Thailand @ Moonstar Studio
October 22 — Melbourne, Australia @ Festival Hall
October 16 — Adelaide, Australia @ Thebarton Theatre
October 28 — Canberra, Australia @ Royal Theatre
October 29 — Wollongong, Australia @ WIN Centre
October 31 — New Castle, Australia @ Civic Theatre
November 9 — Irvine, CA @ Bren Events Center
November 11 — Reno, NV @ Grand Theatre
November 14 — Boulder, CO @ Boulder Theater
November 16 — Dallas, TX @ McFarlin Auditorium
November 17 — San Antonio, TX @ Tobin Center
November 19 — Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall
November 23 — El Paso, TX @ Abraham Chavez Theatre

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