Smashing Pumpkins Billy Corgan
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Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan has announced a solo U.S. tour run kicking off this November.

The best part? He’s revealed his plans to play tracks spanning across his multiple projects.

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The 12-date run begins Nov. 4 in Los Angeles before spanning across cities such as Nashville and New York.

During the run, Corgan has promised to play songs from Smashing Pumpkins, Zwan, his solo work and more.

Tickets for the solo tour will go on sale Friday, Oct. 4 at 10:00 a.m. local time. You’ll be able to snag your tickets here.

Corgan debuted his most recent solo album, Ogilala, in 2017. Last year, Smashing Pumpkins released their latest album,  Shiny and Oh So Bright, Vol. 1 / LP: No Past. No Future. No Sun.

You can view Corgan’s full list of solo tour dates below.

Billy Corgan Tour Dates

11/04 – Los Angeles, CA @ Lodge Room
11/05 – Los Angeles, CA @ Lodge Room
11/06 – Los Angeles, CA @ Lodge Room
11/09 – Nashville Tennessee @ CMA Theatre
11/10 – Tulsa, Oklahoma @ Cain’s BallroomNovember
11/12 – Lawrence, Kansas @ Liberty Hall
11/13 – Springfield, Missouri @ Gillioz Theatre
11/15 – Covington, Kentucky @ Madison Theatre
11/16 – Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania @ Sherman Theatre
11/18 – New York, New York @ Gramercy Theatre
11/19 – New York, New York @ Gramercy Theatre
11/20 – New York, New York @ Gramercy Theatre

More on Smashing Pumpkins vocalist Billy Corgan

Corgan and the way he acts on roller coasters has become a long-running meme on the internet.

It all started when a photo was taken of him at Disneyland looking miserable on a ride.

The photo not only made for hilarious memes, but even got a reference in Family Guy.

He was a good sport about it, later sharing a photo of himself smiling at the park, saying he was having an “absolutely miserable time.”

In March, a new meme arrived to continue the saga. It’s a short video poking fun at what the vocalist might sound like on a roller coaster using the Smashing Pumpkins’ “1979,” and you just have to watch it.

Are you excited to catch Corgan on his solo tour this fall? Sound off in the comments below!

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