King Crimson has expanded a forthcoming North American tour that will feature the debut of their new double-quartet line up.

Multi-show stands in Seattle, Mexico City, Red Bank, N.J., and Oakland are now part of an already-confirmed string of stops in the Radical Action Tour. This is their first North American tour in three years. A complete list of dates, cities and venues is below.

King Crimson are also putting out a new EP featuring a cover of David Bowie's "Heroes" to coincide with the tour. Founder Robert Fripp played on the original recording; Crimson's live update is from a 2016 stop at the Admiralspalast in Berlin. It's due on June 2.

Fripp will be joined next month by bassist Tony Levin, saxophonist Mel Collins, singer/guitarist Jakko Jakszyk and a group of four drummers that includes Gavin Harrison, Pat Mastelotto, Bill Rieflin and Jeremy Stacey.

Collins was originally with Crimson from 1970-73, while Levin joined in 1981. Mastelotto was a 1994 addition; Harrison has worked with Fripp since 2007. Both Jakszyk and Rieflin joined in 2013, when Fripp jump started King Crimson again after a hiatus. The 2016 addition of Stacey completed the band's new eight-member look.

King Crimson 2017 Tour Dates
6/11-13 – Seattle, WA, Moore Theatre
6/15 – Saratoga, CA, Mountain Winery
6/16-17 – Oakland, CA @ Fox Theatre
6/19 – San Diego, CA, Humphrey’s
6/21 – Los Angeles, CA, Greek Theatre
6/24 – Denver, CO, Bellco Theatre
6/26 – Minneapolis, MN, State Theatre
6/28 – Chicago, IL, Chicago Theatre
6/30 – Rochester, NY, Kodak Hall
7/3 – Montreal QC, Montreal Jazz Festival
7/5 – Toronto, ON, Massey Hall
7/7 – Quebec, QC, Centre Videotron
7/9-10 – Red Bank, NJ @ Count Basie Theatre
7/14-19 – Mexico City, MX,Teatro Metropolitan

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