Arcade Fire continues to build buzz leading up to the release of their upcoming studio album 'Reflektor' with the addition of new shows in the U.S., including a confirmed appearance at the 2013 Bridge School Benefit.
According to an article posted at Oct. 15 at Billboard.com, the Canuck indie rockers will perform on Oct. 26 at Neil Young's annual two-day charity in Mountainview, Calif. at Shoreline Amphitheater, joining a power packed lineup which includes: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Queens of the Stone Age, My Morning Jacket, Elvis Costello, Jenny Lewis, Heart, Diane Krall and Tom Waits.
For more information, check out BridgeSchool.org.
The Grammy-winning Montreal natives will also give an album release performance on Oct. 29 at an undisclosed venue in Los Angeles, as part of MTV Iggy and Intel's "The Music Experiment 2.0" concert series and have also confirmed an Oct. 24 gig at the Little Haiti Cultural Center in Miami, Fla.
Beginning today, fans can win tickets by going to Musicexperiment.com and participating in a social media campaign.
Arcade Fire will also be staging secret shows in New York under their alias 'The Reflektors' on Oct. 18 and Oct. 19 in Brooklyn, N.Y. at an undisclosed venue.
'Reflektor' hits shelves on Oct. 28 and is available for pre-order at ArcadeFire.com.
Did you know? Win Butler and company shared lyrics today to four songs from their soon-to-be released 'Reflektor" song lyrics on its Facebook page, including 'We Exist,' 'Here Comes the Night Time,' 'Normal Person' and 'Afterlife'.