LCD Soundsystem set to reunite early at Webster Hall for special two-night run
In 2011, LCD Soundsystem played their final show together at Madison Square Garden. The now canonized performance inspired The Long Goodbye, a five-LP live record from the show, and accompanying film feature Shut Up and Play The Hits. After a few quiet years, late 2015 brought rumors that James Murphy had gotten the band back together, and in 2016 we have a full-blown reunion, with headlining performances promised at Coachella, Panorama Festival, and most recently Lollapalooza’s 25th anniversary. Ahead of the reunion in Indio that has everyone on the edge of their seats, LCD has announced a special two-night run of shows at Webster Hall on Easter Sunday and the following evening.
In conjunction with Panorama, LCD Soundsystem is officially Back From The Dead for two nights – March 27 and 28 – ahead of what is sure to be a momentous year for the group. Headlining performances at a handful of the year’s biggest festivals, a tour to follow, and a newly-inked record deal with Columbia each point to a busy stretch for James Murphy and company. The reunion everyone has been waiting for is now set to get underway earlier than expected, beginning not even a two-mile walk from where it all ended five years earlier. Head to Panorama’s lottery to enter to purchase tickets.