Grammy-winning band Gorillaz coming to Footprint Center in Phoenix this fall

May 19, 2022, 8:00 PM | Updated: May 20, 2022, 7:14 am
Gorillaz performing on the main stage during Boardmasters Festival 2021 on August 14, 2021 in Newqu...
Gorillaz performing on the main stage during Boardmasters Festival 2021 on August 14, 2021 in Newquay, England. (Photo by Jonny Weeks/Getty Images)
(Photo by Jonny Weeks/Getty Images)

PHOENIX — Gorillaz announced this week they are coming to Footprint Center in Phoenix later this year as part of their new North American tour.

The alternative rock band will play at Footprint Center on Sept. 26, with tickets going on sale Friday at 10 a.m.

It marks the first tour in North America for Gorillaz since 2018 and features 21 stops, according to a press release.

The band, which has won a Grammy and received 12 nominations, is known for songs like “Feel Good Inc.” and “Clint Eastwood.”

Gorillaz is made up of Damon Albarn and a 14-piece live band. A variety of guest performers will join the virtual act during the tour that gets underway on Sept. 11 in Vancouver and concludes on Oct. 23 in Miami.

The Guinness Book Of World Records recognizes the band as the planet’s Most Successful Virtual Act, according to the release.

The last time they performed in metro Phoenix was back in October 2010 at the Comerica Theatre.

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Grammy-winning band Gorillaz coming to Footprint Center in Phoenix this fall