As this is the 25th anniversary for the Ritual de lo Habitual album, Jane’s Addiction will be performing the album in its entirety at shows later this year. The first confirmed Ritual show is at the 2015 Fun Fun Fun Festival in Austin, TX at the Auditorium Shores. The FFF Festival runs from November 6-8th. Jane’s Addiction performs on the night of Saturday, November 7, 2015
In addition to headlining a night at Common Ground Festival in Lansing, MI on July 8, according to NextMosh.com, Jane’s Addiction will be performing at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, NJ on May 15, and The Paramount in Huntington, NY on May 18. According to Postcrescent.com, Jane’s Addiction will be performing at Summerfest at the Marcus Amphitheater in Milwaukee, WI on July 4.
We have two exclusive galleries courtesy of the amazing Christy Borgman of LAWomanPhotography.com from Jane’s Addictions performance at the Sunset Street Music Festival and their appearance at the House of Blues from this past weekend. Check them out:
Jane’s Addiction will be performing on the second night of the Bayfest Music Festival in Mobile, Alabama.
AltRock group joins Alabama, Ludacris, CeeLo Green, among others
Jane’s Addiction, with lead singer Perry Farrell and lead guitarist Dave Navarro, will be coming to BayFest in Mobile, event organizers said on Wednesday, July 30.
The announcement completes the 2014 lineup of the October 3-5 festival, which also includes Kid Rock, Alabama, Earth Wind & Fire, CeeLo Green, Stone Temple Pilots Foster the People and more.
“We are extremely excited to have Jane’s Addiction play our 20th Anniversary Festival,” said BayFest President and CEO Bobby Bostwick. “The energy and enthusiasm of Jane’s Addiction continues the BayFest tradition of great entertainment, atmosphere and the best variety in music at Alabama’s largest music festival.”
2014 marks the 20th year of the music festival and organizers say it could bring up to 200,000 people, to downtown Mobile. The organizers said in an earlier release that the festival started out with about 50,000 people during its debut in 1995. They said that, since then, the festival has generated $325 million in revenue.