Jane’s Addiction will be taking part in “The World Is A Vampire” festival/tour with Smashing Pumpkins in Australia this April. This will be the guys’ first time back to Australia since 2011, and first Australian tour since 2010. Tickets can be purchased online at oneworldentertainment.com.au
Jane’s Addiction have released a statement on whom will be performing guitar on the upcoming tour dates later this year. Unfortunately Dave Navarro will not be talking part of the currently announced tour dates. Former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist Josh Klinghoffer, whom played with the guys on some of the dates of the Spirits on Fire tour in 2022, will be stepping in to play with the band.
The statement the band release is as follows:
We’d like to address the questions surrounding Dave and the upcoming
Jane’s shows. As a band we are in a great place, writing new music, and the bond is tighter than ever. We all hope Dave can be out playing with us; when he feels healthy and ready.
For the near future, our brother Josh Klinghoffer will jump in for the upcoming shows on the West Coast, South America and some additional international shows to be announced soon. We want to thank you for being there with us over these thirty some odd odd years. You know, we’re going to keep throwing down for you.
Jane’s Addiction have announced five shows in March in the US ahead of their trio of performances at the South American Lollapalooza festivals. Tickets for these new shoes go on sale later this week. No official word on the lineup just yet. I’ll update this post as soon as there is confirmation.
Update: It appears the poster (see below) has reversed the dates for the two Nevada shows. Both the Ticketmaster pages and event pages for The Cosmopolitan and the Grand Sierra Resort have the Reno date as 3/11 and the Vegas date as 3/12.
Due to an injury sustained by Perry Farrell, Jane’s Addiction was forced to cancel their two shows in Pennsylvania last week, and all three shows in Canada this week. The band hopes to be able to perform at Saturday’s show in Cleveland, OH.
Jane’s Addiction cancelled their two Pennsylvania shows this past weekend due to an undisclosed “physical injury”. No word on whom is injured, or what the injury is. Obviously we wish whomever it is a speedy recovery.
The lineups of two of the three South American Lollapalooza ’23 shows have been released. Jane’s Addiction will be playing Lollapalooza Argentina on Saturday, March 18, and Lollapalooza Brasil one week later on Saturday, March 25.
Update 10/26: Jane’s Addiction will be performing on the final night of Lollapalooza Chile ’23, on Sunday, March 19.
Jane’s Addiction are scheduled to take part in the 2023 editions of Lollapalooza Chile, Lollapalooza Argentina, and Lollapalooza Brasil. Both the Chile and Argentina events take place on March 17-19, 2023. Lollapalooza Brasil takes place March 24-26, 2023. It is presently unknown which night’s they are performing, nor who which members will be there. We’ll likely know the specific dates in the next few weeks.
According to Rolling Stone, Dave Navarro will not (at least initially) be part of this fall’s Jane’s Addiction tour with Smashing Pumpkins due to his ongoing battle with Long-COVID. He’ll be replaced by Queens of the Stone Age guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen. This will be Jane’s first shows without Dave since he joined the band 37 years ago. The RS article is a good read, I recommend checking it out. It also confirms that Eric Avery will be part of the tour, which will be his first shows with the band since 2010.
This photo, originally posted by Etty Lau Farrell on Instagram, and later shared by Eric Avery on IG and Facebook, shows Eric, Perry and Steve Perkins in the studio together. This would be the first time Perry and Eric have worked on new music together since their ill-fated attempt after the 2009 NIN/JA tour.
This comes literally days after Perry revealed that he’s been in the studio with Peter DiStefano, working on new music for Porno For Pyros.
It has been announced that Porno For Pyros will replace Jane’s Addiction at the 2022 Lollapalooza festival in Chicago, IL on July 31. It is expected that original P4P bassist Martyn LeNoble will be performing with the band at the show as he was confirmed for the July 30 after show event.