The Cure are an English rock band hailing from Crawley. Formed in 1976, The Cure is the brainchild of Robert Smith, who remains the only constant member of the band. The current lineup consists of Smith, alongside longtime members bassist Simon Gallup, keyboard player Roger O'Donnell, and drummer Jason Cooper, who are joined by new guitarist Reeves Gabrels.
Their debut album ‘Three Imaginary Boys’ hit shelves way back in 1979, but it was albums like ‘Pornography’, ‘Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me’, ‘Disintegration’, and 1992’s UK number one album ‘Wish’ that really cemented their place in music history.
In 2016, they toured across the UK, North America, Australia/New Zealand, and Europe through the year, though they've played shows across he globe with their massive hits such as Friday I'm In Love, Boys Don't Cry, Lovesong, Lullaby, Close To Me, and Just Like Heaven, to name a few.
In 2018, The Cure will celebrate their 40th anniversary by headlining British Summer Time at Hyde Park, in what will be their only European show of the year. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
Madrid Barclaycard Palacio de Deportes on November 20 2016
Outstanding perfomance last sunday in Madrid. Brought back so great memories, the band is on top form. Really almost 3 hours of great music with new songs and the classic ones aswell. In a full scenario with a great presentation, brilliant sound and lights, Robert Smith and the band seems to be Eternal. Hope they will go on. Definitely would repeat.
Although the seats we were able to get were far away from the stage, it was a great atmosphere. As usual they gave more than the moneys worth, for those young and old alike. I took my 16 year old daughter and her only complaint was they did not play "Friday I'm in love". Other than that is was an awesome show of some really good oldies.