Pavement To Make ‘Austin City Limits’ Debut Tomorrow

One-hour performance premieres tomorrow (Saturday, 2/4) On PBS

Pavement, an iconic American alternative rock band, is making its debut appearance on Austin City Limits tomorrow. The one-hour performance will include hits and highlights from their storied catalog and will air at 8pm ET/7pm CT. After broadcast, the episode will be available to stream at for four weeks. This is an exciting opportunity for fans to relive the glory days of one of the most beloved acts to come out of the American underground in the 1990s.

The band consists of five members: Mark Ibold, Scott “Spiral Stairs” Kannberg, Stephen Malkmus, Bob Nastanovich, and Steve West. They released five defining albums during their time together, including Slanted And Enchanted (1992), Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain (1994), Wowee Zowee (1995), Brighten The Corners (1997), and Terror Twilight (1999), before disbanding in 1999. However, the band made a successful return in 2022, headlining Primavera Sound and performing sold-out multi-night runs in Los Angeles, New York, and London.

Fans of Pavement are in for a treat as they embark on their reunion tour this month with dates in Japan, Australia, and New Zealand. This is a chance for fans to see the band perform live and enjoy their music once again. The band’s influence on alternative rock is undeniable, and their Austin City Limits appearance is a testament to their continued relevance and impact on the music industry. Whether you’re a long-time fan or a newcomer to their music, tomorrow’s episode of Austin City Limits is not to be missed.

Pavement Tour Dates:

  • 2.15.23 – Bunkyo City, JP @ Tokyo Dome City Hall
  • 2.16.23 – Bunkyo City, JP @ Tokyo Dome City Hall
  • 2.18.23 – Osaka, JP @ Namba Hatch
  • 2.22.23 – Perth, AU @ Perth Concert Hall
  • 2.24.23 – Adelaide, AU @ Thebarton Theatre
  • 2.25.23 – Hobart, AU@ Mona Foma 2023
  • 2.28.23 – Brisbane, AU @ Fortitude Music Hall
  •  3.1.23 – Thirroul, AU @ Anita’s Theatre Thirroul
  • 3.2.23 – Sydney, AU @ Enmore Theatre
  • 3.3.23 – Melbourne, AU @ Palais Theatre
  • 3.4.23 – Geelong, AU @ Tent Pole Festival
  • 3.7.23 ­– Auckland, NZ @ The Civic
  • 3.8.23 – Wellington, NZ @ St. James Theatre
  • 5.12-14 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Block Party
  • 7.20-23 – Macclesfield, UK @ Bluedot Festival
  • 7.27.23 – Reykjavik, IS @ Harpa
  • 7.28.23 – Reykjavik, IS @ Harpa
  • 7.29.23 – Reykjavik, IS @ Harpa

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