Smashing Pumpkins will hold a pair of acoustic concerts at the intimate Madame Zuzu’s in Highland Park to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their breakthrough album “Siamese Dream” from 1993.
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Madame Zuzu’s Tea Shop In 1876, 1st St. is owned by Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan and his partner Chloe Mendel. According to the announcement, the celebration will be held in collaboration with Tower Records. For three days from September 14, Madame Zuzu’s will also be a vintage Tower Records pop-up store selling limited edition items.
The band wraps up their World is a Vampire Tour with a show on September 9 in Noblesville, Indiana. The third episode of his 12th studio album “Atum: A Rock Opera in Three Acts” was released on May 5.
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