The Smashing Pumpkins are nearing the end of their summer tour with Interpol, and next they’ll ring in the 30th anniversary of their enduring second record, Siamese Dreamwith a special event.
Madame Zuzu’s — Billy Corgan’s Highland Park, Illinois tea shop — will become a Tower Records pop-up for four days, wrapping up with a pair of acoustic Smashing Pumpkins sets on Sept. 17, at 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. They’re being billed as “the same set played on the evening of July 27, 1993,” with music from the then-just released Siamese Dreamand the second set will stream on Veeps. Claim a free streaming ticket here.
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Tickets to attend the Madame Zuzu’s shows in person started at $345 each and are currently sold out.
This article was originally published on BrooklynVegan.com and has been edited by Alternative Press.