Morrissey has cancelled his Chicago show but will honor the rest of his US tour dates.

Morrissey was scheduled to kick off a US tour this week, but an “administration error” has forced him to cancel the opening show scheduled for tomorrow night (11/10/11) in Chicago. The news broke on Morrissey’s official website.

The Chicago show is the only show affected; Morrissey still plans to honor the rest of the tour. The Dec. 17th show seems to be a make-up date for Chicago. Full dates are below, with additional dates promised, although they’ve yet to be announced.

11/14 San Antonio, TX – Majestic Theatre Post-show (sold out)
11/15 Austin, TX – Bass Hall
11/17 Dallas, TX – McFarlin Memorial Auditorium
11/19 Santa Fe, NM – Santa Fe Center
11/20 Phoenix, AZ – Orpheum Theatre Post-show (sold out)
11/22 Escondido, CA – Center for the Arts Post-show (sold out)
11/25 Las Vegas, NV – The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
11/26 Los Angeles, CA – Shrine Auditorium (sold out)
11/28 Pomona, CA – Fox Theater (sold out)
12/1 Oakland, CA – Fox Theater
12/5 Monterrey (Mexico) – Arena
12/7 Mexico City – Plaza Condesa
12/8 Mexico City – Plaza Condesa
12/10 Puebla – Auditorio del Complejo Cultural Universitario
12/12 Guadalajara – Diana
12/13 Guadalajara – Diana
12/17 Chicago, IL – Congress Theater

In addition, Morrissey will hit the late night circuit with a Jimmy Kimmel Live appearance on 11/23 and a Conan taping on 11/29. But if being a couch observer just doesn’t do it for you, you can visit Thrillcall for tickets, including resale options for sold-out shows.