Brooklyn rock duo The London Souls closed out Mountain Jam this past weekend, gracing the Valley Stage just before the rest of the festival was cancelled due to incoming thunderstorms. Opening with “Politician,” the band worked fan-favorites like “The Sound” and “She’s So Mad” into the set, and featured a few slick segues, including a run from their “Someday” into “Get Back” by The Beatles to close the show.Check out a few videos from the show, courtesy of the London Souls Historian, and the full setlist below.“Politician”“Are You Ready” + “She’s So Mad”“Certain Appeal”Setlist: The London Souls at Mountain Jam, Hunter Mountain, NY – 6/5/2016Politician, Certain Appeal, Honey, The River > The Sound > Just Be Thankful > Are You Ready > She’s So Mad, Someday > Get Back
Umphrey’s McGee has released pro-shot video of The Main Squeeze‘s soulful vocalist Corey Frye sitting in for a rendition of Mark Ronson‘s “Daffodils” at their August 5th show at Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park in Frye’s home state of Indiana, one of many highlights from a high-energy night.You can watch the performance in all its glory below:Umphrey’s continues their current summer tour this Thursday, August 11th at Burlington, VT’s Higher Ground.
We’ve been fortunate to enjoy a number of great Tiny Desk Concert videos over the years, from Tedeschi Trucks Band to Trey Anastasio to Anderson .Paak and countless others. Those performances all centered around the same Tiny Desk, specifically the one in the NPR’s All Songs Considered offices in New York, NY. However, Tiny Desk hit the road this week, making its way to the White House in time for the first-ever South By South Lawn festival in Washington, DC.The Tiny Desk Concert is a perfect fit for South By South Lawn, which focused on innovation in technology and art. Thus, the team packed up their tiny desk and brought it to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, with the rapper Common leading the performance. He is accompanied by two legendary jazz musicians in Robert Glasper (keyboards) and Derrick Hodge (bass), both of whom are in fine form backing the lyrics of Common.The four-song set sees Common testing out new material, and also welcoming guest vocals from Bilal on two songs. He also plays one classic, a rendition of the hit song “I Used To Love H.E.R.” According to NPR, the performance is not Common’s first appearance at the White House, but he remains honored to be included in this musical celebration in President Obama’s final months.Watch the performance below!
Just months after the Chris Robinson Brotherhood released their acclaimed new album Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel, the ensemble is back at it with a brand new companion EP. Titled If You Lived Here, You Would Be Home By Now, the new release sees the CRB focusing in on tracks that were recorded during the same Stinson Beach sessions as the full-length, but were not chosen for the album.Due out on November 4th, the new EP will feature five tracks. All five of them – “New Cannonball Rag”, “Shadow Cosmos”, “Roan County Banjo”, “From The North Garden” and “Sweet Sweet Lullaby” – are staples of the band’s live shows, and are sure to make for excellent new music in the band’s forthcoming release.“‘If You Lived Here’ is the sonic bookend to our ‘Anyway You Love’ recording and song cycle,” said Robinson in a statement. “When we were sequencing the original album, these five songs seemed to want to hang together in their own way and tell their own little story, so they were set aside to present separately.”To get you ready for the new EP, the band has shared their studio cut of “New Cannonball Rag.” Take a listen to the new release, streaming below!The Chris Robinson Brotherhood will remain on tour throughout the majority of 2016, and are also featured on the Los Muertos Con Queso destination festival lineup taking place in late January. The new album If You Lived Here, You Would Be Home By Now is due out on November 4th via Silver Arrow Records. Check out the band’s full tour schedule, and find tickets and more album ordering information via their official website.Chris Robinson Brotherhood Tour DatesOctober 19 – Bloomington, IL – Castle TheatreOctober 20 – Louisville, KY – Headliners Music HallOctober 21 – Charlotte, NC – Neighborhood TheatreOctober 22 – Raleigh, NC – Lincoln TheatreOctober 23 – Raleigh, NC – Lincoln TheatreNovember 9 – Asheville, NC – The Orange PeelNovember 10 – Charlottesville, VA – Jefferson TheatreNovember 11 – Columbia, SC – Music FarmNovember 12 – Atlanta, GA – Variety PlayhouseNovember 15 – Richmond, VA – The NationalNovember 17 – Philadelphia, PA – TLANovember 18 – Westbury, NY – The Space at WestburyNovember 19 – Port Chester, NY – The Capitol TheatreNovember 20 – Washington, DC – 9:30 ClubNovember 29 – Missoula, MT – The Wilma TheaterDecember 1 – Sandpoint, ID – The HiveDecember 2 – Seattle, WA – NeumosDecember 3 – Portland, OR – Revolution Bar & Music HallDecember 4 – Eugene, OR – HiFi Music HallDecember 6 – Sacramento, CA – Ace Of SpadesDecember 8 – San Francisco, CA – The FillmoreDecember 9 – San Francisco, CA – The FillmoreDecember 10 – San Francisco, CA – The FillmoreDecember 11 – Santa Cruz, CA – Cocoanut GroveDecember 13 – Santa Barbara, CA – Lobero TheatreDecember 15 – San Luis Obispo, CA – Fremont TheatreDecember 16 – San Diego, CA – The Observatory North ParkDecember 17 – Los Angeles, CA – Fonda TheatreJanuary 25-28 – Riviera Maya, Mexico – Los Muertos con Queso
Surf psych rockers Khruangbin have been making serious waves since their debut album, The Universe Smiles Upon You, came out in late 2015. The trio of Laura Lee (bass), Mark Speer (guitar), and D.J. (drums) has just announced a small run of dates in late February leading up to their Okeechobee Festival appearance in early March.The group will play Brooklyn Bowl on February 22nd, followed by performances in Toronto, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Nashville, and Asheville. Khruangbin is also set to appear at this year’s Electric Forest Festival on both weekends.“White Gloves” (Official Video):Khruangbin – 2017 Tour DatesWed 22 Feb 2017 Brooklyn Bowl Brooklyn, NY, USFri 24 Feb 2017 The Garrison Toronto, ON, CanadaSat 25 Feb 2017 Rex Theater Pittsburgh, PA, USSun 26 Feb 2017 El Club Detroit, MI, USTue 28 Feb 2017 High Watt Nashville, TN, USWed 01 Mar 2017 The Mothlight Asheville, NC, USThu 02 Mar 2017 – Sun 05 Mar 2017 Okeechobee Festival Okeechobee, FLThu 22 Jun 2017 — Sun 25 Jun 2017 Electric Forest Festival 2017 Rothbury, MI, USThu 29 Jun 2017 — Sun 02 Jul 2017 Electric Forest Festival 2017 Rothbury, MI, US[via Brooklyn Vegan]
While there’s little love between brothers Rich and Chris Robinson, there’s no shortage of adulation for their former band The Black Crowes. The Magpie Salute is the new ten-piece band featuring The Black Crowes’ Rich Robinson in addition to former bandmates Marc Ford, Sven Pipien, and Charity White. In addition to these Black Crowes’ alumna, Joe Magistro, Nico Bereciartua, Michael Bellar, John Hogg, Adrien Reju and Katrine Ottosen round out the roster for the band. Over the past few months, the hype around the project has been building as The Magpie Salute sets its sights on releasing its self-titled debut album on Friday, June 9th via Eagle Rock Entertainment. A few weeks ago, the band released a music video for the lead single off of The Magpie Salute, “Omission.” Today, the group has announced that they’re extending their already extensive tour in the fall.The Magpie Salute Releases New Music Video For “Omission”The tour kicks off in July with a date at The Vogue Theatre in Indianapolis, Indiana, on the 26th. From there the band will start an aggressive touring schedule that sees the group on the road for the majority of August, September, and October, through to November 17th, where The Magpie Salute will close out their tour in Atlantic City, New Jersey, at the Borgata Casino. Of note of these newest dates, leading up to their final performance of their fall tour in Atlantic City, the group has picked up two dates at New York City’s Irving Plaza on November 15th and 16th.Rich Robinson Reunites Black Crowes Members For Debut Of The Magpie Salute [Watch]You can check out the full dates for the upcoming U.S. fall tour of The Magpie Salute below. For more information and to purchase tickets, head to the band’s official website here.
Over the weekend, Beanstalk Music and Arts Festival returned to the coveted Rancho Del Rio, five miles up a rocky dirt road from State Bridge Amphitheater. For the fifth-anniversary celebration of the Magic Beans annual Colorado throwdown, the band and production crew ensured that this year’s Beanstalk would be a ‘Stalk to remember, and that it was. Fans from far and wide made the pilgrimage to the Mecca of Colorado music festivals, and every musical act of the weekend exceeded any and all previous expectations.There’s a certain indescribable feeling when a band comes onstage — when the house lights drop, the music fades out, and the crowd starts howling. Every Magic Beans set this weekend evoked this feeling, which will surely propel the band to new heights for the remainder of 2017. The Beans opened their first set of the weekend with an improv space-funk jam, hinting at how monumental the weekend would be for Team Bean. There was no shortage of sit-ins across the festival, with former member and Colorado percussion virtuoso Will Trask (Great American Taxi) pumping out the freshest beats all weekend. Former founding member Hunter Welles surprised the elated crowd on Saturday night, as did Corey Frye from The Main Squeeze. A highlight of Beanstalk was Holly Bowling’s appearance, who sat in on a beautiful rendition of The Magic Beans rarity “Undercover Beaver,” which left the crowd begging for more as the last set came to an end.Fruition played two mind-shattering sets on Friday night, showcasing their out-of-this-world vocals and their versatility, hopping between folk, bluegrass, and raw rock and roll guitar solos. Yak Attack’s Dave Dernovsek made a special guest appearance, exchanging solos back and forth for nearly ten minutes with Fruition’s own Jay Cobb Anderson and Mimi Naja. Aside from the Magic Beans, Fruition’s two barn-burner sets were the MVP’s of Friday night’s festivities.Moshi Fameus, composed of Aron Magner and Allen Aucoin of the Disco Biscuits, got off to a very interesting start, with a forty minute solo-sesh with Allen. Before absolutely annihilating his drum kit, Allen explained that his companion of fifteen years passed away yesterday and that he needed to commemorate his best friend in “doggy heaven.” After an emotional forty minutes, Magner and Aucoin invited the Magic Beans bassist Chris Duffy and Will Trask to join in for the opening jam, which evolved into a full hour-long set as an electric quartet, showcasing a proper late-night at its finest.It would be improper and preposterous if Holly Bowling’s Beanstalk set did not receive some of the highest praise of the weekend. Her innate ability to masterfully blend Trey, Mike, Page, and Fish’s musical sound into one piano piece is absolutely mind-blowing, nd brought tears to the eyes of listeners enjoying her Sunday morning set. Holly’s club and festival gigs have created a favorite gathering spot for Phish fans ever since her inception and transcription of Phish’s Tweezer from Lake Tahoe in 2013. Phans across the country now have the opportunity to see her, as Holly has been touring nationally over the past year.Vulfpeck’s Theo Katzman and Joe Dart threw down a mean set following Holly Bowling, accompanied by a captivating story told by Theo. Theo explained that a friend begged him to last-minute meet her at an L.A. club and promised him that he would not regret it. Reluctantly, Theo made his way downtown and was delighted to arrive at a club with one hundred others for an improv night of comedy with Dave Chapelle. Security at the door requested that anyone entering the club turn of their cell phones and place them in a giant zip-lock bag until exiting. This is the essence that was captured at 2017’s Beanstalk Music and Arts Festival. Without cell service or an email to check, everyone comes together and focuses on the core values of what music means to many of us.Those already looking towards next summer’s Beanstalk Music and Arts Festival can take a deep breath knowing that we will be able to celebrate the Magic Beans and all extended friends and family during Summer 2018. Quoted from a festival host, “Six days ago, we were preparing for this to be the last ‘Stalk, and now we are already working on plans for 2018, not even forty-eight hours after the final band played their last notes.” To tide you over until 2018, Sobokeh Photo and Video were on site to capture the weekend’s action, and you can checkout their full gallery below! Load remaining images
HOT TAKES:REPEAT WATCH: None, and the band only seems to be digging deeper into their catalog with each show. With new songs being debuted every night, an assortment of bust outs, and several long jams per evening, the odds of there being no repeats during the Baker’s Dozen continues to increase.TODAY’S DONUT: Red Velvet [“Sunday Morning”, “Sweet Jane” (Velvet Underground); “Wading in the Velvet Sea”]We Tired Yet?: Not going to lie, we’re excited to have 24 hours to re-charge our batteries…SETLIST: Phish | Baker’s Dozen Night 3 | Madison Square Garden | New York City | 7/23/17SET 1: Sunday Morning*, Axilla I, Your Pet Cat, Back on the Train, How Many People Are You, Glide, Theme From the Bottom > It’s Ice > MoreSET 2: AC/DC Bag > Wolfman’s Brother > Twist > Waves > Miss You, Boogie On Reggae Woman, Wading in the Velvet SeaENCORE: Sweet Jane* Debut; Trey on drums; Fishman dressed as the pope and waving incense at the crowd When the lights went down and the band emerged from backstage, drummer Jon Fishman was notably missing. Instead of heading to center-stage, Trey Anastasio took Fishman’s seat at the drum kit. With the excitement for this show-opening quickly swelling, Fishman suddenly appeared–wearing a cape and a bishop’s hat, no less–waving incense at the crowd like a donut-clad Pope impersonator. To the delight of the audience, Page McConnell started the Sunday show by starting up the dreamy intro to the doubly-appropriate “Sunday Morning,” delivering on the “Red Velvet” theme immediately with thick red lighting for the beloved track from The Velvet Underground & Nico. Fishman performed the song with his typical off-center vocal delivery, and Mike Gordon gave the crowd some early theatrics with his cheesy powerslide aided bass solo, basking in the revelry of the Blessed Father Henrietta.Anastasio and Fishman then returned to their normal places on stage for a typically-rocking version of “Axilla I,” which was followed by a funky reading of “Your Pet Cat,” a holdover from the band’s landmark Chilling, Thrilling Sounds of the Haunted House set from Halloween 2014. “Your Pet Cat” remains a fun one, taking the funkiest parts of “Tube” and inserting screaming cat sound effects. Lighting designer Chris Kuroda used “Your Pet Cat” as his first opportunity of the night to show off his new moving light rig, tilting the rig back and forth, seemingly toying with the room’s center of gravity. The new lights add an intriguing three-dimensional element to the band’s ever-changing production, and they’re getting better every night.Just as “Your Pet Cat” finished, Anastasio cued up the jangly opening to “Back On The Train.” This version featured a patient jam, with Fishman shuffling away while Gordon pushed his bass rhythm in various different directions. Anastasio snuck in a “Streets of Cairo” tease before dropping some tension/release guitar stabs into the fray, leading to a blissful Type I peak. Gordon’s “How Many People Are You” was similarly blissful and glowing, a recurring theme that would return again and again throughout the night.“Glide” came next, busting out of storage for its first flight since August 2015, and the crowd collectively held their breath; it’s felt like a long time since Trey has really nailed the tune’s notoriously tricky guitar line. But Red managed to make it through the intro mostly unscathed, and the audience seemed to exhale in unison, pleasantly surprised. “Glide” isn’t what it used to be, but the complicated composition was played to the best of the band’s current abilities, and, in the end, they did the track justice, even making sure to pause during the song’s a capella finale to give the crowd an opportunity to roar with approval. They did exactly that, letting out excited howls across the arena.Next up, the one-two punch of multi-sectional classics “Theme From The Bottom” and “It’s Ice” proved to be the climax of the first set. “Theme” was pure rock’n’roll, with Anastasio building his way towards a huge, screeching peak following a patient jam. “It’s Ice,” stretched out to 15+ minutes, and easily pushed its way into the realm of the best versions of the Anastasio/Marshall gem ever played–a perfect layer of “It’s Ice”-ing on the proverbial Red Velvet donut. The song’s typical funk breakdown was ditched for type II improvisation, complete with a dark, sci-fi vibe (something that Phish has been toying around with for the entire tour so far). McConnell leaned in on his synth pads as the rest of the band built up a minimalist groove, the reverberating tone and the understated blue/purple/white lights lending a cavernous texture to the jam, submerging the audience 20,000 leagues under the ice. Trey added a rhythmic, jazzy lead that shepherded the band towards a psych rock peak before rising to the surface for the song’s closing stanza. After a joyous run through the Big Boat standout “More,” Phish pulsated with love and light as they took their bows and walked off stage.“It’s Ice”The band got the show on the road quickly in set two with a rollicking version of Gamehenge classic “AC/DC Bag.” The beloved track featured some zany moments of Phish-y insanity before the band dropped into “Wolfman”s Brother.” The foursome took “Wolfman’s” out for an almost-fifteen-minute exploration, as multiple raging, red-hot rock peaks came down on MSG. A Gordon-led funk section dissolved into an extended, bass-heavy ambient portion, before a final, epic rock’n’roll build and climax. This “Wolfman’s” jam was indisputably awesome, and will likely be making an appearance in many “best of” conversations for years to come.Phish followed up the wild “Wolfman’s” with another fantastic improvisational expedition, as “Twist” offered for more high-octane jamming and synched-up moments from the clearly-locked-in quartet. The “Twist” jam stretched the song to just under sixteen minutes long, and showcased the best of the band’s abilities: patient Type I solos, a blissful, ambient Type II section, and some deep speed-funk, during which Kuroda focused his lights on the seats behind the stage, skillfully utilizing the three-dimensional “canvas” to perfection. As the jam built, Trey started inserting some psychedelic guitar jabs, whipping the crowd into a frenzy for an 80’s synth-rock climax that prompted a full-blown spontaneous glow stick war throughout the arena.The band then moved into “Waves,” which continued the contrast of ambient and blissful jamming that had been so prevalent throughout the show. “Waves” saw Kuroda once again showcasing his moving light rig, while the band moved back and forth between the dark and the light with their improvisation. Phish used “Miss You” as a landing pad after forty-plus minutes of balls-to-the-wall improv, and the often musically and energetically flat Big Boat tune felt triumphant in that context, as Trey continued implementing the blissful, feedback-powered theme he had been focusing on all evening.After a quick breather, Phish started up the funky Stevie Wonder classic “Boogie On Reggae Woman,” which got a roar of approval as Gordon dropped meatball bass bounces. The song quickly evolved into more twisting and turning improvisation, and at one point it sounded like they were about to start “2001” before the jam fizzled out and the tune everyone knew was coming, “Wading in the Velvet Sea,” finally got the call as the set two closer. Typically, Phish fans yearn for surprises around every turn. With the band announcing flavor/theme before each Baker’s Dozen show, it’s been somewhat easy to predict some of the song choices–“Reba” for Coconut night, “Halley’s Comet” and “Strawberry Fields Forever” for Strawberry night, and now “Wading” on Red Velvet night. That being said, the audience has only reacted with positivity in these moments, and “Wading” got a similarly huge response. The song provided a sing-a-long moment for the audience, and also allowed for one more moment of bliss as Kuroda bathed the crowd in velvety red lighting as the band brought the set to a close.For the encore, many fans were expecting “Rock And Roll,” but Phish instead turned to another, much more rare Velvet Underground cut, “Sweet Jane,” which they performed for only the fourth time ever. Kuroda once again covered the room in red light while the band worked through the classic track with ease.After the show, Mike Gordon tweeted out that the show was “a religious experience.” Whether he was referring to the undoubtedly electric atmosphere in the Garden last night, or to Fishman’s appearance earlier in the evening to “bless” the bassist as he knelt at his feet, one thing is clear: Phish is playing at the top of their game, and they only seem to be getting better as the donuts keep rolling Shortly after the show, Phish announced the theme for the next Baker’s Dozen show, which is set for Tuesday, July 25th. The theme is “Jam Filled,” which should excite every living and breathing Phish fan. If you don’t have your tickets, get ’em now, because you don’t want to be the fan who missed the night filled with jams! Phish returned to the cozy confines of Madison Square Garden last night to finish up weekend one of their Baker’s Dozen residency, and left the audience shell-shocked after two incredible sets of music. Following Friday’s “Coconut” theme and Saturday’s “Strawberry,” spectacle, the tone had been set for the run, with an “anything-goes” vibe permeating throughout MSG. Phish harnessed that energy and excitement for Sunday’s “Red Velvet” theme and used it to put together arguably the most solid two-set performance of the summer (so far), with a pair of beloved Velvet Underground covers book-ending a night of red-themed lights and wild full-band improvisation around every corner.
Widespread Panic will continue Saturday and Sunday night at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre.Setlist: Widespread Panic | St. Augustine Amphitheatre | St. Augustine, FL | 9/16/17Climb To Safety (Jerry Joseph), Tall Boy, 1×1 > Impossible, Proving Ground, Pigeons, Pickin’ Up The Pieces > Solid Rock (Bob Dylan), Chainsaw City (Little Women)II: And It Stoned Me (Van Morrison), Greta > jam > Sell Sell (Alan Price), Stop-Go (“Three Little Birds” rap by JB), Walkin’ (For Your Love), Rock, Papa’s Home > Drums > Papa’s Home reprise, Imitation Leather Shoes, Can’t Find My Way Home (Blind Faith)E: Bowlegged Woman (Bobby Rush)[photo via @scarlet_bucket on Instagram] Last weekend, Hurricane Irma made disastrous landfall over the state of Florida, leaving 6 million people with property damage, flooding, loss of power, and lacking essentials. Widespread Panic were scheduled to perform their annual visit to the St. Augustine Amphitheatre on September 15, 16, and 17, but their schedule was questionable as the storm made its disastrous path north. Thankfully because St. Augustine was not as severely affected as other Florida cities, Widespread Panic was able to still perform their scheduled dates. So, the band took the opportunity to ask that fans help the community by bringing non-perishable foods and monetary donations for Feeding Northeast Florida all weekend long. Donations can also be made here.Widespread Panic’s return to St. Augustine made for a momentous occasion nonetheless, as the band came in with a whole new line of merchandise dedicated to the tropical setting. It was their musical contribution, however, that meant the most to the Florida city. With standard covers of Jerry Joseph, Bob Dylan, Little Women, Van Morrison, Alan Price, Blind Faith, and Bobby Rush mixed into the two-set show, Widespread Panic’s setlist seemed to spell out a message to their Floridian fans during the first set with songs like “Climb To Safety,” “Proving Ground,” “Pickin’ Up The Pieces,” “Solid Rock” and “Chainsaw City” to commemorate the intense, scary, community-building week that preceded the concert. While millions of people remain without power and thousands of homes damaged, the state of Florida remains unsettled. Big thanks to Widespread Panic for coming to the rescue with their music and charitable actions.Check out the fan-shot video from last night’s show below, courtesy of Fred Ramadan
It’s been five years since we last heard from the Arctic Monkeys. After touring in support of their fifth studio LP AM in 2013-2014, the band members redirected their focuses to side-projects. Flash forward to present day, and they’re back in full swing with their sixth album–officially due on May 11th–and a full tour schedule ahead.Next month, Arctic Monkeys will release their highly-anticipated, 11-track LP, entitled Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino, marking the band’s first new release in five years. You can get a preview of the new album in the teaser video below:Arctic Monkeys – Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino – Teaser Video[Video: ArcticMonkeysVEVO]Additionally, Arctic Monkeys have confirmed 10+ dates in the United States and Canada so far, with more dates expected to be added soon. While the newly added North American dates are scattered across the next four months, in between their previously scheduled European dates, we’re keeping our fingers crossed for more opportunities to see the English rock band live in action.Check out Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino‘s cover art and tracklisting below, as well as Arctic Monkey’s upcoming tour schedule. Head to the band’s official website for more information.Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino Tracklist:01. Star Treatment02. One Point Perspective03. American Sports04. Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino05. Golden Trunks06. Four Out of Five07. The World’s First Ever Monster Truck Front Flip08. Science Fiction09. She Looks Like Fun10. Batphone11. The UltracheeseArctic Monkeys 2018 Tour Dates:05/05 – Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Forever Cemetery05/22 – Berlin, DE @ Columbiahalle05/23 – Berlin, DE @ Columbiahalle05/26 – Rome, IT @ Cavea05/27 – Rome, IT @ Cavea05/29 – Paris, FR @ Le Zenith05/30 – Paris, FR @ Le Zenith06/02 – Barcelona, ES @ Primavera Sound06/04 – Milan, IT @ Mediolanum Forum06/08 – Hilvarenbeek, NL @ Best Kept Secret Festival06/14 – Dover, DE @ Firefly Festival06/16 – Raleigh, NC @ Red Hat Amphitheater06/18 – Nashville, TN @ Ascend Amphitheater06/19 – Atlanta, GA @ Coca Cola Roxy Theatre06/22 – Neuhausen Ob Eck, DE @ Southside Festival06/24 – Scheeßel, DE @ Hurricane Festival06/26 – Dusseldorf, DE @ Mitsubishi Electric Halle06/27 – Copehagen, DK @ Royal Arena07/01 – Glasgow, UK @ TRNSMT Festival07/04 – Gdynia, PL @ Open’er Festival07/06 – Athens, GR @ Rockwave Festival07/08 – Werchter, BE @ Rock Werchter07/12 – Lisbon, PT @ NOS Alive Festival07/13 – Madrid, ES @ Mad Cool Festival07/24 – Queens, NY @ Forest Hills Stadium07/27 – Boston, MA @ TD Garden07/28 – Washington, DC @ The Anthem07/31 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Petersen Events Center08/01 – Detroit, MI @ Masonic Temple Theatre08/02 – Chicago, IL @ Lollapalooza08/04 – Montreal, QC @ Osheaga Festival08/05 – Toronto, ON @ Air Canada Centre08/08 – Oslo, NO @ Oya Festival08/09 – Gothenburg, SE @ Way Out West Festival08/11 – Helsinki, FI @ Flow Festival08/14 – Budapest, HR @ Sziget FestivalView All Tour Dates