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Dead Sara Update – Second Album Coming Soon!

Dead Sara had just finished their in studio recording of their new album and now it goes into the mixing stage. So the predict right now is that all you fans out there can expect a release somewhere around April and some new touring from Dead Sara to start shortly thereafter. More later…..

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Dead Sara To Do Three More Shows With MUSE

Dead Sara will replace Biffy Clyro in E. Rutherford, NJ (4/19) and Montreal, QC (4/23 and 4/24).

Biffy Clyro was forced to cut short their North American tour with Muse and return to the UK immediately, as Simon Neil has been struggling with a serious respiratory problem.

Get well soon Simon!

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Dead Sara To Headline at the El Rey Theater in Los Angeles on May 9th, 2013

Dead Sara To Headline at the El Rey Theater in Los Angeles on May 9th, 2013

SOLD OUT!

  • El Rey Theatre
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Show time: 8:00pm
  • Door time: 7:00pm
  • Age: All Ages+
  • 5515 Wilshire Boulevard 90036 Los Angeles, CA, US
  • Line-up  – Dead Sara

May 09 El Rey Theatre Los Angeles, CA Tickets
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Dead Sara On Vampire Diaries – 3/21/13

Dead Sara will be performing two songs on Vampire Diaries on 3/21/13 performing two songs, Patti Smith’s “Ask The Angels” and their own “Lemon Scent”. Here are some episode previews:

 

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Dead Sara on FUSE NEWS 3/30/13

Catch Dead Sara on Fuse News 3/30/13.

“Dead Sara should be the next biggest rock band in the world.” When Dave Grohl says that about a band, it’s a prediction more than a wish. Fuse News spends two days with this hard rocking quartet.

Update: for those of you who missed it – click on link below.

Fuse News – 2 Days In The Life Of Dead Sara

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Lemon Scent Video by Dead Sara

Watch Emily and Siouxsie duke it out to “Lemon Scent”

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Dead Sara Reviews – MUSE Tour

Review: Dead Sara live.

February 28, 2013 By

Dead Sara, a hard rock band from Los Angeles, performed at the Amway Center on Monday as the opening act for Muse.

ORLANDO — It was pouring on Monday night.

Standing safely inside the Amway Center, glancing out the panoramic windows on the terrace level, I watched downtown Orlando get positively soaked from the kind of torrential downpour more typical of the rainy season in June than of February. The skies seemed dark and ominous, almost threatening, as if something far worse than a mere rainstorm was on the way.

Storms like that can set a mood — dark, edgy, and moody.

I had no idea, until I got inside the arena, how perfectly Dead Sara’s performance would match that feeling.

I can admit that I hadn’t heard of Dead Sara, or even shown up for them, when I got to the Amway on Monday. The Los Angeles-based heavy metal band was the opening act for the headliner, Muse, and I was sufficiently impressed by their sound to want to learn more about them.

Opening acts are interesting, in that most people in the crowd don’t show up to see them. They’re more like an added bonus for the concert, like a set of appetizers served before the main course arrives. Chances are, you may not have heard of the opening act, and, like me, it’s your introduction to their sound.

While I was waiting for the show to begin, a middle-aged couple approached me and asked if I had ever seen Muse perform live before. I said I hadn’t.

“Then you’re in for a real treat,” the woman said, adding that she and her husband has just seen the band from England perform live in Tampa.

“They put on quite a show,” she said.

As it turns out, she was right. Muse goes all out, employing a striking number of visual effects to complement their sound — from strobe lights to videos. It’s an extravagant show.

Dead Sara, on the other hand, mostly performed in the dark, allowing their songs to carry the show.

“Dead Sara’s sound is more muddy,” the woman said, and after seeing them perform, I didn’t necessarily disagree — but that’s not a criticism. Dead Sara, as it turns out, has a unique grunge rock sound — think Nirvana, particularly some of that band’s slower but still darkly moody songs. They were not your typical radio-friendly top 40 fare — their sound is far more interesting than that — haunting, challenging, and intense, creating sounds ranging from anger to quiet reflection. They were not what I was expecting.

The band only played for 30 minutes, before exiting the stage to make way for the headlining act. But during that half hour, I found myself caught up in lead singer Emily Armstrong’s stunning vocals. She noted that the band had played in Orlando before, at House of Blues.

Then, looking out at the audience in the arena, Armstrong said, “The last time we played here at House of Blues, was anybody there?”

There was no burst of applause from the audience, no loud cheers or people waving their hands. That prompted Armstrong to laugh and say, “Oh my God, is it quiet in here tonight!”

I knew then that Dead Sara was introducing itself to the audience. In fact, when they had finished their last song, Armstrong said
“We are Dead Sara from Los Angeles, California.” And when the crowd cheered, she added, “We love you, too. You guys ready for Muse?”

I left the Amway that night sufficiently intrigued by the band to check them out on the Internet. What I learned is that Dead Sara consists of lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Armstrong, backed by Sean Friday on drums, Siouxsie Medley on lead guitar, and Chris Null on bass. The band released its debut album, Dead Sara, last year, along with a single, “Weatherman.” Their work did not go unnoticed. Dead Sara received the “Best New Rock Group” award at the Third annual Vegas Rocks! Magazine Awards 2012 on Aug. 26, 2012 and got nominated for a RadioContraband Rock Radio Award as “Indie Artist of the Year” 2012.

Dead Sara opened its show with a shattering guitar blast that created a potent segway for Armstrong’s vocal skills — from a howling guttural wail to a gentle near-whisper for a beautifully melodic ballad. Their sound is a unique mix of blues, grunge, heavy metal and Goth — more of a European sound, in a sense, than an urban American type of rock.
Along the way, Armstrong delivered an electrifying performance, as the heavy metal guitars created the perfect wave for her screams of passion, despair and wonder.

I left the Amway more impressed with Dead Sara than Muse, and I hope the band finds an audience and continues to develop its unique sound. Like many a good opening act, they can startle and impress you by the unexpected quality of their talent.
To learn more about the band, log on to their Web site at Dead Sara.Contact R.T. Robeson at FreelineOrlando@gmail.com.

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Dead Sara Starts Muse Tour

Feb 22    MUSE TOUR – Bank Atlantic Center    Fort Lauderdale, FL
Feb 23    MUSE TOUR – Tampa Bay Times Forum    Tampa, FL
Feb 25    MUSE TOUR – Amway Center    Orlando, FL
Feb 27   MUSE TOUR — US Band Arena   Cincinnati OH
Feb 28    MUSE TOUR – Quicken Loans Arena    Cleveland, OH
Mar 02    MUSE TOUR – Joe Louis Arena    Detroit, MI
Mar 04    MUSE TOUR – United Center    Chicago, IL
Mar 05    MUSE TOUR — Schottenstein Center  Columbus OH
Mar 07    MUSE TOUR – Target Center    Minneapolis, MN
Mar 08    MUSE TOUR – Chaifetz Arena    St Louis, MO
Mar 10    MUSE TOUR – BOK Center    Tulsa, OK
Mar 12    MUSE TOUR — Toyota Center   Houston, TX
Mar 13    MUSE TOUR — American Airlines Center   Dallas TX
Mar 16    MUSE TOUR — US Airways Center   Phoenix AZ
Mar 17    MUSE TOUR – Mandalay Bay Resort    Las Vegas, NV

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Pocket Kid Records Announces Agreement with Epic Records

January 16, 2013

Los Angeles, California –  Pocket Kid Records, a wholly owned subsidiary of Interact-TV Incorporated (OTC: ITVI), is pleased to announce that it has signed a recording and licensing agreement with Epic Records regarding Pocket Kid’s signed artist, Dead Sara.

The agreement gives Epic the immediate right to manufacture, distribute, market and sell Dead Sara’s self-titled debut album (released in April 2012) outside the United States and Canada. The agreement also calls for Epic to finance the recording and production of the next album and gives Epic exclusive worldwide rights to manufacture, distribute and sell Dead Sara’s next album, which will be released with both Pocket Kid Records’ and Epic’s logos.

“While we’ve already achieved many important milestones in the development of our young record company, this relationship with Epic is a significant leap forward,” commented Robert Bryan, president of both Interact-TV and Pocket Kid Records. “Dead Sara’s first overseas tour last year created a strong interest from fans outside the U.S. who wanted access to Dead Sara’s songs. Among many other important operational targets reached, the agreement with Epic will now allow us to make songs off of Dead Sara’s first album available to foreign territories, and will ensure worldwide distribution going forward.”

Mr. Bryan continued: “Our Agreement with Epic places the power and financial resources of a major music industry corporation behind our Dead Sara releases. We expect a tremendous increase in fan base, name recognition, and value of the Dead Sara franchise as a result of this agreement.”

Steve Medley, chairman of the board of Interact-TV commented, “We are pleased with Pocket Kid Records’ performance. Everything they have done including this agreement with Epic shows that they have the knowledge, management and resources to successfully compete in today’s music industry and develop and break new talent. We couldn’t ask for anything more from our Pocket Kid team.”

About Interact-TV: Interact-TV Incorporated, a publicly-traded Delaware corporation (OTC: ITVI) is a diverse entertainment company with interests in various media, including recorded music products through its wholly-owned subsidiary’s subsidiary Pocket Kid Records.

About Pocket Kid Records: Pocket Kid Records is an innovative new record company that concentrates on developing artists and providing an environment that attracts top talent by being supportive and less controlling of artists’ respective visions and products than traditional multi-media companies. For more information visit PocketKidRecords.com.

About Epic Records: Epic Records is a multi-genre record label owned by Sony Music Entertainment, itself a subsidiary of Sony Corporation (NYSE: SNE). Run by its Chairman and CEO, Antonio “L.A.” Reid, Epic is the home of such varied artists as Avril Lavigne, Modest Mouse, Chevelle, Jennifer Lopez, Ozzy Osbourne and Ciara.

For more information, please contact:
Robert Bryan, CEO
Interact-TV Incorporated
818-334-5225 x 100
info@interact-tv-inc.com

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DEAD SARA/ MUSE Tour Date Added – Mar 17th 2012 Las Vegas

Feb 22    MUSE TOUR – Bank Atlantic Center    Fort Lauderdale, FL
Feb 23    MUSE TOUR – Tampa Bay Times Forum    Tampa, FL
Feb 25    MUSE TOUR – Amway Center    Orlando, FL
Feb 28    MUSE TOUR – Quicken Loans Arena    Cleveland, OH
Mar 02    MUSE TOUR – Joe Louis Arena    Detroit, MI
Mar 04    MUSE TOUR – United Center    Chicago, IL
Mar 07    MUSE TOUR – Target Center    Minneapolis, MN
Mar 08    MUSE TOUR – Chaifetz Arena    St Louis, MO
Mar 10    MUSE TOUR – BOK Center    Tulsa, OK
Mar 17    MUSE TOUR – Mandalay Bay Resort    Las Vegas, NV

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Alternative Press December 2012

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Revolver November 2012 – Hottest Chicks In Hard Rock

HOTTEST CHICKS IN HARD ROCK

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Dead Sara To Tour with Muse

DEAD SARA ANNOUNCE 2013 NORTH AMERICAN TOUR WITH MUSE

 

SELF-TITLED DEBUT ALBUM NOW AVAILABLE EVERYWHERE

 

Los Angeles, CA – October 8, 2012 – Dead Sara has been selected to support Grammy Award Winning rock-trio Muse for their North American tour kicking off in early 2013. In promotion of their debut album, Dead Sara has been energetically touring the U.S. throughout 2012 and have been attracting major buzz for the ferocious spectacle of their high-octane live performances on festivals including The Vans Warped Tour, Sunset Strip Music Festival, Riot Fest, and Epicenter Festival in addition to nationwide tours with The Offspring, Neon Trees, The Used, Chevelle, and Bush. The LA Timescaught the bands Sunset Strip Music Festival performance and raved, “the band delivered huge, energetic rock songs that harnessed the grunge power of Nirvana and Foo Fighters with a healthy dose of arena rock expansiveness and a hell of a lot of riffage.”

“Muse was a band that we all agreed would be one of the biggest bands that we could tour with out there. Now that we are going on tour with them it is surreal!” says Emily Armstrong of Dead Sara. “We never thought in a million years it would happen like this. We will learn so much watching them every night – we are extremely excited!! 2013 is looking great!

Recently being touted by Rolling Stone as the  HYPERLINK “http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/dead-sara-gears-up-for-breakout-year-20120328″ “L.A. quartet poised to breakout nationally,” the band has launched their next single “We Are What You Say,” on the heels of their debut single “Weatherman” exploding at radio and fast becoming the most requested song at stations across the country. “Dead Sara rocks so hard they remind me of the days when alternative bands, like Soundgarden and Alice, got played on Headbangers Ball. See them, listen to the album, they never disappoint,” says Julie Pilat of 98.7 KYSR. Dead Sara recently made their network television debut with a blistering, energetic performance of the single  HYPERLINK “http://youtu.be/DoyDuVPqgkc” “Weatherman” on Jimmy Kimmel Live! The band also performed the album cut  HYPERLINK “http://youtu.be/KRvU07xEI6Y” “Sorry For It All” as an online exclusive for Jimmy Kimmel Live!View both videos now online.

Rolling Stone recalled the band “blending blues, hard rock and punk into a whirling energy,” with The Village Voicegoing on to illustrate them as a “sort of twisted-blues hard rock that feels like the product of people really enjoying playing the shit out of their instruments,” adding “If there’s any justice, especially in this year when the word ‘rock’ signifies a genre that is in flux enough so as to be anyone’s game, Dead Sara will stake their claim as a new kind of standard-bearer.”

Dead Sara’s 11-track self-titled debut, produced by Noah Shain (Atreyu, As Tall As Lions, Sonny Moore/Skrillex), is driven by the dynamic duo of two talented young women, singer Emily Armstrong and guitarist Siouxsie Medley. The band is rounded out by bassist Chris Null and drummer Sean Friday, creating an electrifying four-piece rock band whose supercharged music is propelled by Medley’s exhilarating, monster guitar riffs and Armstrong’s powerful, wailing vocals. Praised for their blazing impassioned rock and catchy guitar melodies, Dead Sara embody everything you want from a young, hungry, unpredictable and enigmatic rock band.

DEAD SARA CONFIRMED TOUR DATES:

DATE                           VENUE                                     CITY/STATE

October 24        The Midland by AMC                 Kansas City, MO

October 27        WGRD Halloween Hellraiser       Grand Rapids, MI

MUSE TOUR

February 22       Bank Atlantic Center                  Ft. Lauderdale, FL

February 23       Tampa Bay Times Form             Tampa, FL

February 25       Amway Center                           Orlando, FL

February 28       Quicken Loans Arena                 Cleveland, OH

March 2            Joe Louis Arena                        Detroit, MI

March 4            United Center                            Chicago, IL

March 7            Target Center                            Minneapolis, MN

March 8            Chaifetz Arena                           St. Louis, MO

March 10           BOK Center                               Tulsa, OK

More dates to be announced…

 

Visit Dead Sara online at:  HYPERLINK “http://www.DeadSara.com” www.DeadSara.com

Become a fan on Facebook:  HYPERLINK “http://www.Facebook.com/DeadSara” www.Facebook.com/DeadSara

Follow the band on Twitter:  HYPERLINK “http://twitter.com/deadsara” @DeadSara

Check out their videos on YouTube:  HYPERLINK “http://www.YouTube.com/DeadSaraTheBand” www.YouTube.com/DeadSaraTheBand

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Dead Sara Wins “Best New Rock Group” – Vegas Rocks Magazine Awards

Dead Sara opened the Third Annual Vegas Rocks Magazine Awards show on AXS.tv on Sunday 8/26/2012 with a live performance of “Weatherman”. After the song they received the first award of the night – Best New Rock Group.

The awards show was broadcast over AXS.tv (Cable TV Channel) live.

TV and radio personality and “American Idol” host Ryan Seacrest and sports mogul millionaire Mark Cuban joined forces to launch their cable TV network AXS and broadcast the awards live Sunday night from the Joint in the Hard Rock Hotel. (AXS was formerly HD TV.)

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Dead Sara Nominated For “Indie Artist Of The Year 2012″ – Rock Radio Awards

Dead Sara was nominated for the “Indie Artist Of The Year 2012″- Rock Radio Awards

For more information on Rock Radio Awards go here: http://radiocontraband.com/?page_id=2839

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LA Times 8/20/12

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Dead Sara Announces Future Touring Dates

DEAD SARA CONFIRMED TOUR DATES:

 

DATE                           VENUE                                     CITY/STATE

August 18                     Sunset Strip Music Festival        Los Angeles, CA

(with Marilyn Manson, The Offspring, Steve Aoki, Bad Religion, De La Soul, Black Label Society and more)

 

August 23                     Knitting Factory/KQXR show      Boise, ID

August 24                     Knitting Factory/KHTQ show      Spokane, WA

August 30                     On The Waterfront Festival         Rockford, IL       w/The Offspring

August 31                     The Fillmore                              Detroit, MI         w/The Offspring

September 2                 Echo Beach (MCA)                    Toronto, ON      w/The Offspring

September 6                 House of Blues                         Boston, MA      w/The Offspring, Neon Trees

September 8                 Sands Bethlehem Events Ctr.     Bethlehem, PA w/The Offspring, Neon Trees

September 9                 Stone Pony Summer Stage        Asbury Park, NJ w/The Offspring, Neon Trees

September 11               Lupo’s                                      Providence, RI w/The Offspring, Neon Trees

September 14               Congress Theatre/Riot Fest        Chicago, IL

September 15               DC101 Kerfuffle                                    Bristow, VA

(with The Offspring, Sublime with Rome, Garbage, Anberlin, and Foxy Shazam)

 

September 15               The Fillmore/WEND show          Charlotte, NC

September 19               Terminal 5                                 New York, NY   w/The Offspring, Neon Trees

September 20               Terminal 5                                 New York, NY   w/The Offspring, Neon Trees

September 22               Verizon Wireless                        Irvine, CA

(Epicenter Festival featuring: Stone Temple Pilots, Deftones, Bush, Scars on Broadway, Chevelle and more)

 

September 27               Fillmore Auditorium                   Denver, CO       w/The Offspring, Neon Trees

September 29               Gallivan Center/X96 Show          Salt Lake City, UT

October 2                     San Jose Event Center              San Jose, CA

November 10                London Alexandra Palace          London, UK      w/Vans Warped Tour

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Dead Sara Exits Warp Tour Early Due To Rib Injury

We are sad to announce that Dead Sara will be unable to play the remaining dates of the Vans Warped Tour due to guitarist, Siouxsie Medley, recently fracturing her ribs. Unfortunately, rib injuries are a tricky thing to heal and she has been advised to rest and recover for the next several weeks to avoid any permanent damage and cancellation of future shows.”

Dead Sara hopes to make it up to their fans by returning to the road this summer into early fall.  The group’s run on the tour was set to end Aug. 5 in Portland, Ore.

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Dead Sara To Tour With The Offspring And Neon Trees

DEAD SARA ANNOUNCE NORTH AMERICAN TOUR WITH

NEON TREES AND THE OFFSPRING!

Los Angeles, CA – July 19, 2012 – Dead Sara has announced a new North American tour with renowned punk rockers The Offspring kicking off August 31st in Detroit, with Neon Trees slated to join the tour beginning September 6th in Boston. To further support the recent release of Dead Sara’s self-titled debut album, the band has also added further U.S. and festival dates through the summer and into the fall including the Sunset Strip Music Festival in Los Angeles, Riot Fest in Chicago and the Epicenter Festival in Irvine. Dead Sara have been attracting major buzz for the ferocious spectacle of their high-octane live performances on The Vans Warped Tour earlier this summer.

“We’re super excited to have Dead Sara out on tour with us,” said Dexter Holland, The Offspring. “Great players, great songs.  We’ll be getting there early to see them tear it up.”

Revolver says “the buzz around LA-based hard-rock outfit Dead Sara is reaching fever pitch” and indeed it is. The group has been earning accolades from radio and critics alike, while winning over fans coast-to-coast on previous tours with Chevelle, The Used, and now The Vans Warped Tour. Rolling Stone recalled the band “blending blues, hard rock and punk into a whirling energy,” with The Village Voice going on to illustrate them as a “sort of twisted-blues hard rock that feels like the product of people really enjoying playing the shit out of their instruments,” adding “If there’s any justice, especially in this year when the word ‘rock’ signifies a genre that is in flux enough so as to be anyone’s game, Dead Sara will stake their claim as a new kind of standard-bearer.”

The “L.A. quartet poised to breakout nationally” this year, was recently profiled by RollingStone.com as their debut single “Weatherman” continues to explode at radio, fast becoming the most requested song at stations across the country, and climbing its way up the charts. “Dead Sara rocks so hard they remind me of the days when alternative bands, like Soundgarden and Alice, got played on Headbangers Ball. See them, listen to the album, they never disappoint,” says Julie Pilat of 98.7 KYSR. Dead Sara recently made their network television debut with a blistering, energetic performance of the single “Weatherman” on Jimmy Kimmel Live! The band also performed the album cut “Sorry For It All” as an online exclusive for Jimmy Kimmel Live! View both videos now online.

Dead Sara’s 11-track self-titled debut, produced by Noah Shain (Atreyu, As Tall As Lions, Sonny Moore/Skrillex), is driven by the dynamic duo of two talented young women, singer Emily Armstrong and guitarist Siouxsie Medley. The band is rounded out by bassist Chris Null and drummer Sean Friday, creating an electrifying four-piece rock band whose supercharged music is propelled by Medley’s exhilarating, monster guitar riffs and Armstrong’s powerful, wailing vocals. Praised for their blazing impassioned rock and catchy guitar melodies, Dead Sara embody everything you want from a young, hungry, unpredictable and enigmatic rock band.

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Dead Sara To Start Vans Warped Tour as Featured Artist

As the Warped Tour gets set to begin their 2012 Tour, Dead Sara joins a prestigious list of bands that have been featured on the warped tour – some of those past featured bands have been: Katy Perry (2008), Paramore (2005), Eminem (1999), No Doubt (1995), Sublime (1995), M.I.A. (2008), Limp Biscuit (1997), Sugar Ray (1997), 30 Seconds to Mars (2006), Rise Against (2004), All American Rejects (2003), Gym Class Heroes (2005), Mike Posner (2010), Fall Out Boy (2004), The Used (2002), My Chemical Romance (2004), AFI (2000), Avenged Sevenfold (2003), Black Eyed Peas (1999), Blink 182 (1996), Deftones (1995), Good Charlotte (2001), Dropkick Murphys (1999), Incubus (1998), New Found Glory (2001).

 

Vans Warped Tour 2012 - Featuring Dead Sara

Dead Sara’s Warped Tour Schedule

DATE MILES CITY, STATE VENUE CAP
14-Jun Boise, ID Idaho Center Amphitheatre 10,520
15-Jun Boise, ID Idaho Center Amphitheatre 10,520
16-Jun 340 Salt Lake City, UT Utah State Fairgrounds 17,500
17-Jun 518 Denver, CO Invesco Field at Mile High 25,000
18-Jun OFF
19-Jun 822 Phoenix, AZ Peoria Sports Complex/TBA 16,000
20-Jun 301 Las Vegas, NV Union Plaza 10,000
21-Jun 264 Irvine, CA Orange County Great Park TBD
22-Jun 36 Pomona, CA Pomona Fairplex 23,000
23-Jun 409 San Francisco, CA Shoreline Amphitheatre 16,000
24-Jun 353 Ventura, CA Seaside Park 17,000
25-Jun OFF
26-Jun 389 Sacramento, CA Sleep Train Amphitheatre 15,000
27-Jun 504 San Diego, CA Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre 16,000
28-Jun OFF
29-Jun 682 Las Cruces, NM N.M.S.U. Practice Field 15,000
30-Jun 598 San Antonio, TX AT&T Center 17,884
1-Jul 198 Houston, TX Sam Houston Race Park 18,834
2-Jul OFF
Hildalgo, TX State Farm Arena
3-Jul 241 Dallas, TX Gexa Energy Pavilion 18,800
4-Jul OFF
5-Jul 647 St. Louis, MO Verizon Wireless Amphitheater 18,000
6-Jul 531 Detroit, MI Comerica Park 25,000
7-Jul 283 Chicago, IL First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre 21,903
8-Jul 408 Minneapolis, MN Canterbury Park 20,000
9-Jul 437 Kansas City, MO Sandstone Amphitheater 18,000
10-Jul 482 Indianapolis, IN Verizon Wireless Music Center 16,750
11-Jul 317 Cleveland, OH Blossom Music Center 16,750
12-Jul 133 Pittsburgh, PA First Niagara Pavilion 18,000
13-Jul 321 Toronto, ON Arrow Hall 20,000
14-Jul 343 Montréal, QC Parc Jean Drapeau 20,000
15-Jul 332 Hartford, CT The Comcast Theatre 24,087
16-Jul OFF
17-Jul 398 Buffalo, NY Darien Lake PAC 21,000
18-Jul 279 Scranton, PA Toyota Pavilion 17,425
19-Jul 295 Boston, MA Comcast Center 19,300
20-Jul 309 Philadelphia, PA Susquehanna Bank Center 19,250
21-Jul 120 Uniondale, NY Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum 23,000
22-Jul 78 Oceanport, NJ Monmouth Park Racetrack 20,000
23-Jul OFF
24-Jul 215 Washington, D.C. Merriweather Post Pavilion 17,500
25-Jul 209 Virginia Beach, VA Farm Bureau Live 15,000
26-Jul 613 Atlanta, GA Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood 14,750
27-Jul 438 Orlando, FL Central Florida Fairgrounds 17,000
28-Jul 236 Miami, FL Cruzan Amphitheatre 15,998
29-Jul 285 Tampa, FL Vinoy Park 15,000
30-Jul 575 Charlotte, NC Charlotte Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre 17,500
31-Jul 479 Cincinnati, OH Riverbend Music Center 16,000
1-Aug 382 Milwaukee, WI Marcus Amphitheatre 14,500
2-Aug OFF
3-Aug OFF
4-Aug 1,992 Seattle, WA Gorge Amphitheatre 20,000
5-Aug 174 Portland, OR Washington County Fairgrounds 13,000
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