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Australian electronic musician and Dj Flume is coming with concerts to North America this summer. The trek begins May 16 by show in Palo Alto's Frost Amphitheatre, and wraps up June 24 with performance in Royal Oak, MI. Flume will visit Vancouver, BC, Washington, DC, Montreal, QC, Phoenix, AZ, Boston, MA, and other cities. Musician's concert itinerary also lists a number of appearances at festivals including Sasquatch, Lightning In A Bottle, and Bonnaroo. Flume's self-titled debut studio album was released in 2012 and was certified as double platinum by Australian Recording Industry Association.
Alt-rock outfit O.A.R. announced summer 2015 tour accross U.S. "Back To Rockville" outing begins July 3 by concert in Honolulu's The Republik, consists of 32 stops, and concludes September 13 by show in Morrison's Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Among other cities band will visit Minneapolis, MN, New York, NY, Indianapolis, IN, Boston, MA, Philadelphia, PA, Cleveland, OH, and Cincinnati, OH. The trek features guests Allen Stone and Brynn Elliott. Before and during the tour O.A.R. also will make appearances in a number of festivals including Lauderdale Live, Magic City Blues Festival, Bethlehem Musikfest, and Fashion Meets Music Festival (details are below). Band's lineup is Marc Roberge, Chris Culos, Richard On, Benj Gershman, and Jerry DePizzo. Latest O.A.R.'s studio album "The Rockville LP" was released in 2014.
Alt-metal outfit Faith No More just kicked off North American concert tour to support upcoming album. It's great news for band's fans who waited 18 year for this to happen. Trek's first leg spans to mid May and lists Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Toronto, and New York among other cities. After that Faith No More goes overseas to perform in Europe. Second North American leg begins July 26 by show in Austin's Music Hall, and concludes by appearance at Heavy Montreal festival on August 7-9. Band's upcoming studio album "Sol Invictus" is scheduled for release on May 19. Current Faith No More members are Mike Bordin, Roddy Bottum, Billy Gould, Mike Patton, and Jon Hudson.
Alt-rockers Sublime with Rome heralded dates of summer 2015 North American tour. The trek kicks off July 16 by show in Chula Vista's Sleep Train Amphitheatre, lists more than 30 dates and concludes by 2-day stay in Redmond's Marymoor Amphitheater on August 29-30. Sublime with Rome will visit Toronto, ON, Cleveland, OH, Cincinnati, OH, Philadelphia, PA, New York, NY, Boston, MA, and many other cities. Bands Rebelution, Pepper and Mickey Avalon are announced as support. New Sublime with Rome's studio album will be released this summer. Before the tour band is making appearances at several festivals including Amnesia Rockfest, Firefly, Tail Creek Mud & Music Festival, and Summerfest. Outfit members are Rome Ramirez, Eric Wilson, and Josh Freese.
Heavy metal band Danzig rolled out summer 2015 North American tour dates. The outing begins July 11 by concert in Pomona's Fox Theatre, lists 14 dates, and concludes July 31 by show in Las Vegas' Brooklyn Bowl. Among other cities outfit will visit Houston, TX, Dallas, TX, Denver, CO, Calgary, AB, Vancouver, BC, Seattle, WA, San Francisco, CA. Pennywise and Cancer bats are announced as support. Danzig said earlier that they are going to release new studio album in late 2015 or early 2016. Band consists of Glenn Danzig, Tommy Victor, Johnny Kelly, and Steve Zing.
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Started by Evan Candiano in Tour Managers & Production Feb 26.
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Started by Just Marycha in Tour Managers & Production Feb 9.
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