Multi-platinum recording artist Bush will hit the road this summer for a 16-city tour through parts of the United States.
Chevelle will add tour support on most of tour dates throughout trek. The bands kick things off in Walker, Minnesota, at the Moondance Jam on July 6, and wrap up on Aug. 14 at the Pier Six Pavilion in Baltimore, Maryland.
Western NY fans will have the chance to see frontman Gavin Rossdale and his band up close at the Rapids Theatre in Niagara Falls on Aug. 6. Unfortunately for New Yorkers, the only show on the tour coming to the Empire state will not feature Chevelle.
General admission tickets for the Rapids Theatre will cost $34.50. Meet-and-greet packages are available, ranging from $200 to $250.
Bush shot themselves right into the spotlight with their debut studio album Sixteen Stone. The album is certified six times multi-platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America, selling more than 6 million copies, and more than 10 million albums throughout the 1990s, making them one of the most successful bands during that decade. Sixteen Stone also churned out No. 1 hits “Comedown” and “Glycerine.” The album also produced the hits “Everything Zen,” “Little Things,” and “Machinehead.”
Bush tour dates:
07-21 – Moondance Jam – Walker, MN
07-23 – PNC Pavilion – Cincinnati, OH
07-24 – Freedom Hill Amphitheatre – Sterling Heights, MI
07-26 – The Farm Bureau – Indianapolis, IN
07-27 – Express Live – Columbus, OH
07-28 – Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA
07-31 – Orbit Room – Grand Rapids, MI
08-02 – The Rapids Theatre – Niagara Falls, NY
08-03 – Blue Hills Bank Pavilion – Boston, MA
08-05 – Stone Pony Summer Stage – Asbury Park, NJ
08-07 – Fillmore – Philadelphia, PA
08-09 – Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre – Charlotte, NC
Chad is a mobile/dance DJ by trade. He also has been in party planning and room design for corporate events. Chad's love for live concerts now has him trying his hand at music related journalism and concert photography. Chad finds it easy from being a DJ to attend shows out of his comfort zone and still enjoy the night.