Bleachers Tour to Make Stops in NYC, Cooperstown, Lewiston this Summer

Following both the release of their 2021 album and their performance debut on NBC’s Saturday Night Live, Bleachers have announced that they will be going on tour. Accompanying the tour announcement is the release of the music video for “How Dare You Want More,” a fan favorite off of their last project Take The Sadness Out Of Saturday Night.

Bleachers, Saturday Night Live

The indie-pop act first came to fruition in 2013. While on the road with Fun, Jack Antonoff worked on his own solo project. The first single, “I Wanna Get Better,” was released a year later in 2014 and received extraordinarily positive critical reception. Since then, the act has released three studio albums and Antonoff has continued to grow in notoriety, working with the likes of Charli XCX, Carli Rae Jepsen, and more. Their latest album features both Bruce Springsteen and Lana Del Rey.

Rising indie star Beabadoobee will also be joining the band on tour in their three New York stops. She is a Filipino-British songwriter reminiscent of Phoebe Bridgers or Clairo. Her soft vocals which lullaby over acoustic guitar progressions create a cozy and nostalgic atmosphere for the listener. You may know her for her viral hit remix with Powfu, “death bed (coffee for your head),” which has since racked up over a billion streams on Spotify alone since its release in 2020. At only 21 years old, the young talent has since built a cult following and shows a promising future in the indie scene and her newest song, “Cologne,” shows both versatility and promise.


The band will pass through three New York venues in July, including the designated New York City landmark Radio City Music Hall. Other venues include ARTPARK Amphitheater, located alongside the Niagra River, and Brewery Ommegang in Cooperstown, home of the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

Mar 24 – Roadrunner, Boston, MA (SOLD OUT)

Mar 25 – Roadrunner, Boston, MA (SOLD OUT)

May 17 – House of Blues, Orlando, FL

May 18 – Jannus Live, St. Petersburg, FL

May 20 – The Fillmore, New Orleans, LA

May 21 – Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater, Austin, TX

May 24 – House of Blues, Houston, TX

May 25 – South Side Ballroom, Dallas, TX

May 29 – BottleRock, Napa Valley, CA

Jun 10 – Primavera Sound, Barcelona, Spain

Jun 15 – Tabernacle, Atlanta, GA

Jun 17 – Bonnaroo, Nashville, TN

Jun 18 – Bonnaroo SuperJam, Nashville, TN

Jun 20 – Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO (SOLD OUT)

Jun 23 – Orpheum, Vancouver, BC

Jun 25 – Marymoor Park, Seattle, WA

Jun 26 – Grand Lodge, Forest Grove, WA

Jun 28 – San Jose Civic Center, San Jose, CA

Jun 29 – The Forum, Los Angeles, CA

Jul 22 – Thompson’s Point, Portland, ME

Jul 26 – Radio City Music Hall, New York, NY

Jul 27 – ARTPARK Amphitheater, Lewiston, NY

Jul 29 – Brewery Ommegang, Cooperstown, NY

The artist pre-sale for the tour begins at 12 PM EST on Monday, January 31st. Spotify pre-sale starts on Thursday, February 3rd at 10 AM EST. Moreover, Citi cardmembers will have access to pre-sale tickets for three select days: Monday, January 31st at 2 PM EST until Thursday, February 3rd at 10 PM EST.

Access for everyone starts Friday, February 4th at 10 PM EST.

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