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Bleachers Announce Second Leg Of “Gone Now Era” Headlining Fall Tour




(Los Angeles, CA)—Today, Bleachers announce the second leg of their “Gone Now Era” headlining fall tour in support of their recently released sophomore album Gone Now.  The tour will be making stops in a number of previously announced cities across the U.S. such as Nashville, Dallas, and Los Angeles, as well as new stops in Chicago, Boston, and New York City. The tour will be supported by Swedish singer-songwriter, Tove Styrke, and British born musician, Bishop Briggs will be joining Bleachers on tour in various markets. Tickets for the second leg of the tour will go on sale on Friday, July 28th at 10am local time and can be purchased here. See full list of tour dates below.

SAT 8/12 KTCL Channel 93.3 Big Gig Englewood, CO
SUN 8/13 Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival San Francisco, CA
SAT 8/19 ALT 98.7 Summer Camp Long Beach, CA
SUN 8/27 ALT 92.1 ALTitude Scranton, PA
FRI 9/8 Artpark Lewiston, NY
SUN 9/10 Shadow Of The City Asbury Park, NJ w/ Tove Styrke
TUE 9/12 The Orange Peel Asheville, NC w/ Tove Styrke
WED 9/13 Marathon Music Works Nashville, TN w/ Tove Styrke
FRI 9/15 Center Stage Atlanta, GA w/ Tove Styrke
SAT 9/16 Jannus Live St. Petersburg, FL w/ Tove Styrke
SUN 9/17 The Beacham Orlando, FL w/ Tove Styrke
TUE 9/19 Emo’s Austin, TX w/ Tove Styrke
WED 9/20 House of Blues Dallas, TX w/ Tove Styrke
FRI 9/22 ALT AZ Dia De Los ALT Phoenix, AZ w/ Bishop Briggs and Tove Styrke
SAT 9/23 iHeart Radio Music Festival Las Vegas, NV
TUE 9/26 The Fonda Theatre Los Angeles, CA w/ Tove Styrke
WED 9/27 The Observatory North Park San Diego, CA w/ Tove Styrke
TUE 10/3 Roseland Theater Portland, OR w/ Tove Styrke
WED 10/4 Showbox SoDo Seattle, WA w/ Tove Styrke
SUN 10/8 All Things Go Fall Classic Washington, D.C.
WED 10/11 Anthology Rochester, NY
TUE 11/7 Cain’s Ballroom Tulsa, OK w/ Bishop Briggs
WED 11/8 Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland Kansas City, MO
FRI 11/10 The Rave Milwaukee, WI w/ Bishop Briggs
SAT 11/11 Riviera Theatre Chicago, IL w/ Bishop Briggs
TUE 11/14 Phoenix Concert Theatre Toronto, ON w/ Bishop Briggs
THU 11/16 The Fillmore Philadelphia, PA w/ Bishop Briggs
FRI 11/17 House of Blues Boston, MA w/ Bishop Briggs
MON 11/20 Terminal 5 New York, NY w/ Bishop Briggs

Bleachers’ sophomore album Gone Now was released on June 2nd, 2017 on RCA Records. The first single off of the album, “Don’t Take The Money” (Click HERE to watch the music video), hit #3 at Alternative Radio. The band recently performed the song at the outdoor stage on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (Click HERE).

Ahead of the album release, The New York Times put out a glorifying profile piece on Bleachers’ front man, Jack Antonoff.  The article, which appeared in the Sunday edition of the paper, states that the band’s new music is “anthemic, life-affirming pop-rock”. Click HERE to read.

Fans can catch Bleachers performing on Good Morning America’s Summer Concert Series on Friday, August 11th on ABC. For more information on how to attend, click HERE.

About Jack Antonoff

Jack Antonoff is a three-time Grammy®Award-winning singer, songwriter, musician, and producer, as well as the creative force behind Bleachers. After serving as lead guitarist in multi-platinum band fun., Antonoff launched his solo project Bleachers in 2014 with the critically acclaimed debut album Strange Desire. The album found him setting emotional meditations on anxiety, depression, and loss against a backdrop of earworm melodies and massive choruses on songs like the gold-certified “I Wanna Get Better” (which topped Billboard’s Alternative chart) and the #3 Alternative radio hit “Rollercoaster.” Antonoff toured the world for a year and a half in support of Strange Desire, building a cult fan base for his cathartic, suburban influenced anthems.

In addition to his work with Bleachers, Antonoff is an in-demand songwriter and producer for other artists, including Taylor Swift (he co-wrote and co-produced three songs on Swift’s Grammy®-winning album 1989 including out of the woods), Sara Bareilles (co-writing her Grammy®-nominated hit “Brave”), Zayn (co-writing and producing his No. 2 Hot 100 duet with Taylor Swift “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever”), Sia, Tegan & Sara, Carly Rae Jepsen, Troye Sivan, Grimes, and, most recently Lorde, having co-written and co-produced her new single “Green Light” and her highly anticipated new album, Melodrama. 

Antonoff also founded and curated the annual “Shadow of the City” music festival, which takes place in Antonoff’s home state of New Jersey in the parking lot of the Asbury Park Stone Pony. In addition, this year Simon & Schuster will publish Antonoff’s first book, Record Store — a heavily illustrated anthology of essays, interviews, photographs, and ephemera that will pay tribute to the cherished and endangered cultural institution.

Antonoff is also a passionate advocate for Planned Parenthood and LGBTQ rights, having collected signatures from 142 high-profile artists, writers, and creators to deliver a message to legislators in Texas considering anti-LGBTQ laws. He is a co-founder of The Ally Coalition (TAC), which encourages allies of the LGBTQ community to take action for LGBTQ equality and support its causes. TAC has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars over the last few years for local LGBTQ homeless shelters around the US.


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