bleachersthe Jack Antonoff-led indie-pop act, announced a slate of tour dates for 2022 in support of their 2021 album, Eliminate Saturday Night Sadness. The tour will run from March to July and will benefit from the support of Allison Ponthier, beabadoobee, Blu DeTiger, Charly Bliss, Lemon twigs, Wolf Aliceand more.
After a two-night run in Boston, MA’s Roadrunner on March 24 and 25, Antonoff and company will take a few months off before heading south. The 2022 tour will kick off in earnest on May 17 in Orlando, Florida. House of Bluesfollowed by a stop at Jannus Live in St. Petersburg, Florida, the following night. From there, Bleachers will go through New Orleans, LA (5/20); Austin, TX (05/21); Houston, TX (5/24); and Dallas, TX (5/25) before a stint in Napa, CA BottleRock music festival on May 29.
A quick trip overseas to Primavera Sound in Barcelona, ES (6/10) will come before a return to the US East Coast. A show at Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA (6/15) will host an appearance in Manchester, TN’s Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival(6/17, 6/18), sending the Bleachers back west for a one-time event in Morrison, CO Red Rocks Amphitheater. After heading north of the border to Vancouver, BC (6/23), the tour will conclude with stops in Washington, California, Maine and New York.
Tickets for all of the newly announced Bleachers 2022 Tour dates will go on sale this Friday, February 4 at 10 a.m. local time. Head here for tickets and scroll down for a full list of tour dates.
To celebrate this tour announcement, Bleachers have shared a new music video for their 2021 hit song, “How Dare You Want More”, from the aforementioned Eliminate Saturday Night Sadness album. The visual for “How Dare You Want More” features footage from the band’s sold-out tour last fall, featuring behind-the-scenes videos and energetic performance clips from various stops across the United States.
Watch Bleachers’ new music video for “How Dare You Want More” via the player below.
Bleachers – “How dare you want more” [Official Music Video]
2022 Bleach Tour Dates
March 24 – Roadrunner, Boston, MA ~ (SOLD OUT)
March 25 – Roadrunner, Boston, MA (SOLD OUT)
May 17 – House of Blues, Orlando, Florida +
May 18 – Janus 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
June 10 – Primavera Sound, Barcelona, Spain
June 15 – Tabernacle, Atlanta, Georgia ^
June 17 – Bonnaroo, Nashville, TN
June 18 – Bonnaroo SuperJam, Nashville, TN
June 20 – Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison, CO – (SOLD OUT)
June 23 – Orpheum, Vancouver, BC >
June 25 – Marymoor Park, Seattle, WA >
June 26 – Grand Lodge, Forest Grove, WA >
June 28 – San Jose Civic Center, San Jose, CA >
June 29 – The Forum, Los Angeles, California >
July 22 – Thompson’s Point, Portland, ME*
July 26 – Radio City Music Hall, New York, NY*
July 27 – ARTPARK Amphitheater, Lewiston, NY *
July 29 – Ommegang Brewery, Cooperstown, NY*
^ Blu DeTiger
~ Charly Bliss
> Lemon twigs
– Wolf Alice
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