PVRIS prep for first North American headlining tour

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Fresh off a huge tour with Fall Out Boy and Awolnation, Lowell, MA rockers PVRIS have announced their first headlining North American tour in support of the deluxe release of their 2014 Rise Records debut, White Noise, which will be available April 22. Pre-orders are ongoing.

The band will kick things off in Nashville on May 11 and wrap up in their home state of Massachusetts on June 10. A full list of the tour dates can be found below. Tickets for the run will go on sale April 1.

White Noise was initially received with positive reviews (including here at UTG where it was given a perfect 10/10) when it was originally released in November 2014, successfully blending elements of rock, post-hardcore and electro-pop. The deluxe edition will feature new songs, including the newly released track “You and I” (you can check out the music video below), and a second disk which contains 10 music videos and new artwork of the band.

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PVRIS North American tour dates:

May 11: Cannery Ballroom – Nashville, Tenn.
May 12: Center Stage – Atlanta, Ga.
May 13: House of Blues – Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
May 15: House of Blues – Dallas, Tex.
May 16: House of Blues – Houston, Tex.
May 17: Alamo City Music Hall – San Antonio, Tex.
May 19: Livewire – Scottsdale, Ariz.
May 20: Fonda Theatre – Los Angeles, Cali.
May 21: Vinyl : Hard Rock Hotel – Las Vegas, Nev.
May 22: House of Blues – San Diego, Cali.
May 24: Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, Cali.
May 25: Hawthorne Theatre – Portland, Ore.
May 26: Neptune – Seattle, Wash.
May 28: The Complex – Salt Lake City, Utah
May 29: The Summit – Denver, Col.
May 31: Mill City Nights – Minneapolis, Minn.
June 2: House of Blues – Chicago, Ill.
June 3: Bunbury Festival – Cincinnati, Ohio
June 4: St. Andrews Hall – Detroit, Mich.
June 5: Phoenix Concert Theatre – Toronto, Ontario
June 6: Corona Theatre – Montreal, Quebec
June 8: Webster Hall – New York, N.Y.
June 10: Royale – Boston, Mass.

Bianca Silva

Bianca Silva has two main passions in life: music and photography. When she's not wiring about it, you can catch her at a show with her friends or by herself. And outside the musical realm, you can find her ranting endlessly about baseball, especially the New York Mets.
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