Polyphia have been turning heads since 2010 with their model of instrumental progressive rock, and so they’ll probably make some extra followers once they hit the highway subsequent spring in assist of their Bear in mind That You Will Die album. The band simply introduced dates that can carry them from late March via mid-April, offering their first in depth touring after the album’s launch.
The group will enable followers a while to digest the brand new music earlier than hitting the highway, with the album arriving this Friday (Oct. 28). Dates for the U.S. run begin on March 24 in Nashville and proceed via April 14 in Dallas. All dates, cities and venues could be seen beneath.
It also needs to be famous that when the band hits the highway, they’re conserving the momentum going with a Might run of dates within the U.Ok. and Europe beginning Might 9 in Bristol and concluding Might 26 in Paris. Tickets for that run could be bought through the band’s web site.
As for the North American trek, VIP packages and common admission ticketing kicks off this Friday (Oct. 28) at 9AM native time. Head to the group’s web site to purchase your tickets.
And as talked about, Polyphia’s Bear in mind That You Will Die album can also be due this Friday (Oct. 28). It options the songs “ABC,” “Neurotica” and “Taking part in God.” You may at the moment pre-order the set in quite a lot of codecs through the band’s web site.
Polyphia 2023 U.S. Tour
March 24 – Nashville, Tenn. @ Marathon Music Works
March 26 – Pensacola, Fla. @ Vinyl Music Corridor
March 28 – Tampa, Fla. @ Jannus Stay
March 29 – Orlando, Fla. @ Plaza Stay
March 30 – Columbia, S.C. @ The Senate
March 31 – Norfolk, Va. @ The NorVa
April 1 – Sayreville, N.J. @ Starland Ballroom
April 3 – Pittsburgh, Pa. @ Roxian Theatre
April 4 – Cleveland, Ohio @ Home of Blues
April 6 – Indianapolis, Ind. @ Deluxe
April 7 – Columbus, Ohio @ Newport Music Corridor
April 8 – Louisville, Ky. @ Mercury Ballroom
April 9 – St. Louis, Mo. @ Pink Flag
April 11 – Memphis, Tenn. @ Minglewood Corridor
April 13 – Austin, Texas @ Come and Take It Stay
April 14 – Dallas, Texas @ The Manufacturing facility in Deep Ellum
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