five-piece electronica band Nightbox are heading out on the road across The United States having just returned from the UK performing to hugh crowds at Reading and Leeds as well as a packed Club NME after selling out Koko in London. After a hugely successful North American run earlier in the year alongside Rush Midnight and accompanying Albert Hammond, Jr. on his UK tour, Nightbox now heads out to support indie-pop five-piece, Brooklyn band Snowmine while continuing to push their sophomore EP "The Panic Sequence" released via Rare Beef worldwide, and Magniph Records in Japan.
This is also the last chance to get in on exclusive merch and the opportunity to get beers with the band while in your town through their Pledge Music campaign which ends on September 21st.
U.S. Tour Dates:
Sep 16 Great Scott Allston, MA
Sep 17 Chronic Town State College, PA
Sep 18 Schubas Chicago, IL
Sep 19 Gardner Lounge Grinnell, IA
Sep 20 7th St Entry Minneapolis, MN
Sep 23 Sunset Tavern Seattle, WA
Sep 24 Mississippi Studios Portland, OR
Sep 26 Rickshaw Stop San Francisco, CA
Sep 27 The Echo Los Angeles, CA
Sep 28 Casbah San Diego, CA
Sep 30 Pub Rock Scottsdale, AZ
Oct 01 Club Congress Tucson, AZ
Oct 02 Lowbrow Palace El Paso, TX
Oct 04 Austin City Limits Festival Austin, TX
Oct 04 ACL Aftershow (Lamberts) Austin, TX
Oct 05 Three Links Dallas, TX
Oct 07 The High Watt Nashville, TN
Oct 08 The Earl Atlanta, GA
Oct 09 The Mothlight Asheville, NC
Oct 10 Kings Raleigh, NC
Oct 11 Johnny Brenda's Philadelphia, PA
Oct 12 Baby's All Right New York, NY
*All tour dates with Snowmine
(Photo Credit: Nicky Bitter)
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