We like to consider us prepared for pretty much anything here at Vanyaland, but this announcement yesterday certainly caught us off-guard: “We’re finally getting back on the road again this summer in North America – so excited about it! The first batch of dates (most with Bob Moses) is up…”
That message comes from Phantogram, who have announced a 25-date North American tour that comes to Boston’s House of Blues on September 3. A pre-sale is live today, while the general on-sale begins Friday (May 17) at 10 a.m. local time.
Phantogram’s most recent album is 2016’s Three, which gave us pure bangers like “Same Old Blues” and “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore.” No word yet on its follow-up, but the duo of Josh Carter and Sarah Barthel did release a one-off single last year titled “Someday.” Listen to it below while eyeballing all the Phantogram dates in pure list form.
PHANTOGRAM’S 2019 TOUR DATES: June 2: Camden, NJ, Radio 104.5 12th Birthday Celebration July 19: Seattle, WA, Capitol Hill Block Party August 16: Reno, NV, Grand Theatre at The Grand Sierra Resort* August 17: Ogden, UT, Twilight Concert Series* August 18: Denver, CO, The Mission Ballroom August 20: Bellvue, CO, Mishawaka Amphitheatre* August 22: Council Bluffs, IA, Stir Cove at Harrah’s* August 23: Kansas City, MO, KC Live!* August 25: St. Paul, MN, Palace Theatre* August 27: Madison, WI, The Sylvee* August 28: Columbus, OH, Express Live!* August 29: Detroit, MI, The Fillmore* August 30: Toronto, ON, Rebel* August 31: Clifton Park, NY, Upstate Concert Hall September 3: Boston, MA, House of Blues* September 5: Brooklyn, NY, Kings Theatre September 6: Washington, D.C., The Anthem* September 9: Atlanta, GA, Tabernacle* September 10: Birmingham, AL, Avondale Brewing Company* September 12: Houston, TX, White Oak Music Hall* September 13: Dallas, TX, The Bomb Factory* September 14: Austin, TX, Stubb’s* September 16: Phoenix, AZ, The Van Buren* September 18: San Francisco, CA, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium* September 20-22: Las Vegas, NV, Life Is Beautiful * with Bob Moses