Dates Announced for Echosmith’s 2015 Headline Tour

The band behind one of 2014’s hottest–and also coolest–singles is preparing to embark on a headline tour of North America.

The announcement, which comes as “Cool Kids” remains hot at hot adult contemporary radio and on the all-encompassing Billboard Hot 100, confirms that the four-piece band will commence the campaign at Iowa State University on February 10, 2015. Spanning many top North American markets, the effort will conclude in San Diego on March 29.

Per Warner Bros. Records, “The band will be playing all across the country, from Nashville and DC to Chicago, Boston, and LA. Tickets officially go on sale Friday, November 7, but members of the Echosmith email list will have access to a special pre-sale starting November 5, which will also include a free, exclusive poster with every presale ticket purchased. You can go to to sign up for the mailing list and for more info.”

Dates for the band’s 2015 headline tour follow:

2/10/15 Iowa State University – Ames, IA
2/12/15 3rd & Lindsley – Nashville, TN
2/14/15 Fitzgerald’s Upstairs – Houston, TX
2/15/15 Emo’s- Austin, TX
2/18/15 House of Blues – New Orleans, LA
2/20/15 The Social – Orlando, FL
2/25/15 Visulite Theatre – Charlotte, NC
2/26/15 930 Club – Washington, DC
2/28/15 Theatre of the Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA
3/01/15 Paradise Rock Club – Boston, MA
3/03/15 Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre – Montreal, QC
3/05/15 Virgin Mobile Mod Club – Toronto, ON
3/06/15 Beachland Ballroom & Tavern – Cleveland, OH
3/07/15 Shelter – Detroit, MI
3/11/15 Deluxe @ Old National Center – Indianapolis, IN
3/12/15 Metro – Chicago, IL
3/17/15 Gothic Theatre – Englewood, CO
3/18/15 The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT
3/20/15 Wonder Ballroom – Portland, OR
3/21/15 Showbox at the Market – Seattle, WA
3/22/15 The Rio Theatre – Vancouver, BC
3/25/15 The Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, CA
3/27/15 The Fonda Theatre – Los Angeles, CA
3/28/15 House of Blues – Anaheim, CA
3/29/15 House of Blues – San Diego, CA

Written by Brian Cantor

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