The Vamps Announce US Headlining Tour With Special Guests HRVY & New Hope Club – Details Here!
Off the heels of their new sold-out headlining UK and European tour, which sold 100k+ tickets marking their fourth arena tour to date, Island Records artists, The Vamps, have just announced their US Headlining Tour kicking off this fall (with special guests HRVY and New Hope Club). Along with past favorites, the tour will include tracks off their new album Night & Day (Day Edition) including “Just My Type,” which recently released to rave reviews and is nearing 6 million global streams; the video, which released just last week, has already amassed over 3 million views.
The headlining tour will kick off in Seattle on September 15th and make stops in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Dallas, Chicago and Boston before wrapping in New York City on October 4th. All tickets for the USA tour will go on sale Friday, July 27th at 10am local time. Go to https://www.thevamps.net for more info on tickets. The Vamps are Brad Simpson (Vocals, Guitar), James McVey (Guitar), Connor Ball (Bass) and Tristan Evans (Drums).
Check out the group’s latest video below.
SEPTEMBER 15 – SEATTLE, WA @ SHOWBOX
SEPTEMBER 16 – PORTLAND, OR @ WONDERLAND BALLROOM
SEPTEMBER 18 – SAN FRANCISCO, CA @ AUGUST HALL
SEPTEMBER 19 – LOS ANGELES, CA @ BELLASCO THEATRE
SEPTEMBER 25 – DALLAS, TX @ HOUSE OF BLUES
SEPTEMBER 27 – CHICAGO, IL @ VIC THEATRE
SEPTEMBER 30 – SILVER SPRING, MD @ THE FILLMORE
OCTOBER 2 – PHILADELPHIA, PA @ THEATRE OF THE LIVING ARTS
OCTOBER 3 – BOSTON, MA @ PARADISE ROCK CLUB (*w/o HRVY)
OCTOBER 4 – NEW YORK, NY @ PLAYSTATION THEATER
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