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The Struts Announce U.S. Summer Headline Tour

February 27, 2019

Interscope rock band The Struts announce a U.S. summer headline tour earlier this week. Currently finishing up a sold-out European run that includes stops in the U.K., France, Italy, and Germany - Young & Dangerous Tour 2019 will make stops in major markets including Los Angeles, Nashville, New York City and Washington DC. Tickets for the Young & Dangerous Tour 2019 go on sale Friday, March 1. Visit thestruts.com for more info.

The Struts released their sophomore album YOUNG&DANGEROUS in the fall of 2018. On YOUNG&DANGEROUS, The Struts let loose with the sing-along-ready and riff-heavy sound they’ve brought to stadiums and arenas all around the world. Lead single “Body Talks” has topped the rock charts and Kesha joined the band for the explosive collaboration “Body Talks ft. Kesha” which they performed together on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. This past December, The Struts completed their 2018 residency run (after eight sold-out shows in Los Angeles, New York City and Chicago respectively), by selling out three more shows at The Basement East in Nashville. YOUNG&DANGEROUS follows the 2016 release of The Struts’ debut album Everybody Wants. 

In just a few years, The Struts have found themselves massively embraced by some of the greatest icons in rock-and-roll history. Along with opening for Foo Fighters, The Rolling Stones, The Who, and Guns N’ Roses, the U.K.-bred four-piece was also hand-picked by Mötley Crüe to serve as the supporting act for their last-ever performances, while Dave Grohl praised them as “the best band to ever open for Foo Fighters.” In addition to the support slots, The Struts have been on the road nonstop since their formation including worldwide headline shows and prestigious festival plays including Lollapalooza, Governors Ball, Bottle Rock, Isle of Wright and many more. Formed in Derby, England in 2012, The Struts are Luke Spiller (lead singer), Adam Slack (guitar), Jed Elliott (bass) and Gethin Davies (drums).

Below is a complete list of dates, including previously announced, for The Struts Young & Dangerous Tour 2019:

  • March 21              Austin, TX                         Rodeo Austin
  • March 23              Fort Lauderdale, FL          Florida AIDS Walk & Music Festival
  • May 4                   Atlanta, GA                        Shaky Knees Music Festival
  • May 5                   Jacksonville, FL                Welcome to Rockville
  • May 7                    Houston, TX                     HOB~
  • May 8                   Dallas, TX                         HOB~
  • May 10                 Sioux City, IA                    Athem at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
  • May 11                 Kansas City, MO               KRBZ- Coors Light Block Party
  • May 13                 Charlotte, NC                    The Underground~
  • May 15                 Charleston, SC                 Music Farm~
  • May 16                 Norfolk, VA                        NorVA~
  • May 18                 Camden, NJ                      MMRBQ
  • May 19                 Columbus, OH                  Sonic Temple

General on sale for the below dates is Friday, March 1 at 10am local time.  Visit  www.thestruts.com to purchase tickets:

  • May 14                 Wilmington, NC                 Greenfield Lake Amphitheatre~
  • June 28                Englewood, CO                 Gothic Theatre
  • June 29                Salt Lake City, UT             The Depot*
  • July 1                   Tempe, AZ                         Marquee Theatre
  • July 2                   Los Angeles, CA             The Wiltern
  • July 3                   San Diego, CA                  The Observatory North Park
  • July 5                   Sacramento, CA                Ace of Spades
  • July 8                   Portland, OR                     Roseland Theater*
  • July 9                   Seattle, WA                       Showbox*
  • July 10                 Missoula, MT                     The Wilma*
  • July 13                 Saint Paul, MN                  Palace Theatre*
  • July 15                 Des Moines, IA                  Water Works Park*
  • July 16                 Indianapolis, IN                 Old National Centre*
  • July 17                 Nashville, TN                     Marathon Music Works*
  • July 19                 Detroit, MI                         The Fillmore*
  • July 20                 Grand Rapids, MI              20 Monroe Live*
  • July 21                 Pittsburgh, PA                   Stage AE*
  • July 25                 Buffalo, NY                        TBA*
  • July 26                 Utica, NY                           Saranac Brewery*
  • July 27                 New York, NY                    Pier 17*
  • July 30                 Boston, MA                       House of Blues*
  • August 4              Hampton Beach, NH         Hampton Beach Casino
  • August 6              Dewey Beach, DE             Bottle & Cork*
  • August 7              Washington, DC                930 Club*

~Des Rocs supports

*The Glorious Sons support

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