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PVRIS Announce Headlining Tour; To Play Lollapalooza In July

Alex Babinski, Lynn Gunn, Brian MacDonald - Photo by: Lindsey Barnes
Alex Babinski, Lynn Gunn and Brian MacDonald are Pvris – Photo by: Lindsey Barnes

Fans that might’ve missed PVRIS’ recent U.S. arena tour with Fall Out Boy are in luck: the indie buzz band will return home after their near-sold-out European dates for a North American headlining run that’ll kick off May 11 at the Cannery Ballroom in Nashville. Tickets go on sale Friday, April 1st at 10am local venue time. In June they’ll join Florence & The Machine, Ellie Goulding and Disclosure on the Firefly Music Festival, then head to Chicago in July for Lollapalooza alongside Radiohead, Lana Del Rey and The 1975.

Among the songs in the band’s set will be new single “You and I” from the deluxe version of their White Noise album, out April 22nd. Available for pre-order on iTunes by clicking HERE, this double-disc set includes a DVD with all 10 of the band’s videos and a CD that has full and unplugged versions of “You and I,” along with fan favorites like “St. Patrick” (which has over 6.6 million Spotify streams), “Holy,” (over 4 million streams), “My House” (which has racked up over 7 million streams), “Fire” (a BBC Radio 1 “Track of the Day”) and another new track titled “Empty” (both new songs were recorded with White Noise producer Blake Harnage).

The just-released “You and I” video, which can be seen HERE, was shot in Sacramento with director Raul Gonzo, and has amassed close to a million views in just a few short weeks. The band recently performed on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”and were featured on “Last Call with Carson Daly” and have spent the past year and a half playing to packed-house crowds around the world, stealing the show on last summer’s Warped Tour (founder Kevin Lyman called them the tour’s breakout act) before joining the likes of Mumford & Sons, Kendrick Lamar and Deadmau5 on the Reading and Leeds festivals.


May 11 @ Cannery Ballroom – Nashville, TN

May 12 @ Center Stage – Atlanta, GA

May 13 @ House of Blues – Lake Buena Vista, FL

May 15 @ House of Blues – Dallas, TX

May 16 @ House of Blues – Houston, TX

May 17 @ Alamo City Music Hall – San Antonio, TX

May 19 @ Livewire – Scottsdale, AZ

May 20 @ Fonda Theatre – Los Angeles, CA

May 21 @ Vinyl @ Hard Rock Hotel – Las Vegas, NV

May 22 @ House of Blues – San Diego, CA

May 24 @ Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, CA

May 25 @ Hawthorne Theatre – Portland, OR

May 26 @ Neptune – Seattle, WA

May 28 @ The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT

May 29 @ The Summit – Denver, CO

May 31 @ Mill City Nights – Minneapolis, MN

June 2 @ House of Blues – Chicago, IL

June 3 @ Bunbury Festival – Cincinnati, OH

June 4 @ St. Andrews Hall – Detroit, MI

June 5 @ Phoenix Concert Theatre – Toronto, ON

June 6 @ Corona Theatre – Montreal, QC

June 8 @ Webster Hall – New York, NY

June 10 @ Royale – Boston, MA