Neon Trees Reveal “Intimate” Summer U.S. Tour Dates

Pop rockers Neon Trees have announced summer touring plans across the U.S. The quartet will wind around the country in June and July, playing 26 dates in major cities along the way.


Being titled as “an intimate night with Neon Trees”, the band will kick things off at the Showbox in Seattle on June 6. They’ll travel down the coast through Portland, San Francisco and Los Angeles before ending up at The Pool in Las Vegas on June 12.

From there, the tour heads east and will wind up on the eastern seaboard by July, making stops in Ft. Lauderdale, Orlando and St. Petersburg, Florida in the middle of the month. Following additional stops in Atlanta, Nashville, Cleveland, and Washington (to name a few), the stripped-down tour will finally wrap at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston on July 26.

Playing smaller clubs and theaters is a more minimalistic approach for the Utah-based rockers. Known for its energetic live performance, Neon Trees’ bare bones set is geared more toward fan experience and communal interaction. The four-piece will be touring behind Pop Psychology, their latest release that dropped in April of last year.

Tickets for most shows go on sale to the general public this Friday, April 3 at 10am local time. Presale will be made available on Wednesday, April 1 at 10am local time. Secondary market tickets are already available.

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Neon Trees 2015 Tour Dates

June 6 — Seattle — Showbox
June 7 — Portland — Wonder Ballroom
June 9 — San Francisco — The Fillmore
June 11 — Los Angeles — The Fonda Theatre
June 12 — Las Vegas — The Pool — The Cosmopolitan
June 15 — Englewood — Gothic Theatre
June 17 — Austin — Emo’s Alternative Lounge, Inside
June 18 — Dallas — Granada Theater
June 19 — Houston — House of Blues
June 20 — Baton Rouge — Dixie Landin’ Theme Park
June 22 — St. Louis — The Ready Room
June 24 — Grand Rapids — Intersection
June 25 — Minneapolis — Varsity Theatre
June 26 — Council Bluff — Stir Cove at Harrah’s Casino
July 9 — Ft. Lauderdale — Revolution
July 10 — Orlando — Beacham Theatre
July 11 — St. Petersburg — State Theatre
July 13 — Atlanta — Center State Theatre
July 14 — Nashville — The Cannery
July 16 — Columbus — Newport Music Hall
July 17 — Cleveland — House of Blues
July 18 — Baltimore — Rams Head Live
July 20 — Washington — 9:30 Club
July 21 — Philadelphia — TLA
July 22 — New York — Irving Plaza
July 26 — Boston — Paradise Rock Club

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