Sleeping with Sirens announce early 2020 tour plans

With a handful of weeks left before we say good-bye to 2019, Sleeping with Sirens is already letting fans know that it’s going to be a year full of touring.

On Monday (Nov. 4), the Florida-founded band announced plans to embark on an early 2020 tour. Dubbed “The Medicine Tour,” the trek will find the band performing at venues across North America throughout January and February.

The month-long trek will include stops in Chicago, Salt Lake City, Denver, Las Vegas, Dallas, San Francisco, Baltimore, Toronto, and more. “The Medicine Tour” kicks off on Jan. 8 in Lincoln, Nebraska, and concludes a few weeks later on Feb. 8 in Grand Rapids.

Set It Off, Belmont, Point North will join Sleeping with Sirens throughout the excursion.

Tickets and VIP passes go on sale this Friday, Nov. 8, at 10 a.m. local time.

The upcoming tour is in support of Sleeping with Sirens’ recently released record How Does It Feel to Be Lost. The act’s fifth studio album is the follow-up to 2017’s Gossip.

The album has produced several singles, including “Agree to Disagree,” “Break Me Down,” and lead single “Leave it All Behind.”

How Does It Feel to Be Lost also marks Sleeping with Sirens’ first studio effort to be released through their new home of Sumerian Records.

The full list of upcoming tour dates can be found below.