Lovelytheband may currently be in the middle of their tour with AWOLNATION, but don’t expect the act to take any time off once that summer trek ends. Last week, the Los Angeles-founded group announced plans to keep their nonstop touring party going with another major excursion during the months of August, September, and October.
Titled the “Broken Like Me” tour —after their breakout single “Broken”— the fall tour will begin on Aug. 15 at the Velvet Underground in Toronto, Ontario and conclude on Oct. 19 at the Basement in Columbus, Ohio. While the vast majority of the tour dates were confirmed on social media by the band, it looks like there are still some shows that the group has yet to formally announce.
Tickets for the “Broken Like Me” tour are currently available on lovelytheband’s website.
Following a quick break, the trio will then cross the Atlantic to join 5 Seconds of Summer on the United Kingdom/European leg of their “Meet You There” tour. Tickets for those shows will go on sale beginning this Friday, June 15.
Thanks to their breakout single, lovelytheband has found lots of success on the radio waves and the music charts. Since the release of “Broken” in July of 2017, the song has racked over three million streams on Spotify and charted at the number one spot on Billboard’s Alternative Songs chart. After weeks of sitting at the number two spot on the Rock Airplay chart, “Broken” finally managed to dethrone Imagine Dragons’ latest hit “Whatever it Takes.”
Recently, the group released their latest single “These are My Friends.” Listen to the new tune above while the complete “Broken Like Me” tour itinerary can be found below.
BROKEN LIKE ME FALL 2018 TOUR DATES:
Aug. 15 – Toronto, Ontario – Velvet Underground
Aug. 16 – Montréal, Québec – L’Astral
Aug. 18 – New York, New York – Billboard Hot 100 Fest
Aug. 19 – Asbury Park , New Jersey – Asbury Lanes
Aug. 21 – Indianapolis, Indiana – Hi-Fi (21+ show)
Aug. 31 – Seattle, Washington – Bumbershoot Festival
Sept. 21 – Las Vegas, Nevada – Life is Beautiful Festival
Sept. 27 – Los Angeles, California – The Roxy Theatre
Sept. 28 – San Francisco, California – Popscene at Rickshaw Stop
Oct. 2 – Santa Ana, California – Constellation Room
Oct. 3 – Tempe, Arizona – Alt AZ Concert Series
Oct. 10 – Nashville, Tennessee – The High Watt
Oct. 12 – Washington, D.C. – Rock and Roll Hotel
Oct. 13 – Cambridge, Massachusetts – The Sinclair
Oct. 14 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – The Foundry
Oct. 15 – New York, New York – Bowery Ballroom
Oct. 17 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – Stage AE
Oct. 18 – Cleveland, Ohio – The Agora Ballroom
Oct. 19 – Columbus, Ohio – The Basement