Sleeping with Sirens to Tour Latin America in the Fall


After a successful co-headlining world tour with Pierce the Veil last year as well as part of this year and a successful acoustic tour this past Spring, Sleeping with Sirens have announced they will be taking the show to Latin America this Fall.

The tour will find the Orlando based band in Latin America beginning on Aug. 11 at the Bar Opiniao in Porto Alegre in Brazil.

The tour will then wrap up a little over a week later at the C3 Stage in Guadalajara, Mexico.

Check out the complete list of “Madness Latin America Tour” dates below.


Aug. 11 – Porto Alegre, Brazil @ Bar Opiniao
Aug. 12 – Curitiba, Brazil @ Music Hall
Aug. 15 – Sao Paulo, Brazil @ Carioca Club
Aug. 16 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil @ Circo Voador
Aug. 18 – Buenos Aires, Argentina @ Groove
Aug. 20 – Santiago, Chile @ Teatro Cariola
Aug. 22 – Mexico City, Mexico @ Pabellon Oeste del Palacio de los Deportes
Aug. 23 – Guadalajara, Mexico @ C3 Stage



Sleeping with Sirens wrapped up their “We Like it Loud Quiet Acoustic Tour” with The Summer Set and Nick Santino earlier this week (June 22).

Fun. Frontman Released Message About Cancelled Show


In what was sad news for fans of fun., the band had to cancel their appearance at t festival alongside Mumford & Sons sue to vocal issues that had been plaguing frontman Nate Ruess since the beginning of the year. The band had been scheduled to perform at the Gentlemen Of The Road Stopover in St. Augustine, FL last night, but a doctor had advised Ruess that the best thing he could do was sit out the show due to vocal concerns.

Today, Ruess has taken to the web to explain what exactly went on and why the band were forced to pull out of the event. The full message can be read below:

Hey Guys,

I just wanted to take a second and explain the unfortunate circumstances in which we had to cancel our set today with Mumford & Sons.

Since Xmas time last year, I had been experiencing some crazy and annoying vocal issues. For me it’s been particularly tough, because in all of my years of touring (including the early years of doing 12 straight shows), I’ve never had to cancel a show because of my voice. However, last winter my vocals finally started getting the best of me.

After seeing a doctor, we decided that it was best that we change a few things in the touring schedule, as well as in the way we would approach shows in the future.

Because of that, I’ve been able to get away with almost 10 straight months of touring, without any issues.

But the last few weeks, things have started to change again. This is really hard on me…my voice is my life. As much as it might suck for fans to miss the show, it feels equally as terrible for us. After all, our live performance is what we’ve built this band around, and to be honest, right now in the middle of this tour, we are really rolling.

But in order to keep the tour going (as well as any sort of tour in the future), I found it necessary to cancel the show today. I went to the doctor the other day, fortunately there isn’t any permanent damage, but he concurred that a few days off would be crucial.

It’s a massive drag to cancel a show/festival with a band that we not only admire as artists and live musicians, but also as people. If we could be there, we’d be wearing bells.

Our apologies to the ticket buyers, and to everyone involved in the Mumford show tonight. We promise to make it up to you. We always do.

See you soon,

As of right now, there has been no comments on whether they will also be rescheduling or cancelling the rest of their Most Nights tour which is scheduled to pick up tomorrow in Tuscaloosa, AL.