Bishop Briggs Announces New North American and European Headlining Dates

Off the heels of her sold out spring headlining North American tour, Island Records artist Bishop Briggs announces additional North American and European tour dates this summer and fall. The headlining European tour will kick off in Oslo on September 17th and make stops in Paris, London and Berlin before winding up at Glasgow on September 27th. The North American tour will make stops in Los Angeles and Oakland before heading to Austin City Limits Festival on October 5th.  (Please see complete tour dates below.) All tickets for the North American tour will go on sale this Friday, June 15 at 10am local time. Go to for info on tickets and unique, limited VIP Tour Experiences.

“White Flag”, which is top 15 at Alternative radio, is the latest track to impact from “CHURCH OF SCARS”, the critically acclaimed debut album from Bishop Briggs. “CHURCH OF SCARS”, which debuted at #1 on the Alternative iTunes chart and top 10 on the Billboard Top Album chart, includes RIAA-gold single “River” (211 million global streams) and “Wild Horses” (54 million global streams).

Date                        City                                          Venue                                                 
June     17               Montauk, NY                            The Surf Lodge
June     19               Asbury Park, NJ                       Asbury Lanes*
June     20               Baltimore, MD                          Rams Head Live!*
June     21-24          Rothbury, MI                            Electric Forest^
June     23               Hamilton, ON                           Tim Horton’s Field (w/ Arkells and Cold War Kids)
June     24               Millvale, PA                              Mr. Smalls Theatre*
June     26               Columbus, OH                         Newport Music Hall*

June     27               Cleveland, OH                         Beachland Ballroom*

June 28-July 1         Rothbury, MI                            Electric Forest^
June     30                Tinley Park, IL                         WKQX PiQniQ
July       1                 St. Louis, MO                          Delmar Hall*
July       3                 Milwaukee, WI                         Summerfest^
Aug       28               Edmonton, AB                         Union Hall
Aug       29               Calgary, AB                             The Palace
Aug       31               Palmer, AK                              Alaska State Fair
Aug 31-Sept 2         Seattle, WA                              Bumbershoot Festival^
Sept      4                 Oakland, CA                            Fox Theater**
Sept      5                 Los Angeles, CA                      The Theatre at Ace Hotel**
Sept      9                 Phoenix, AZ                             The Van Buren**
Sept      13-16          Victoria, BC                              Rifflandia Festival^
Sept      14-16          Denver, CO                              Grandoozy
Sept      17               Oslo, Norway                            Parkteatret
Sept      18               Stockholm, Sweden                  Obaren
Sept      19               Copenhagen, Denmark             Vega Small Hall
Sept      21               Hamburg, Germany                   Reeperbahn Festival^
Sept      22               Amsterdam, Netherlands           Bitterzoet
Sept      24               Berlin, Germany                         Privatclub
Sept      25               Paris, France                              Le Badaboum
Sept      26               London, UK                                Heaven
Sept      27               Glasgow, UK                              The Garage (Attic Bar)
Oct        5-7              Austin, TX                                   Austin City Limits Music Festival^
Oct        20               Monterrey, MX                            Live Out Festival^
Oct        26-28          Live Oak, FL                               Suwannee Hulaween^

*w/ L.I.F.T
**w/ Joywave

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