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GRANDSON UNVEILS 2019 HEADLINE TOUR

Fueled By Ramen recording artist grandson has announced plans for his first-ever headline tour. The North American “No Apologies Tour” begins Friday, February 22nd at Montreal, QC’s Petit Campus and travels through early April (see attached itinerary). Support on all announced Canadian dates comes from The Blue Stones; special guests for the U.S. shows will be revealed soon. Spotify Presale tickets will be available Wednesday, December 5th at 1:00PM EST through Thursday, December 6th at 11:59 PM local time. All remaining tickets will go on sale to the general public at 10:00 AM local time on Friday, December 7th.

grandson – who just last week shared the stage with Smashing Pumpkins at their sold out return to Chicago’s Aragon Ballroom – will be among the artists performing at the ALT 92.1 Snow Show 2019, set for Sunday, January 27th at Wilkes-Barre, PA’s F.M. Kirby Center. For complete details and ticket information, please visit www.grandsonmusic.com.

The “No Apologies Tour” follows the release of his acclaimed Fueled By Ramen debut EP, a modern tragedy vol. 1, available now at all DSPs and streaming services HERE. grandson is celebrating the tour announcement by unveiling a new companion visual for the EP’s “Despicable,” filmed live in London during his recent tour. The clip is streaming now on grandson’s official YouTube channel.

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The No Apologies Tour 2019

* with The Blue Stones

+  Festival Performance

JANUARY

27           Wilkes-Barre, PA                  Kirby Center for the Performing Arts +

FEBRUARY

22           Montreal, QC                        Petit Campus *

23           Ottawa, ON                           Babylon *

26           London, ON                           London Concert Theatre *

27           Kitchener, ON                       Wax *

28           Hamilton, ON                        The Studio at Hamilton Place *

MARCH

1              Toronto, ON                          The Opera House

6              Denver, CO                           Globe Hall

8              St. Paul, MN                          Amsterdam

9              Kansas City, MO                   Record Bar

10           St. Louis, MO                        Firebird

12           Chicago, IL                             Reggie’s Rock Club

13           Cleveland, OH                       Grog Shop

14           Detroit, MI                            El Club

16           Boston, MA                           Brighton Music Hall

17           Philadelphia, PA                   Voltage Lounge

19           Brooklyn, NY                         Rough Trade

20           Washington, DC                   Rock & Roll Hotel

22           Nashville, TN                         Basement East

23           Atlanta, GA                           Masquerade

25           Houston, TX                          White Oak Music Hall

26           Austin, TX                              The Parish

27           Dallas, TX                               Club Dada

30           Phoenix, AZ                           Crescent Ballroom

31           San Diego, CA                       The Irenic

APRIL

2              West Hollywood, CA           The Roxy

3              San Francisco, CA                Slim’s

5              Seattle, WA                           Crocodile Café

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