Silversun Pickups Confirm Thirty Date U.S. Tour In 2020

Today, Silversun Pickups confirm a thirty-date tour of the United States, throughout February and March of next year and in support of their latest studio album, Widow’s Weeds. The band will perform in cities including Los Angeles, Austin, Washington D.C., as well as two shows at New York City’s Brooklyn Steel (full dates and information below). Eliza & The Delusionals are confirmed as the support act on the February dates of this tour, and the Australian band has been #1 at Sirius Alt Nation with their single “Just Exist” for the last three months, intermittently. Support for the March dates will be confirmed soon. Tickets for these shows will go on sale on Friday, December 13 at 10am local time (with the exception of Washington D.C.’s March 8th show which will go on sale on Thursday, December 12th at 10am local) here.

The band today also shares their Alan Del Rio Ortiz directed music video for “Don’t Know Yet” via Billboard, along with an interview. Brian Aubert of the band reveals: “We thought that his [Ortiz] idea seems to feel really right with the song. We couldn’t figure out how the song necessarily worked in some more clever, narrative thing. We just realized, I think, it’s time we have something very, very fundamental, like a really well-shot performance video. We felt like maybe people want to see us in this one.” Watch the music video for “Don’t Know Yet,” and read Brian’s interview, via Billboard here.

Silversun Pickups Tour (New Dates In Bold)

Dec 13 /// Eugene, OR /// McDonald Theatre +

Dec 14 /// Crystal Ballroom /// Portland, OR SOLD OUT

Dec 16 ///  Sacramento, CA /// Ace of Spades SOLD OUT

Dec 17 /// San Diego, CA /// Observatory SOLD OUT

Dec 18 /// Phoenix, AZ /// The Marquee +

Feb 04 /// Ventura, CA /// Ventura Theatre*

Feb 05 /// Santa Ana, CA /// The Observatory* 

Feb 07 /// Los Angeles, CA /// The Wiltern*

Feb 08 /// Oakland, CA /// Fox Theatre*

Feb 10 /// Las Vegas, NV /// House of Blues*

Feb 12 /// Salt Lake City, UT /// The Union Event Center*

Feb 13 /// Aspen, CO /// Belly Up*

Feb 14 /// Denver, CO /// Ogden Theatre*

Feb 16 /// Tulsa, OK /// Cain’s Ballroom*

Feb 18 /// Houston, TX /// House of Blues*

Feb 19 /// Austin, TX /// Stubb’s BBQ*

Feb 20 /// Dallas, TX /// House of Blues*

Feb 22 /// New Orleans, LA /// The Fillmore*

Mar 01 /// Philadelphia, PA /// The Fillmore

Mar 02 /// Boston, MA /// House of Blues

Mar 03 /// New Haven, CT /// College Street Music Hall

Mar 05 /// Brooklyn, NY /// Brooklyn Steel

Mar 06 /// Brooklyn, NY /// Brooklyn Steel

Mar 08 /// Washington D.C. /// 9:30 Club

Mar 09 /// Charlotte, NC /// The Fillmore

Mar 11 /// Asheville, NC /// The Orange Peel

Mar 12 /// Atlanta, GA /// Buckhead Theatre

Mar 13 /// Knoxville, TN /// The Mill & Mine

Mar 15 /// Nashville, TN /// Marathon Music Works

Mar 17 /// Detroit, MI /// The Fillmore

Mar 18 /// Cleveland, OH /// Agora Theatre

Mar 19 /// Chicago, IL ///  Vic Theatre

Mar 21 /// Milwaukee, WI ///  The Rave

Mar 22 /// Madison, WI ///  The Sylvee

Mar 23 /// Minneapolis, MN ///  First Avenue

+Holiday Radio Show

*Support – Eliza & The Delusionals

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