The pop-punk group Sleeping With Sirens is celebrating their new LP with a 2020 North American trek.
The 21-date headlining tour will kick-off in Lincoln, Nebraska on January 8, 2020 at the Bourbon Theatre. From there, they’ll stop in Las Vegas, Dallas, Nashville, Albany, and Philadelphia, hitting venues along the way like Worcester’s Palladium, The Masquerade in Atlanta, Regency in San Francisco, and Detroit’s Crofoot. Early February, they’ll wrap-up at The Intersection in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Alt-rockers of Set It Off will provide support, along with Belmont and Point North.
How It Feels To Be Lost, Sleeping With Sirens’ sixth studio album, dropped this past September. The record features tracks like “Leave It All Behind,” “Break Me Down,” and “Agree To Disagree,” as well as the track aptly titled “Medicine (Devil in My Head).” This LP sees the band return to their post-hardcore roots, a stark difference from 2017’s Gossip. The band is best-known for cult-classic hits like 2011’s “If You Can’t Hang” and “Do It Now Remember It Later” from Let’s Cheers To This and “If I’m James Dean, You’re Audrey Hepburn” from 2010’s With Ears To See And Eyes To Hear.
Set It Off, the trio known for their orchestral-rock choruses in smashes like “Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing” and “Why Worry” returned this year with Midnight. The rising group Belmont is just starting out with their debut self-titled record, similar to Point North, who dropped their first album last year.
Check out the full list of dates to The Medicine Tour below.
Sleeping With Sirens – The Medicine Tour 2020
1/8/20 — Lincoln, NE @ Bourbon Theatre
1/10/20 — Chicago, IL @ The Forge
1/11/20 — Minneapolis, MN @ Skyway Theatre
1/12/20 — Lawrence, KS @ Granada Theatre
1/14/20 — Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall
1/15/20 — Salt Lake City @ The Depot
1/17/20 — Las Vegas @ House of Blues
1/18/20 — San Francisco, CA @ Regency
1/20/20 — Tucson, AZ @ Encore
1/22/20 — Dallas, TX @ House of Blues
1/23/20 — Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall
1/25/20 — Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
1/26/20 — Nashville, TN @ The Cowan
1/28/20 — Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
1/30/20 — Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
1/31/20 — Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage
2/1/20 — Worcester, MA @ Palladium
2/4/20 — Albany, NY @ Upstate Concert Hall
2/5/20 — Toronto, ON @ Phoenix Concert Theatre
2/7/20 — Detroit, MI @ The Crofoot
2/8/20 — Grand Rapids, MI @ The Intersection