Band partners with NoCap to present four unique concerts slated through Nov
Cold War Kids have unveiled plans for a landmark virtual tour, featuring four unique concert performances scheduled through November. Tickets will go on sale to the general public at via NoCap’s website beginning September 24th at 1 pm ET/10 am PT, with individual tickets priced at $15 and the four-show bundle priced at $50.
All four shows on the virtual tour will begin at 9 pm ET/6 pm PT. The shows will then be archived though Sunday, November 29th, one week after the final event.
The first livestream is Saturday, October 10th at 9 pm ET with the full performance of Robbers & Cowards in celebration of its 14th anniversary. The second stream is set for Sunday, October 25th at 9 pm ET where the group will perform both New Age Norms 1 + 2 in their entirety. The third show is set for Sunday, November 8th at 9 pm ET entitled “Festival Set.” It will feature all the songs fans know and love. The final show will be held Sunday, November 22nd at 9 pm ET called “Deep Cuts & Fan Favorites.”
As if all that wasn’t enough, Cold War Kids will commemorate the virtual tour with an exclusive line of limited edition merchandise, including a virtual tour t-shirt, a Robbers & Cowards anniversary t-shirt, and a New Age Norms hoodie.
Last month saw the much-anticipated release of New Age Norms 2, the second installment of a three-album trilogy begun with last year’s acclaimed New Age Norms 1. Produced and mixed by GRAMMY Award-winner Shawn Everett (Alabama Shakes, Kacey Musgraves, The War On Drugs) and written by all five members of Cold War Kids, New Age Norms 2 includes the acclaimed singles, “Who’s Gonna Love Me Now,” “You Already Know,” and “Somewhere,” each joined by exclusive visuals directed by acclaimed filmmaker Ramez “Mezzy” Silyan (Lil Peep: Everybody’s Everything, Lil Uzi Vert, Playboy Carti), who has teamed with Cold War Kids to create distinct visuals for all eight tracks on the album. All three clips – as well as an additional cut of “You Already Know” – are streaming now at the official Cold War Kids YouTube channel.
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