Cold War Kids will support Young The Giant on the band’s Home of the Strange Tour, beginning August 2nd in Louisville and including a performance at Central Park SummerStage and continuing on through the end of September. Tickets are on sale this Friday, February 24th at 11 am local time at coldwarkids.com.
Cold War Kids are also gearing up to kick off their upcoming North American headlining tour, which begins on March 3rd at the Okeechobee Festival in Florida. Tickets are available at coldwarkids.com. See below for all of Cold War Kids upcoming tour dates.
The band will be touring in support of their new album LA Divine, which is due from Capitol Records on April 7th. Cold War Kids most expansive and ambitious effort so far, LA Divine pays tribute to Los Angeles and all its strange glory, embodying the Long Beach-bred band’s endless fascination with their adopted hometown. The album’s first single, “Love Is Mystical,” is available now for streaming and purchase from all digital partners. The video was shot in downtown Los Angeles at St. Vincent Court, an atmospheric alley that is a California historical landmark.
Cold War Kids sixth studio album and first for Capitol, LA Divine follows 2014’s Hold My Home, which debuted at No. 8 on Billboard’s Alternative Album chart. The album featured the Gold-certified single “First,” which spent eight weeks at No. 1 on Billboard’s Alternative Songs chart where it remained for 64 weeks, making it the second-longest-running single in the chart’s history. The track has more than 90 million combined streams.
Cold War Kids are Nathan Willett, Matt Maust, Joe Plummer, Matthew Schwartz, and David Quon. Formed in 2004 in Fullerton, CA, the band has sold more than 800,000 adjusted albums, over two million singles, and racked up nearly 200 million streams to date.
3/03 Okeechobee, FL Okeechobee Festival
3/04 Columbia, SC Music Farm ^
3/05 Charlotte, NC Fillmore ^
3/06 Saxapahaw, NC Haw River Ballroom ^
3/07 Atlanta, GA Tabernacle ^
3/10 Baton Rouge, LA Varsity Theatre ^
3/11 Fayetteville, AR George’s Majestic Lounge ^
3/12 Omaha, NE Sokol Auditorium ^
3/14 Madison, WI Majestic ^
3/15 Minneapolis, MN First Avenue
3/17 Columbia, MO Blue Note
3/18 Chicago, IL Riviera Theatre ^
3/19 Indianapolis, IN Egyptian ^
3/21 Detroit, MI St. Andrews Hall ^
3/22 Toronto, ON Danforth Music Hall ^
3/23 Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE ^
3/24 Covington, KY Madison Theater ^
4/1-2 Houston, TX Houston Whatever Fest
6/8-11 Manchester, TN Bonnaroo Music Festival
^ with special guests Middle Kids
Dates with Young The Giant:
8/02 Louisville, KY Palace Theatre
8/05 Kansas City, MO Starlight Amphitheatre
8/11 Seattle, WA Wamu Theater @ Qwest Field
8/12 Vancouver, BC Sunset Festival
8/15 Morrison, CO Red Rock Amphitheater
8/17 Albuquerque, NM Villa Hispana @ Sandia Casino
8/18 Las Vegas, NV The Pearl
8/19 Reno, NV Summit Pavilion at Grand Sierra
8/20 Eugene, OR Cuthbert Amphitheatre
8/24 San Diego, CA Open Air Theatre
8/25 Santa Barbara, CA Santa Barbara Bowl
9/13 New York, NY Central Park SummerStage
9/14 Boston, MA Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
9/15 Philadelphia, PA Festival Pier
9/16 Columbia, MD Merriweather Post Pavilion
9/19 Charlottesville, VA Sprint Pavilion
9/26 Birmingham, AL BJCC Concert Hall
9/28 Oklahoma City, OK The Criterion
9/29 Dallas, TX Irving Music Factory
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