Counting Crows announce Banshee Season Tour with Dashboard Confessional

Fifty-six date tour kicks off this summer

After performing to sold-out crowds worldwide on the Butter Miracle Tour over the last two years, world-renowned rock band Counting Crows are pleased to announce their return to the US in 2023 with the Banshee Season Tour. After years of collaboration, cult-favorite rock band and long-time friend of the band, Dashboard Confessional, will be joining as support on the upcoming run, with English singer/songwriter Frank Turner joining the tour for select dates.

The 56-date mega tour will kick off June 13th in Omaha, NE, at the Steelhouse Omaha, with stops in major cities across the US, including Boston, Tampa, Nashville, New Orleans, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles, before ending at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO on September 25th.

Presales begin Tuesday, March 14th in select markets and the general ticket on-sale begins Friday, March 17th at 10 am local time.

“One of the best things about a life in rock and roll is that we spend it traveling the world playing music,” shares Counting Crows frontman Adam Duritz. “It’s even better when you can do it with one of your best friends and watch them play every night too. Chris Carrabba hits the trifecta for me in that he’s one of my best friends in the world, one of my favorite people in the world, and he leads one of my favorite bands of all time, Dashboard Confessional. Sorry for the terrible pun but hands down, this is going to be the best summers ever.”

“Dashboard Confessional could not be more excited to be playing all across America with our heroes and friends Counting Crows. Dreams really can come true!” adds Dashboard’s Chris Carrabba.

Friends and long-time collaborators Duritz and Carrabba first met in 2003 at the 17th Annual Bridge School Benefit Concert in San Francisco with Neil Young. Since then, the two have remained close working together both on and off the stage.

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