Pre-sale info for BRMC/Death From Above 1979 tour

Bandsintown started their presale for the Fall tour with BRMC, Death From Above 1979, and Deap Valley:

Get Pre-Sale Tickets to the Death From Above 1979 and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club (Official Page) tour, exclusively through Bandsintown today only using code: BRMCDFA2016
(Click below for links to buy in your city!)

Get Pre-Sale Tickets exclusively through Bandsintown for today only, using password: BRMCDFA2016

Tour Dates

10/11: Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues | Get Tickets
10/15: Minneapolis, MN @ Myth Live Event Center | Get Tickets
10/17: Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre | Get Tickets
10/18: Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot | Get Tickets
10/20: Seattle, WA @ Showbox SoDo | Get Tickets
10/21: Portland, OR @ Roseland | Get Tickets
10/22: San Francisco, CA @ The Masonic | Get Tickets
10/28: San Diego, CA @ House of Blues | Get Tickets
10/29: Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theatre | Get Tickets
11/1: Dallas, TX @ House of Blues | Get Tickets
11/2: Austin, TX @ Stubb’s | Get Tickets
11/3: Houston, TX @ House of Blues | Get Tickets
11/5: Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade | Get Tickets
11/7: Philadelphia, PA @ The Fillmore | Get Tickets
11/8: New York, NY @ Terminal 5 | Get Tickets
11/11: Silver Springs, MD @ The Fillmore | Get Tickets

Pre-sale begins 5/11. Stay tuned to your email and Bandsintown Facebook for the exclusive pre-sale code this Wednesday, May 11 at 10 a.m. local time!

Public on-sale begins 5/13 at 10 a.m. local time.

American Express and Citi Private Pass also has a presale for all dates for AMEX/Citibank card members:

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club & Death From Above with Deap Vally
Access:Presale Tickets
Location:Multiple Cities
Passcode:First 6 digits of your Citi®credit or debit card
Presale Tickets available Wednesday, May 11 at 10AM

DateCityVenue
Tue Oct 11Cleveland, OHHouse of Blues ClevelandBuy Tickets!
Sat Oct 15St. Paul, MNMythBuy Tickets!
Mon Oct 17Denver, COOgden TheatreBuy Tickets!
Tue Oct 18Salt Lake City, UTThe DepotBuy Tickets!
Thu Oct 20Seattle, WAShowbox SODOBuy Tickets!
Fri Oct 21Portland, ORRoseland TheaterBuy Tickets!
Sat Oct 22San Francisco, CAThe MasonicBuy Tickets!
Fri Oct 28San Diego, CAHouse of Blues San DiegoBuy Tickets!
Sat Oct 29Tempe, AZThe Marquee Theatre*Buy Tickets!
Tue Nov 01Dallas, TXHouse of Blues DallasBuy Tickets!
Wed Nov 02Austin, TXStubb’s Waller Creek AmphitheaterBuy Tickets!
Thu Nov 03Houston, TXHouse of Blues HoustonBuy Tickets!
Sat Nov 05Atlanta, GAMasqueradeBuy Tickets!
Mon Nov 07Philadelphia, PAThe Fillmore PhiladelphiaBuy Tickets!
Tue Nov 08New York, NYTerminal 5Buy Tickets!
Fri Nov 11Silver Spring, MDThe Fillmore Silver SpringBuy Tickets!

BRMC Tour Dates w/Death From Above 1979

Just announced via Bandsintown:

Death From Above and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, two of the most exciting bands in rock’n’roll, are heading out on tour this fall.

The two month tour is hitting up cities all across the United States, from the East Coast to the West Coast. We got to chat with both Death From Above and Robert Been of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club to get the scoop on their lives on the road. Also rock girls Deap Vally will be joining the headliners on the tour. Keep reading for tour dates and pre-sale info!
10/11: Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues

10/15: Minneapolis, MN @ Myth Live Event Center

10/17: Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre

10/18: Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot

10/20: Seattle, WA @ Showbox SoDo

10/21: Portland, OR @ Roseland Ballroom

10/22: San Francisco, CA @ The Masonic

10/28: San Diego, CA @ House of Blues

10/29: Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theatre

11/1: Dallas, TX @ House of Blues

11/2: Austin, TX @ Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater

11/3: Houston, TX @ House of Blues

11/5: Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade

11/7: Philadelphia, PA @ The Fillmore

11/8: New York, NY @ Terminal 5

11/9: New York, NY @ Terminal 5

11/11: Silver Springs, MD @ The Fillmore

Pre-sale begins 5/11. Stay tuned to your email and Bandsintown Facebook for the exclusive pre-sale code this Wednesday, May 11 at 10 a.m. local time!

Public on-sale begins 5/13 at 10 a.m. local time.

Robert Been of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

This is your first full tour in the United States in a while! What about this tour are you most excited for?

The timing of it. We’ve been working in the studio writing new songs and so we’ll be able to finally play some new songs for fans live before the album comes out. That’s always fun playing things live before people have heard the record.

Your tourmates this time around are Death from Above. Have you gotten to see them live before?

Leah has, she lived in NYC for a while right before joining BRMC and she was a fan, got to see them over there. I dig their records but somehow we never were in the same city at the same time playing shows, so we missed out.

If you could collaborate with Death from Above on any song live onstage (yours, theirs, or a cover), what would it be?

Ha, we were talking about doing something together live possibly, but I can’t let the cat out of the baggy.

Say you’re on the road, and you have a few fast food options coming up… which drive-thru do you pull through, and what do you order?

Pete probably needs his Starbucks. I need the tastiest burgers. And Leah always just wants to get out of there fast, and to the gig more than anything.

Tell us about the first concert you ever went to.

I traveled around with my dad’s band The Call when I was just a kid, so I remember them touring with Peter Gabriel on the Shock the Monkey tour. That was fun, I remember liking Peter’s face all painted up like a monkey. I was really into monkeys back then.

Who are you excited to see in the crowd this year, either while on tour, at a festival, or during your off time?

There are a lot actually, over the years we’ve had some of the most diehard fans in the states that travel from show to show with us. Sometimes you even forget that they aren’t officially on the tour working or something because they are usually more punctual and reliable than our own crew even. But they’re always good to see once we start up again. Some of them move on over the years and like have a baby or something and then don’t travel as hardcore, but most will still come out at least in their hometown and catch up.

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