Frank Iero has recently shared a statement regarding the band’s privacy on their forthcoming tour. According to a tweet shared to Twitter earlier this evening, Iero and the rest of the Future Violents request that fans avoid attempting to meet them at hotels.

In the tweet, Iero reasonably says that the band need to be able to have a “safe place” to go at the end of the night in order to give fans an energized, worthwhile show.

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Additionally, Iero asks fans to not share the band’s overnight location with others, should they find out.

To enforce their much-needed privacy, he and the rest of the band will refuse photos or autographs if fans show up at the hotels.

You can read Iero’s statement below:

“Attention all: I am very excited to be able to come to your country, city and town. This is my first trip to some of these places and I have been thinking about this tour for a very long time. I am beyond excited to be able to play music for you and would love to meet as many of you as humanly possible. However, not at the hotels. Hotels are our safe place and need to be private in order for us to be able to put on the best show we possible can for you. I ask that you do not wait outside them or share the location of where we are staying. I will not sign there or take pictures at any of these locations. I hope you can honor this request and will respect our wishes. I look forward to seeing you at the shows! Xofrnk.”

That said, Iero is not the first musician to ask for privacy. Recently, Panic! At The Disco manager Zack Hall has put an end to fans taking pictures and seeking autographs outside of their hotels. The announcement came as Hall tweeted about feeling “creeped out” over fans waiting for P!ATD to walk by.

Additionally, earlier this year, a warning was issued over Brendon Urie‘s famous “death walk” after fans were inappropriately touching Urie during the excursion.

Additionally, back in 2017, Black Veil BridesAndy Biersack actually had to move houses as a result of fan harassment.

In other Frank Iero And The Future Violents-related news, the band revealed they are embarking on a headlining an East Coast tour this spring.

The news came on the same day the band dropped “Young And Doomed,” which you can watch below.

You can check out the full list of dates for the East Coast tour below and pick up your tickets here.


05/29 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Foundry
05/30 – Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage
05/31 – Hamden, CT @ The Ballroom At The Outer Space
06/01 – Pawtucket, RI @ The Met
06/02 – Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
06/04 – Harrisburg, PA @ Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center
06/05 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theater
06/06 – Detroit, MI @ El Club
06/07 – Cincinnati, OH @ Bogarts
06/08 – Louisville, KY @ Mercury Ballroom
06/10 – Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West
06/11 – Birmingham, AL @ Saturn
06/13 – Tampa, FL @ The Crowbar
06/14 –  Orlando, FL @ The Social
06/15 – Jacksonville, FL @ 1904 Music Hall
06/16 – Columbia, SC @ The Senate
06/18 – Charlotte, NC @ Amos Southend
06/20 – VA Beach, VA @ eLEVATION 27
06/21 – Washington DC @ Union Stage
06/22 – New York, New York @ Rocks Off Cruise

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