The 19-date trek will see the band traveling from Detroit on March 20 and capping the outing off in Indianapolis on April 24.
The band will do the East Coast and Midwest portion with Fury and Snarls while the West Coast and Southwest dates will be with Wicca Springs and Rosie Tucker.
— CITIZEN (@CitizenMi) January 15, 2020
You can see the full list of dates below. Tickets go on sale for the general public on Friday, January 17 while some limited ticket packages are on sale right now and can be picked up here.
03/20 Detroit, MI @ The Sanctuary
03/21 Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen
03/22 Columbus, OH @ Big Room Bar
03/24 Toronto, ON @ Sneaky Dee’s
03/25 Boston, MA @ Great Scott
03/26 Brooklyn, NY @ Elsewhere Zone 1
03/27 Philadelphia, PA @ Voltage Lounge
03/28 Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery
03/29 Cleveland, OH @ Mahall’s
04/10 Denver, CO @ Globe Theatre
04/11 Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court
04/13 San Francisco, CA @ Cafe Du Nord (No Rosie Tucker)
04/15 Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo
04/16 San Diego, CA @ H.O.B. Voodoo Room
04/17 Phoenix, AZ @ Rebel Lounge
04/19 El Paso, TX @ Rockhouse
04/21 Austin, TX @ Barracuda
04/22 Dallas, TX @ Ruins
04/24 Indianapolis, IN @ Hoosier Dome
We recently spoke to Citizen vocalist Mat Kerekes about the ups and downs of working as a touring musician. Kerekes talks in the interview about spending weeks building a recording studio with his brother among other topics.
“I think in terms of owning rather than borrowing all the time,” he says. “I could have just set my stuff up at a studio space in Toledo or some space [elsewhere], used it and came home. But what’s the point in that? If I make my own space at my house, I can use it whenever I want, even after the fact.”
“I just went balls out with my brother, and we worked really hard,” Kerekes continues. “We were out there from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m., and then I’d wake back up four hours later. It was pretty brutal, but it was super worth it…I’m not even demoing anymore. I’m just recording, and I’m recording as if it were the final.”
You can read the whole piece here.
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