The Dangerous Summer are wrapping up their North American tour, and last night in Albuquerque, the band and crew's personal belongings, passports, laptops, cash and more were stolen from their van.
“The Dangerous Summer is a band a lot of us have loved for a long time, and thankfully this year we got a new album from them along with a new tour. Unfortunately, on February 19th, ONE day before the tour end, their van was broken into and everything stolen- computers, cash, cameras, passports, personal luggage, etc. Anybody who has ever toured knows this is a crushing blow and puts you at a complete low,” the GoFundMe page, set up by the Band Camino, explains.
“These guys and their entire crew are some of the most caring, kindest guys out there and music fans are lucky to have them back. This tour has been awesome for them, and I refuse to let this incident set back all this tour’s progress. Let’s help em out. $10,000 isn’t even close to what they lost, but anything is a start. Love you guys.”
We are trying to process getting a whole van of personal belongings, passports, laptops, cash, etc. stolen tonight. Not only us, but our crew, who have worked so hard on this tour. The @thebandcamino camp created a go fund me to help our camp ��
— The Dangerous Summer (@dangeroussummer) February 20, 2018
If you would like to help support the band recover from their losses, you can support their GoFundMe here. The band are wrapping up their tour tonight in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
The band's fourth, self-titled album was released in January.