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Andrew McMahon Announces Holiday From Real Concert Cruise

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[Photo via Lindsey Byrnes]

Andrew McMahon fans, 2024 is surely going to be your year. Not only did Something Corporate reunite at When We Were Young Fest, but Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness, Jack’s Mannequin and SoCo also teased a comeback at the festival. It seems as if the band teaser from October has been revealed today to be Andrew McMahon’s Holiday From Real Cruise.

Beginning November 9 and running through November 13, the cruise will go from Miami, to Great Stirrup Cay, all the way to Nassau. Of course, along with headlining shows from all three of McMahon‘s projects, there are myriad equally exciting musical guests onboard. The Academy Is…, Misterwives, Ruston Kelly, Jukebox The Ghost, Cartel, Augustana, Wildermiss, Hunter deBlanc, Bob Oxblood, Zac Clark, and Bikelock will also be performing.

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Plus, this isn’t just any concert cruise, Andrew McMahon’s Holiday From Real also marks the 15th annual Dear Jack Foundation benefit.

Plus, along with this elder emo vacation, the cruise ship itself will have activities including late-night DJ sets, flip cup tournaments, artist Q&A sessions, karaoke, and more.

For those ready to buy tickets, you can sign up for pre-sale here. The first round of pre-sale sign-up ends on November 26, and the final pre-sale sign-up ends on November 29. All general public sales go live on December 1 at 2 PM ET. (Perhaps it’s a gift Santa can bring you if you haven’t written out a list yet. Of course, you also need to ask for When We Were Young 2024 tickets, too.)

If you can’t make it to the Andrew McMahon Holiday From Real Cruise, you can definitely catch the artist in a city near you this November and December as he treks across the U.S. for the New Friends Tour with Michigander and Wildermiss. Check out the full list of dates below and grab your tickets here.

Tour Dates:

  • Nov.  14—Birmingham, AL @ Iron City 
  • Nov.  15—Nashville, TN @ Brooklyn Bowl Nashville 
  • Nov.  17—Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore 
  • Nov.  18—Harrisburg, PA @ Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center 
  • Nov.  19—Richmond, VA @ The National 
  • Nov.  21—Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore 
  • Nov.  22—Philadelphia, PA @ The Fillmore 
  • Nov.  24—Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom 
  • Nov.  25—Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel 
  • Nov.  26—Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage 
  • Nov.  28—New Haven, CT @ College Street Music Hall 
  • Nov.  29—Boston, MA @ Roadrunner 
  • Dec.  1—Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall 
  • Dec.  2—Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues 
  • Dec.  3—Detroit, MI @ The Fillmore 
  • Dec.  5—St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant 
  • Dec.  6—Madison, WI @ The Sylvee 
  • Dec.  8—Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre 
  • Dec.  9—Minneapolis, MN @ Uptown Theater 
  • Dec.  10—Omaha, NE @ The Admiral Theater 
  • Dec.  12—Denver, CO @ The Fillmore 
  • Dec.  13—Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex 
  • Dec.  14—Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory 
  • Dec.  15—Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater 
  • Dec.  16—Seattle, WA @ Showbox SoDo
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