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boygenius Announce Fall Shows With 100 gecs, Muna & More

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Arguably the most popular supergroup in the world right now, boygenius has announced a brand new string of headlining fall shows today. The trio will hit two iconic venues including Madison Square Garden in New York City on October 2nd and the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on Halloween. 100 gecs, Muna, Sloppy Jane, and Samia will provide support on select dates. The dates also see the band performing in Boston, MA, Philadelphia, PA, and New Haven, CT in September. Pre-sales for tickets kick off tomorrow, July 12th at 10am local time, and tickets for the general public go on sale this Friday, July 14th at 10am local time.

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Earlier this year, boygenius unveiled their second studio album, the record. The album certainly catapulted the band into stardom and boasts incredible tracks such as “Not Strong Enough“, “Cool About It“, “Emily I’m Sorry“, and “$20“. Possibly a hot take, but some of the most impressive tracks on the record are the B-sides like “Satanist” and “Letter To An Old Poet“. Regardless of the subjectively best tracks on the album, as a whole it is entirely gut-wrenching perfection. It is absolutely no surprise that boygenius is getting more and more popular by the minute.

Check out the full list of new dates below, and be sure to grab your tickets as soon as possible before they inevitably sell out.

boygenius fall tour dates:

  • Sept. 25 – Boston, MA @ MGM Music Hall At Fenway
  • Sept. 28 – New Haven, CT @ Westville Music Bowl
  • Sept. 30 – Philadelphia, PA @ TD Pavilion At The Mann
  • Oct. 2 – New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
  • Oct. 31 – Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Bowl

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