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Don Broco Give Us “Amazing Things” With Tour Announcement

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Don Broco has announced “The Amazing Things” tour coming this fall! Hitting nearly all of North America, the tour kicks off at Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, CA on October 5th and hits cities including New York, Dallas, Seattle, Philadelphia, Boston, Atlanta and more before wrapping in Portland, OR on November 3rd. The boys in Don Broco are taking out up-and-coming scene icons, The Home Team on direct support. The tour will also see Ryan Oakes, Skyler Acord and The Color 8 on select dates.

Don Broco released their fourth studio album, Amazing Things in October of 2021. The record boasted singles “One True Prince” and “Gumshield“. Both songs climbed their way into the band’s top songs on Spotify and have remained there ever since. It’s impressive that a band four albums deep into their career can still release music that excites fans to the point of becoming some of their most listened to songs of all-time. The group has certainly outdone themselves over and over and prove they are here to stick around.

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Check out the full list of dates below! Tickets go on sale this Friday, June 30th at 10AM local time. You can snag yours here!

The Amazing Things Tour Dates:

  • Oct. 5 – Aftershock Fest, CA
  • Oct. 6 – San Diego, CA
  • Oct. 7 – Los Angeles, CA
  • Oct. 8 – Mesa, AZ
  • Oct. 10 – Dallas, TX
  • Oct. 11 – Austin, TX
  • Oct. 12 – Houston, TX
  • Oct. 14 – Atlanta, GA
  • Oct. 16 – Baltimore, MD
  • Oct. 17 – Philadelphia, PA
  • Oct. 18 – New York, NY
  • Oct. 19 – Boston, MA
  • Oct. 21 – Toronto, ON
  • Oct. 22 – Detroit – MI
  • Oct. 24 – Chicago, IL
  • Oct. 25 – Minneapolis, MN
  • Oct. 27 – Fort Collins, CO
  • Oct. 28 – Englewood, CO
  • Oct. 29 – Salt Lake City, UT
  • Oct. 30 – Boise, ID
  • Nov. 1 – Vancouver, BC
  • Nov. 2 – Seattle, WA
  • Nov. 3 – Portland, OR

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