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PVRIS Announce Spring North American Tour

PVRIS are touring North America in May and June.

Last year, PVRIS signed to a major label, released their highly-anticipated Hallucinations EP and announced that they would be putting out a full-length album early this year. The EP kicked off a heavy season of touring for the band, including runs with smaller, more intimate venues. Now, PVRIS have blocked out another section in their touring schedule.

On March 2, the band tweeted a link to a Spotify playlist titled ‘USE THIS,’ which many fans speculated might be related to the upcoming album. The playlist started off with just one song, 2016’s You and I, and now also includes older PVRIS tracks Separate, Eyelids and Mirrors.

All this led up to March 3, when PVRIS announced the Use Me tour taking place in May and June.

The tour starts in Ohio and ends in Seattle, with a stop at Boston Calling Music Festival. They’ll be joined by Royal & the Serpent for the first half of the tour and by Eliza & The Delusionals for the dates after Boston Calling. Tickets will go on sale March 6 at 10 am local time.

Catch PVRIS at one of the following dates:


08 Newport Music Hall — Columbus, OH
09 House Of Blues — Chicago, IL, US
12 Majestic Theatre — Detroit, MI, US
14 Xl Live — Harrisburg, PA, US
15 Union Transfer — Philadelphia, PA
19 The NorVa — Norfolk, VA
20 Rams Head Live — Baltimore, MD
21 Mr. Smalls Theatre — Millvale, PA
22 Town Ballroom — Buffalo, NY
24 Boston Calling Music Festival 2020 — Boston, MA,
26 The Fillmore Charlotte — Charlotte, NC
27 The Masquerade — Atlanta, GA
28 Republic — New Orleans, LA
30 Emo’s Austin — Austin, TX
31 Canton Hall — Dallas, TX


02 The Van Buren — Phoenix, AZ
04 Fonda Theatre — Hollywood, CA
05 Ace Of Spades — Sacramento, CA
07 The Regency Ballroom — San Francisco, CA
09 Wonder Ballroom — Portland, OR
10 Neptune Theatre — Seattle, WA

Read This: PVRIS’ Lynn Gunn: “I needed to get back to a better place, mentally and physically”

The details for PVRIS’s next LP haven’t been announced, but vocalist Lynn Gunn recently gave an update.

You should never expect the same thing twice from PVRIS,” Lynn said. “There’ll be some similarities to our previous material, sure, but making music with a difference is something I’m focused on. You may notice familiar tropes with regards to the attitude of the songs and their production, but when it comes to the core of the songs themselves, I’m looking for every new song to exist in its own little world.”

After their headlining run, PVRIS will be supporting Halsey on her summer tour. Catch PVRIS on these dates with Halsey and blackbear:


12 Budweiser Stage — Toronto, ON
15 Forest Hills Stadium — Queens, NY
16 Forest Hills Stadium — Queens, NY
18 PNC Bank Arts Center — Holmdel, NJ
19 Merriweather Post Pavilion — Columbia, MD
22 Midflorida Credit Union Amphitheatre — Tampa, FL
24 Bridgestone Arena — Nashville, TN
25 Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre — Maryland Heights, MO
27 Red Rocks Amphitheatre — Morrison, CO
28 Red Rocks Amphitheatre — Morrison, CO
30 USANA Amphitheatre — West Valley City, UT


01 FivePoint Amphitheatre — Irvine, CAUS

Read This: PVRIS’s Lynn Gunn: The 10 songs that changed my life

Posted on March 3rd 2020, 8:32pm
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