twenty one pilots Have Announced Their First U.S. Show Of 2020
Ohio duo twenty one pilots have been sporadically announcing festival and headline shows across the pond over the past few months, but now the band have finally confirmed their first U.S. date of the year.
Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun will be headlining Bunbury Music Festival in their home state this summer alongside Marshmello, Kane Brown, Melanie Martinez and Angels & Airwaves. The event – which takes place from June 5 – 7 in Cincinnati – also features The Struts, iDKHOW, The Regrettes, Chase Atlantic and more on the line-up. General admission and VIP weekend passes are on sale now – head here for more on that.
Following Bunbury, twenty one pilots arehitting The Netherlands, Germany, Ireland, Switzerland, Poland, Belgium, France, Ukraine, Spain, Russia, the Czech Republic and Romania throughout June and July. Fingers crossed they can squeeze in even more dates while they’re here…
In other twenty one pilots news, Tyler and Josh recently spoke of how they might potentially launch a new album – and how it wouldn’t be anything like the run-up to 2018’s Trench LP, which saw the pair enter long social media blackout beforehand.
“I don’t know that there would be a world in which we completely go off the map again,” said Josh.
“Completely going off the grid was tough for both of us in a lot of ways,” he later added. “We’re both wired to always be wanting to do something that pushes us forward.”
Catch twenty one pilots at the following dates this year:
5 – 7 Cincinnati, Ohio – Bunbury Music Festival
19 Landgraaf, The Netherlands – Pinkpop Festival
20 Scheeßel, Germany – Hurricane Festival
21 Neuhausen Ob Eck, Germany – Southside Festival
25 Dublin, Ireland – RDS Arena
25 – 28 St. Gallen, Switzerland – Open Air St. Gallen
2 Gdynia, Poland – Open’er Festival
4 Rotselaar, Belgium – Rock Werchter
5 Arras, France – Main Square Festival
7 – 12 Kiev, Ukraine – Atlas Weekend
8 Madrid, Spain – Mad Cool Festival
12 Moscow, Russian Federation – VTB Arena
15 – 18 Ostrava, Czech Republic – Colours Of Ostrava
15 – 19 Cluj-Napoca, Romania – Electric Castle Festival
twenty one pilots dug out some incredible older gems from their back-catalogue for the very special opening night of their Takeøver Tour.
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