Pale Waves North American Tour

Pale Waves have announced dates for their U.S. tour with support from Gatlin, which kicks off September 18 in Washington, DC. The upcoming tour will see the band hit major cities like New York, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, Denver, San Diego, and more. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m. local time HERE. All tour dates can be found below.

Along with the announcement, Pale Waves also released the self-recorded video for their recently released track, “Reasons To Live.” A look at the happy, chaotic euphoria of touring and a rockstar right of passage, the monochromatic backseat rager finds the band making the most of their time stuck in traffic. Watch it now below.

The upcoming album Undesirable, on August 12, is the next stop on Pale Waves’ journey of self-discovery. The album features 13 dynamic songs that feel great when played live and are packed with the electricity needed to shake up the past two years. Exploring loss, vanity, anger, jealousy and despair with crunchy guitars, classic pop-punk rhythm and the rage of a 90s rock band, Undesirable taps into darker-than-ever emotions while striking a new tone of defiance and reaching out to the passionate community that surrounds the band. The album is available for pre-order now HERE.

2022 TOUR DATES
New dates in bold

July 29 – Y-Not Festival – Pikehall, Derbyshire, UK
July 30 – Kendal Calling Festival – Lowther Deer Park, UK

August 13 – Boardmasters Festival – Cornwall, UK
August 26 – Leeds Festival – Leeds, UK
August 28 – Reading Festival – Reading, UK

September 16 – Riot Fest – Chicago, IL
September 18 – The Howard – Washington DC
September 19 – Elsewhere (Hall) – Brooklyn, NY
September 21 – Thunderbird Café – Pittsburgh, PA
September 22 – Skully’s – Columbus, OH
September 23 – Velvet Underground – Toronto, ON
September 24 – Firefly Music Festival – Dover, DE
September 26 – Amsterdam Bar & Hall – Saint Paul, MN
September 27 – Recordbar – Kansas City, MO
September 28 – Marquis Theater – Denver, CO
September 29 – Kilby Court – Salt Lake City, UT
October 1 – August Hall – San Francisco, CA
October 2 – Strummer – Fresno, CA
October 3 – El Rey Theater – Los Angeles, CA
October 5 – Voodoo Room – San Diego, CA
October 6 – The Glass House – Pomona, CA

November 25 – Albert Hall – Manchester, UK
November 26 – O2 Academy – Liverpool, UK
November 27 – Beach Ballroom – Abderdeen, UK
November 28 – Barrowland Ballroom – Glasgow, UK
November 30 – O2 Brixton Academy – London, UK

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