2018 was a big year for the Buffalo-based groove-rock band, Aqueous. It saw the release of their first studio record in nearly four years with the critically acclaimed LP Color Wheel, and the four-piece embarked on their largest headlining tour to date. While the Color Wheel tour is winding down and the Aqueous is excited to ring in the new year at their hometown NYE bash at Town Ballroom, today the band shares their plans for early 2019.
On Saturday, December 8th, Aqueous will head to Boulder’s Fox Theatre, continuing their joint tour with support from Mungion. Since mid-October, Aqueous has been riding high, given the release of Color Wheel, their first full-length studio effort since 2014’s Cycles. By all accounts, it seems as though the band is in a stage of immense growth right now, with the maturity of their new material taking centerstage.
In support of their recently released studio LP, Color Wheel, Buffalo-based band Aqueous are heading out on an extensive tour of the US, including a performance in Boulder, CO at the Fox Theatre on Saturday, December 8th. This performance concludes the band's 3-night Colorado run, which includes a show at Hodi's in Fort Collins, CO and a performance in Steamboat Springs, CO at Old Town Pub.
Mungion, who just released their own studio record – Ferris Wheel's Day Off – will offer support each night.
In support of their recently released studio LP, Color Wheel, Buffalo's Aqueous will embark on their most extensive headlining tour to date. Along the tour, they're making a very special stop at Brooklyn, NY's legendary Knitting Factory and they are well aware it lands on October 31st – Halloween.
Coming off the heels of their highly-anticipated studio album announcement earlier this month, Aqueous has just released their NYE 2018 plans and it's official – they will be home for the holidays.
To ring in 2019 proper on December 31st, the band will once again take over Buffalo's Town Ballroom with Lespecial joining as support on the bill. Last year's NYE bash at Town Ballroom sold out, so fans are encouraged to procure their tickets early.
Today, the Buffalo-based groove-rock quartet known as Aqueous announces their most extensive headlining tour to date. Starting this September and culminating in December, Aqueous will hit 27 cities, seeing support from the likes of Mungion, ELM, The Heavy Pets, EGI and Goose. Aqueous' Mike Gantzer shares, “The band has some really big plans for this tour, and we’ve been sitting on a ton of material that we can’t wait to debut!
Beanstalk Music Festival 2018 was one for the books, everyone! Where to begin… Imagine a festival with one of the best lineups the Colorado jam music scene has to offer in a beautiful location on the river, deep in the mountains. There was rafting, hiking, tubing, kayaking, paddle boarding, camping with friends, fantastic food, beautiful sunsets and sunrises, and a full moon lighting your way at night. Those are all just the extra activities available at Beanstalk every year, but this particular line up was very special.