Chart-topping rock band The Revivalists have announced additional dates for their upcoming Into The Stars 2020 headlining tour including stops in San Diego, Lake Charles, Buffalo, back-to-back dates in Nantucket, Baltimore, Asbury Park, Northampton, and Hampton Beach. Tickets are on sale now.
The Revivalists' Into The Stars tour kicked off this past weekend with a sold-out show at The Anthem in Washington, D.C., marking the band's second year in a row selling out the venue. The tour will continue to bring the band to major cities across the country including St. Louis, Chicago, Nashville, New York City at the iconic Radio City Music Hall, a hometown show at The Fillmore following their appearance at Jazz Fest in New Orleans, and a return to Red Rocks Amphitheatre on June 12th for the third consecutive year after selling out their headline shows at the famed venue in 2018 and 2019. Full routing below. For all ticketing details please visit www.therevivalists.com.
$1 of every ticket sold will be donated to a variety of organizations through the band's newly established umbrella fund, Rev Causes, which supports the essential work of organizations dedicated to reviving and investing in our communities, health, and environment. The initial organizations that Rev Causes will donate to are: Center for Disaster Philanthropy, Everytown For Gun Safety Support Fund, National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), Songs for Kids Foundation, Upturn Arts. Tank and the Bangas are currently supporting The Revivalists through March 21st. PJ Morton will support from April 10th through April 22nd. Stephen Marley, Lake Street Dive, Strand of Oaks, Neal Francis, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Super Doppler, Little Hurricane, New Breed Brass Band, Maggie Koerner, The Wood Brothers, Susto, Allman Betts Band, Moon Taxi, and Illiterate Light will also support on select dates. For all ticketing details please visit www.therevivalists.com and for more information on Rev Causes PRESS HERE.
To support the city and community of Nashville, one that is very close to The Revivalists' hearts, the band also recently made available a limited-edition Nashville T-Shirt with 100% of proceeds benefiting The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund, donated via Rev Causes. PRESS HERE to purchase.
The Revivalists recently surprised fans with the release of their Made In Muscle Shoals live studio EP featuring brilliant re-imaginings of the band's hit singles "Oh No," "You & I," "Change," and "All My Friends" from their latest studio album, Take Good Care (Loma Vista Recordings), as well as a soulful rendition of The Bee Gees' "To Love Somebody," a gorgeous stripped down piano-and-vocal take of their platinum-selling hit "Wish I Knew You," and brand new song "Bitter End" (PRESS HERE to watch the full live studio video).The band also released an accompanying documentary, which was recorded and filmed at the legendary FAME Recording Studio in Muscle Shoals, Alabama and directed by Jay Sansone of Human Being Media, capturing the essence of The Revivalists at this exciting time in their 10-year journey and giving the deepest insight yet into what makes the band tick against the backdrop of Muscle Shoals, a location steeped in the many classic styles of American music that informs the New Orleans-based band's signature sound. PRESS HERE to watch the documentary and PRESS HERE to stream/download.
Renowned for their live firepower and soulful alt-rock anthems, The Revivalists' eight-piece ensemble includes pedal steel guitar, a unique two-drummer set-up, horns, and more all led by the incredible, instantly recognizable voice of front man David Shaw. The band is heading into 2020 full force following a big 2019 which saw them playing to their biggest venues and festival crowds yet, adding to their more than 410 million global streams, opening for The Rolling Stones, joining Willie Nelson on stage, making a big statement in support of the anti-gun violence movement during their debut at Lollapalooza (PRESS HERE to watch), and turning their recent hit songs like the #1 Triple A and Top 5 Alternative hit "All My Friends," the #1 Triple A and Top 15 Alternative hit "Change" - which became the band's third Mediabase #1 in a row at the Triple A format - and "Oh No" into instant fan favorites. They also recently appeared on the legendary Austin City Limits as well as NCIS: New Orleans.