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Blackbear to Start “Nothing Matters Tour”

Last week, alt singer-songwriter, blackbear announced his “nothing matters tour,” which is set to begin in September. The tour is produced by Live Nation and follows his forthcoming album, in loving memory. Blackbear is currently performing 15 shows across North America, starting in Georgia and ending in Washington.

Tour After Tour

Blackbear announces the “nothing matters tour” on the heels of his stint as an opener for Machine Gun Kelly’s “The Mainstream Sellout Tour.” The pair have been longtime friends and collaborators, with blackbear featuring on MGK’s last two albums. Machine Gun Kelly also features on blackbear’s “gfy,” appearing on his forthcoming album.

Blackbear’s Openers

In loving memory is set to release on August 26th, just weeks before the start of his tour. Blackbear’s first appearance is at the Coca-Cola Roxy in Atlanta. He also has stops in DC, Philadelphia, New York, Cincinatti, Las Vegas and more. Though fans are already drawn to his concerts alone, he’ll be joined by some talented guests. MOD SUN, State Champs, Waterparks and Heart Attack Man are joining the “nothing matters tour.”

Performances by MOD SUN, State Champs, and More

MOD SUN’s guest appearances are not surprising, considering the two have multiple songs together – some from many years back. He’ll most likely perform songs from his 2021 album, Internet Killed the Rockstar. State Champs, formed in 2010, are a rock band native to New York. Fans are particularly excited to hear performances from their 2022 pop-punk project, Kings of the New Age. Waterparks are a Texas-based rock band, and are expected to perform their latest album, Greatest Hits. Heart Attack Man, a pop-punk band from Cleveland, are highly anticipated. Fans are hopeful to hear tracks from their 2021 “Thoughts & Prayerz EP.”

“Nothing Matters Tour” Goes to Europe

After a busy year, blackbear is back on the road and pleasing fans all across North America. After his American stint, the alt artist will hop the pond to London and other European cities. There, emo-pop duo Hot Milk joins blackbear for his European leg. It’s apparent that the “nothing matters tour” is filled to the brim with talented artists and collaborators.

Blackbear’s in loving memory drops August 26th, just in time for the “nothing matters tour.” To buy tickets, click here. Of course, be sure to check back to Music Daily frequently for updates on upcoming albums, tours, and artist information!

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