Middle Kids, the alternative indie-rock band from Australia, preformed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! this past weekend before announcing their North American Fall Tour.
Tour Information You Have To Know
Middle Kids North American Tour is set to begin on September 18th, 2021 at Space Ballroom in Hamden, CT. Ticket prices for the tour range from $20-$30, after service fees, depending on location. Additional tour venues and dates are as followed:
9/19: Sinclair- Cambridge, MA
9/20: TBD- New York, NY
9/22: 9:30 Club- Washington, DC
9/23: Mr. Smalls- Millvale, PA
9/30: A&R- Columbus, OH
10/2: Metro- Chicago, IL
10/3: Turf Club, St Paul, MN
10/7: Wonder Ballroom- Portland, OR
10/9: Crocodile- Seattle, WA
10/11: The Independent- San Francisco, CA
10/13: Teragram Ballroom- Los Angeles, CA
10/14: Pappy & Harriet’s- Pioneertown, CA
10/18: Mohawk- Austin, TX
10/21: Aisle 5- Atlanta, GA
10/22: Exit/In- Nashville, TN
The Australian Trio will be showcasing their sophomore album, Today We’re The Greatest, during their fall tour. Released on March 19th, this album has continued to receive a plethora of great reviews.
“… An album that’s both heartfelt and sincere and utterly irresistible in the process,” wrote Dave Beech for Clash Music.
“From front to back, the band’s sophomore full-length just sounds great, and whatever it lacks in the element of surprise, it makes up for with consistency.” Ben Salmon expressed this for Paste Magazine.
So What Should Fans Expect from Middle Kids’ Tour?
Middle Kids have preformed at over 191 venues throughout their career, including well known festivals such as Lollapalooza, in 2017, and Firefly Music Festival and The Governors Ball Music Festival, in 2018. They also had their first headlining tour in 2018 in support of their debut album Lost Friends.
Their performances stretched across the UK and Europe, but had yet to reach North America, until now. If their North American Tour is going to be any similar to their UK/European Tour, fans will be in awe. Concert-goers from their UK/European Tour had nothing but enthused remarks. Middle Kids are known to bring a high energy and connectivity with the audience into their performances. The band is fun and lively throughout their performances and also seem to bring some unprecedented covers to share.
If you live near any of their North American Tour concert venues, we would be quick to get a ticket! This Middle Kids tour is not be on you’ll want to miss.