Shake, Shake It: Metro Station Announces 10-Year Anniversary Tour Dates

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Mason Musso and Trace Cyrus of Metro Station pose backstage during the Vans Warped Tour at Fairplex on June 19, 2015 in Pomona, Calif.

Miley and Noah Cyrus have been grabbing headlines and red carpet interviews for the new music they’ve released this year, but how could we forget the candy-coated synthpop their older brother’s brought into the world?

Okay, Trace Cyrus has been a lot further from the spotlight, but his biggest cultural moment turns 10 this year, and that means an anniversary tour. Alternative Press points out that Metro Station has announced a bunch of North American tour dates to celebrate the 10th birthday of its self-titled 2007 album, the one that produced the top 10 Hot 100 hit “Shake It.”

The band, which also features multi-instrumentalist and backing singer Mason Musso, will start its trek Sept. 1 in Nashville and continue through Oct. 21, when the tour wraps in Johnson, Tenn. Openers include Assuming We Survive, Avion Roe, and Lancifer. The full itinerary, announced by Avion Roe, features a number of empty dates marked “AVAILABLE,” so hey, here’s your chance to book Metro Station and friends.

In the years that followed the debut, Metro Station released a series of singles and EPs before finally releasing a sophomore album called Savior in 2015. Both Metro Station and Trace Cyrus have released their own singles this year. 

For a taste of what's in store, here's them performing “Shake It” on the Warped Tour back in 2015: 


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