Pvris has big things ahead. The Lowell, Massachusetts-bred rock band just wrapped an arena tour with Fall Out Boy and is re-releasing White Noise on April 22 following a fervent reception to the 2014 debut.
Today they crossed off another item on the to-do list, announcing their first North American headlining tour. Throughout May and June, the Warped Tour-tested trio will hit theaters in 23 markets across the United States and Canada. The trek opens May 11 at Nashville’s Cannery Ballroom and wraps June 10 with a homestate show at Boston’s Royale.
Support for the tour will be announced soon.
The White Noise reissue includes three new tracks, a second disc featuring 10 music videos and redesigned artwork. It was first released on Rise Records in November 2014.
On Twitter, frontwoman Lynn Gunn hinted that the band is turning attention to its sophomore album as well:
If we hit every single location requested on planet earth, we’d be on tour forever & never get to make that 2nd record for you guys —
— LANEG?ØN (:LYNNGVNN) March 28, 2016
For information on the new music and much more, listen to our recent Pvris interview on the Alt In Our Stars podcast.
Here are Pvris’ new tour dates:
May 11: Cannery Ballroom – Nashville, Tenn.
May 12: Center Stage – Atlanta, Ga.
May 13: House of Blues – Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
May 15: House of Blues – Dallas, Tex.
May 16: House of Blues – Houston, Tex.
May 17: Alamo City Music Hall – San Antonio, Tex.
May 19: Livewire – Scottsdale, Ariz.
May 20: Fonda Theatre – Los Angeles, Cali.
May 21: Vinyl : Hard Rock Hotel – Las Vegas, Nev.
May 22: House of Blues – San Diego, Cali.
May 24: Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, Cali.
May 25: Hawthorne Theatre – Portland, Ore.
May 26: Neptune – Seattle, Wash.
May 28: The Complex – Salt Lake City, Utah
May 29: The Summit – Denver, Col.
May 31: Mill City Nights – Minneapolis, Minn.
June 2: House of Blues – Chicago, Ill.
June 3: Bunbury Festival – Cincinnati, Ohio
June 4: St. Andrews Hall – Detroit, Mich.
June 5: Phoenix Concert Theatre – Toronto, Ontario
June 6: Corona Theatre – Montreal, Quebec
June 8: Webster Hall – New York, N.Y.
June 10: Royale – Boston, Mass.