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Concerts

O2 ABC Glasgow
300 Sauciehall Street Glasgow Glasgow, United Kingdom GB

13 Nov. 2018

At 19:00

20.00 £

Each ticket

House of Blues Boston
15 Lansdowne St. Boston Boston, United States US

24 Nov. 2018

At 19:00

31.00 $

Each ticket

Royale Nightclub Boston
279 Tremont St Boston Boston, United States US

30 Nov. 2018

At 20:00

Variety Playhouse
1099 Euclid Avenue Atlanta Atlanta, United States US

03 Dec. 2018

At 20:00

Chinook Winds Casino
1777 NW 44th St Lincoln City Lincoln City, United States US

06 Dec. 2018

At 20:00

The Observatory North Park
2891 University Ave San Diego San Diego, United States US

09 Dec. 2018

At 20:00

The Observatory North Park
2891 University Ave San Diego San Diego, United States US

09 Dec. 2018

At 20:00

The Wiltern
3790 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles Los Angeles, United States US

11 Dec. 2018

At 19:00

30.50 $

Each ticket

Fox Theater
1807 Telegraph Ave Oakland Oakland, United States US

12 Dec. 2018

At 20:00

36.00 $

Each ticket

McMenamins Crystal Ballroom
1332 West Burnside Portland Portland, United States US

14 Dec. 2018

At 20:00

Moore Theatre
1932 2nd Ave Seattle Seattle, United States US

15 Dec. 2018

At 20:00

23.50 $

Each ticket

Commodore Ballroom
Granville Street 868 Vancouver Vancouver, Canada CA

16 Dec. 2018

At 20:00

36.00 $

Each ticket

First Avenue
701 First Avenue North Minneapolis Minneapolis, United States US

19 Dec. 2018

At 20:00

Turner Hall Ballroom
1034 N 4th Street Milwaukee Milwaukee, United States US

21 Dec. 2018

At 20:00

64.00 $

Each ticket

Riviera Theatre
4750 N Broadway Chicago Chicago, United States US

22 Dec. 2018

At 19:30

69.00 $

Each ticket

Higher Ground Showcase Lounge
1214 Williston Road South Burlington South Burlington, United States US

14 Feb. 2019

At 20:30

Métropolis Montreal
59 Ste. Catherine Street E. Montreal Montreal, Canada CA

15 Feb. 2019

At 20:00

Danforth Music Hall
147 Danforth Ave Toronto Toronto, Canada CA

16 Feb. 2019

At 19:00

Danforth Music Hall
147 Danforth Ave Toronto Toronto, Canada CA

17 Feb. 2019

At 19:00

Taft Theatre
317 East 5th Street Cincinnati Cincinnati, United States US

20 Feb. 2019

At 20:30

Vogue Theatre
6259 North College Avenue Indianapolis Indianapolis, United States US

21 Feb. 2019

At 21:00

The Pageant
6161 Delmar St Louis St Louis, United States US

24 Feb. 2019

At 20:00

The Slowdown
729 N. 14th Street Omaha Omaha, United States US

26 Feb. 2019

At 20:00

Ogden Theatre
None Denver Denver, United States US

28 Feb. 2019

At 20:00

The Depot
400 West South Temple Salt Lake City Salt Lake City, United States US

01 March 2019

At 20:00

House of Blues Las Vegas
3950 Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas Las Vegas, United States US

03 March 2019

At 19:30

Rialto Theatre
318 E Congress St Tucson Tucson, United States US

05 March 2019

At 20:00

Gruene Hall
1281 Gruene Rd New Braunfels New Braunfels, United States US

08 March 2019

At 20:00

Civic Theatre New Orleans
510 O'Keefe Avenue New Orleans New Orleans, United States US

10 March 2019

At 20:00

The Beacham
46 N Orange Ave. Orlando Orlando, United States US

12 March 2019

At 19:00

Saturn Birmingham
200 41st Street S Birmingham Birmingham, United States US

15 March 2019

At 21:00

Ryman Auditorium
116 5th Avenue North Nashville Nashville, United States US

16 March 2019

At 20:00

Forum Melbourne
Cnr Flinders & Russell Sts Melbourne Melbourne, Australia AU

22 April 2019

At 19:30

Info


Legend has it that Kurt Samuel Vile’s passion for music was first kindled at the age of fourteen when his father gifted him with a banjo, though Vile admits to wishing it was a guitar and, indeed, playing it like it was one. Vile, a Philadelphia-born singer-songwriter and musician first publicly entered the music scene as a member of the indie rock band The War on Drugs. Formed in 2005, TWOD was a collaboration between Vile and fellow musician Adam Granduciel and the pair released their debut studio album in 2008 titled Wagonwheel Blues and set out on a promotional tour. Not long after, however, Vile decided he wanted to go solo and left TWOD.

While there was speculation that the catalyst for Vile’s departure was a falling out between he and Granduciel, both deny it and evidence for the contrary is the fact that Granduciel remained a member of Vile’s newly formed backup band, The Violators, alongside multi-instrumentalists Jesse Trbovich and Rob Laakso , and drummer Kyle Spence. Among those credited as major influences of Vile and The Violators are Springsteen, Neil Young, Tom Petty, and Pavement. Like some of his favorite artists, Vile initially created lo-fi recordings.

Between 2008 and 2013 Vile and his band have released five albums, in chronological order: Constant Hitmaker, God Is Saying This to You, Childish Prodigy, Smoke Ring for My Halo, and Wakin on a Pretty Daze. In September of 2013, Vile announced the release of his latest EP, It’s a Big World Out There (And I Am Scared). While Granduciel left The Violators that same year, the two longtime collaborators remain friends.

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