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Lifehouse and Switchfoot Unite for “Looking for Summer” Tour

Rock fans across North America can look forward to Lifehouse & SWITCHFOOT together for the first time on the “Looking for Summer” Tour, delivering 30+ shows to venues across the U.S. and Canada. The tour kicks off July 23 at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, CO and will run into the fall, culminating at The Masonic in San Francisco on September 10. Up-and-coming songstress Brynn Elliott will open every night of the tour.

It was in 2001 when the Los Angeles-based Lifehouse first broke through in a big way when “Hanging by a Moment,” from No Name Face, spent 20 weeks in the Top Ten, and won a Billboard Music Award for “Hot 100 Single of the Year.” Since then, the band has released six more albums, three of which made the Billboard Top Ten, sold over 15 million records worldwide and spun off such hit singles as “You and Me”, “First Time,” “Whatever it Takes,” “Broken,” “Halfway Gone,” “Between the Raindrops,” and “Hurricane.” Lifehouse’s 7th album, Out of the Wasteland, debuted at #1 on the independent album charts in 2015.

For complete ticket information, visit lookingforsummertour.com

July 23 – Fillmore Auditorium – Denver, Colo.
July 25 – McGrath Amphitheater – Cedar Rapids, Iowa
July 26 – Express Live – Columbus, Ohio
July 29 – Rose Music Center at The Heights – Huber Heights, Ohio
July 30 – Meadow Brook Amphitheatre – Rochester Hills, Mich.
Aug. 02 – Rebel (formerly known as Sound Academy) – Toronto, ON
Aug. 04 – Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom – Hampton Beach, N.H.
Aug. 05 – Maine State Pier – Portland, Maine
Aug. 06 – The Fillmore -Philadelphia, Pa.
Aug. 09 – House of Blues – Boston, Mass.
Aug. 10 – Stone Pony Summer Stage – Asbury Park, N.J.
Aug. 12 – Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk – Brooklyn, N.Y.
Aug. 13 – Wolf Trap – Vienna, Va.
Aug. 15 – Pier 6 – Pavilion Baltimore, Md.
Aug. 16 – Taft Theatre – Cincinnati, Ohio
Aug. 18 – Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater at Fontanel – Nashville, Tenn.
Aug. 19 – Busch Gardens Williamsburg – Williamsburg, Va.
Aug. 22 – White Oak Amphitheatre at Greensboro Coliseum Complex – Greensboro, N.C.
Aug. 25 – Bayfront Park Amphitheater – Miami, Fla.
Aug. 26 – Orlando Amphitheater – Orlando, Fla.
Aug. 27 – Daily’s Place – Jacksonville, Fla.
Aug. 29 – Ravinia Festival – Highland Park, Ill.
Aug. 30 – Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park – Indianapolis, Ind.
Sept. 01 – DuQuoin State Fair- DuQuoin, Ill.
Sept. 03 – Gillioz Theater – Springfield, Mo.
Sept. 04 – The Pavilion at Irving Music Factory – Irving, Texas
Sept. 05 – House of Blues – Houston, Texas
Sept. 08 – Mandalay Bay Beach – Las Vegas, Nev.
Sept. 09 – Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, Calif.
Sept.10 – The Masonic – San Francisco, Calif.

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