Today California rockers Dirty Honey have announced their biggest North American headline tour to date. In support of the band’s upcoming sophomore album, Can’t Find The Brakes, which is due this fall, the tour will kick off October 18 at San Francisco’s Regency Ballroom and will send them coast-to-coast, including Canadian dates. One of rock’s hottest rising bands, Dirty Honey are bringing their enigmatic force to cities everywhere this fall and winter.
Veterans of the road, Dirty Honey have found mass success on their previous headliners and tours alongside Mammoth WVH, KISS, Guns N’ Roses, Rival Sons, Dorothy, The Who, The Black Crowes, and more. Domineering the rock space, there is a reason Dirty Honey have been billed with such legendary acts. Their shows, fueled with their notorious live wire energy, have made them a must-see act in recent years.
Having sold out two consecutive, first-time headline tours of the U.K. and Europe earlier this year, the band are on a hot streak. They are about to hit the road supporting rock legends Guns N’ Roses, with dates concluding September 20 before their headline run kicks off in October.
On this tour, vocalist Marc LaBelle, guitarist John Notto, and bassist Justin Smolian will introduce North America to Dirty Honey’s new drummer, Jaydon Bean, a long-time friend of the band’s who came on board this past January, just before the band’s first massive ’23 UK/European headline tour launched.
The band will be joined by special guest Austin Meade, one of the most exciting and unique artists coming out of the Texas scene. Combined, both acts will bring their 70s nostalgia and powerful rock and roll to the stage.
All tour dates and ticketing information can be found below:
Purchase tickets and view tour dates here.
Artist Presale: Wednesday, August 16 @10AM – Thursday, August 17 at 10PM local;
Artist Presale Password: BRAKES
Public OnSale: Friday, August 18 at 10AM local