Boston's Dispatch have announced Fall 2017 concert dates for North America. The tour will be the group's first ever acoustic run. Simray, And The Kids, and Anaïs Mitchell have been announced as the opening acts for the last three performances, respectively. The new dates are in addition to the group's previously scheduled September appearances in Europe.
The concert schedule kicks off on November 26 in Vancouver, and includes stops in Texas, the Midwest, the Northeast, and along the West Coast. The tour concludes with three homecoming shows at Boston's Paradise Rock Club "to celebrate Calling All Crows' 10th anniversary and their continued work for women's rights through service and activism," according to the band's website.
Dispatch Tour Dates and Tickets
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When do Dispatch 2017 Fall tour tickets go on sale and what is the presale code?
The general public on-sale begins as early as September 15, 2017 at 10 AM.
Artist, Citi cardmember, Spotify, Ticketmaster, and local venues / radio presales begin on September 13.
For the Ciit cardmember presale, you can use the promo passcode 412800, but you will need an Citi card to complete your purchase. You can use the password LOCATION12 for the Artist presale.
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In a statement on the Dispatch website, the band detailed the upcoming tour:
We’ve heard requests for an acoustic tour over the years so we're returning to our roots and visiting some of the best small venues across the country, most of which we’ve never played before. We’ll also be playing two sets each night which means that we’ll get to revisit so many songs, old and new.