Up-and-coming soul group St. Paul and The Broken Bones have added fall tour dates to their already busy 2016 concert schedule. The newly announced concerts are scheduled to kick off September 9 in Tennessee and wrap up November 18 in Georgia. These dates are in addition to previously scheduled shows in Europe and the United Kingdom.
September 9, 2016 is also the date when the band are planning to release their sophomore album, Sea of Noise. Looking at the album cover art, there are two immediate take-aways. 1) It appears the band are going more experimental than their critically acclaimed debut record, Half The City, which was rooted in classic R&B; 2) The pistols in the image are a little questionable, in light of the recent terrorist attack at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando that destroyed so many lives. There are a few other interesting symbols like an hourglass and a spaceship.
St. Paul and The Broken Bones Tour Dates and Tickets
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WHEN DO ST. PAUL AND THE BROKEN BONES 2016 TICKETS GO ON SALE AND WHAT IS THE PRESALE CODE?
Presales are currently underway for the newly announced shows, in conjunction with American Express cardmembers, local radio / venues, and through St. Paul and The Broken Bones ticketing — which crashed earlier because of overwhelming traffic. Citi cardmember, Live Nation, LN Mobile App, APE, and Spotify presales begin June 16. The general public on-sale begins as early as June 17, 2016 at 11 AM CST.
The Live Nation presale offer code is LEGEND and the LN Mobile App password is COVERT. The band's Applauze presale password is noise, the APE password is howden, and the Spotify password is seaofnoise. The Citi presale accepts 412800 and the American Express presale accepts INGOLD, but you'll need a Citi or AmEx card to complete your purchase if you use those codes.
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Keep in mind, each date can be different and details are subject to change. Click the links above for the show you’re interested in.
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