The Airborne Toxic Event have added 2020 tour dates in conjunction with HOLLYWOOD PARK, which is frontman Mikel Jollett's upcoming memoir and companion LP. The book is due out on May 5, and the album follows three days later.
The 30+ newly announced concerts will run from May to August, making stops at mid-size venues across North America. The rock group will also play four nights in Los Angeles and another four in New York City around the week of the book and album releases. The last time The Airborne Toxic Event toured this extensively was in 2015.
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When do The Airborne Toxic Event 2020 tickets go on sale and what is the presale code?
The general public on-sale for the new shows begins as early as November 22. Artist presales begin on November 20. Citi cardmember, Live Nation, LN Mobile App, and local venues / radio presales will follow.
For the Citi presale, you can try using the passcode 412800, but you will need the card to complete your purchase. The Live Nation / Ticketmaster presale password is RHYTHM and the LN Mobile App code is COVERT. Keep in mind, each date is different and details are subject to change. Click through the individual concert links below for more information about the show you're interested in.
We recommend following The Airborne Toxic Event on their social media accounts and signing up for their free email newsletter (middle of page), in addition to signing up for your local venue's email newsletter, to get the most up-to-date information.
Mikel Jollett will also head out on a solo book tour in May. Publisher Celadon Books shared more information about the memoir in a press release:
Hollywood Park chronicles Jollett’s extraordinary personal journey, from his early childhood in Synanon, one of the most infamous cults of the 1970s, through a teenage life of poverty and emotional abuse, to graduating with honors from Stanford University. Raised by a clinically depressed, narcissistic mother, tormented by his angry older brother, subjected to the unpredictability of troubled step-fathers and longing for contact with his father, a former heroin addict and ex-con, Jollett slowly, often painfully, builds a life that leads him to eventually finding his voice as a writer and then literally as singer and songwriter.
For more, check out The Airborne Toxic Event's Zumic artist page.