New York City’s MisterWives is thrilled to announce a summer tour as main support for Bleachers which will cover select markets in the Northeast and Midwest and culminate with a hometown show at Webster Hall on September 4th. The news comes as the band releases Reflections Remixes today, June 17th, exclusively via Spotify. The set features four remixes of their current bright, catchy single “Reflections,” including a brand new remix from Hippie Sabotage, who are following up their recent success with Tove Lo’s “Stay High (Habits Remix).”
This weekend, MisterWives kicked off their summer touring and festival circuit with a sold-out, high-energy headlining show at Brooklyn Bowl as a part of this year’s Northside Festival. This coming weekend, they’ll continue at Firefly Music Festival before hitting Summerfest, MoPop, and more. The band has been on the road for the better part of the last year supporting their debut EP Reflections, which was released this January. The six-song set earned the band shows and national tours with Metric, Half Moon Run, The Mowgli’s, American Authors, and The Royal Concept and their first SXSW appearance, along with a slew of love from the press and multiple sold-out hometown shows around New York City.
See below for all confirmed dates this summer and keep your eyes peeled for more dates with Bleachers. For the most up-to-date information, check out wwww.misterwives.com.
MisterWives Confirmed Summer Tour Dates
June 22nd @ Firefly in Dover, DE
July 4th @ Summerfest in Milwaukee, WI
July 12th @ Mo Pop Festival in Detroit, MI
August 20th @ Deluxe in Indianapolis, IN*
August 21st @ The Ready Room in St. Louis, MO*
August 22nd @ Kansas City Power & Light District in Kansas City, MO*
August 27th @ Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto, ON*
September 4th @ Webster Hall in New York, NY*
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