Watch Official Announcement Video Here
Currently Headlining North American Tour With Colony House And Tyson Motsenbocker
Today, multi-platinum selling, alternative rockers SWITCHFOOT announced they’ll be joining legendary rock band Bon Jovi on select dates during their This House Is Not For Sale 2019 European tour this summer kicking off on July 10th at Letzigrund Stadium in Zurich, Switzerland. You can watch the official announcement video HERE. Prior to this, the GRAMMY® Award-winning band will bring their dynamic live show to various festivals in Japan, Norway, and Sweden and will play headlining shows in London and Amsterdam. For more information and tickets please visit www.switchfoot.com.
On playing shows with Bon Jovi front man Jon Forman said, “I remember hearing ‘Livin’ On A Prayer’ at my elementary school Summer camp. One of the other kids played it to me from a mix that he had made. I remember thinking, ‘This is probably the best air-guitar song that has ever been written.’ Pretty sure I’m still right about that one. What a crazy dream to open for Bon Jovi in European football stadiums – we are so excited! After our set when Bon Jovi takes the stage, I’ll be the one side stage playing the air-guitar like I’m eleven again.”
Native Tongue, released January 18 via Fantasy Records, debuted at No. 2 on Billboard’s Rock Albums, No. 3 on Alternative Albums, No. 6 on Top Albums and Digital Albums, No. 22 on Vinyl Albums and No. 41 on Top 200. The album also charted No. 1 on Amazon’s Best Sellers in Alternative Rock, No. 6 on Best Sellers in Digital Albums and No. 20 on Best Sellers CDs & Vinyl as well as No. 2 on iTunes Top Albums Alternative and No. 5 on Top Albums All-Genre chart. Most recently, SWITCHFOOT launched the 43-city North American leg of their Native Tongue Tour with Colony House and Tyson Motsenbocker – full touring schedule below.
SWITCHFOOT TOUR DATES:
Feb 28 Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, Ontario
March 01 House of Blues – Cleveland, Ohio
March 02 20 Monroe Live – Grand Rapids, Mich.
March 03 The Fillmore Detroit – Detroit, Mich.
March 05 The Pageant – Saint Louis, Mo.
March 06 Egyptian Room at Old National Centre – Indianapolis, Ind.
March 08 Park West – Chicago, Ill.
March 09 Park West – Chicago, Ill.
March 10 The Sylvee – Madison, Wis.
March 14 Club Brady – Tulsa, Okla.
March 15 House of Blues – Dallas, Texas
March 16 House of Blues – Houston, Texas
March 18 Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater – Austin, Texas
March 19 Aztec Theatre – San Antonio, Texas
March 21 Iron City – Birmingham, Ala.
March 22 The RITZ Ybor – Tampa, Fla.
March 23 House of Blues – Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
March 24 Revolution – Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
March 27 State Theatre – Minneapolis, Minn.
March 28 Sokol Auditorium – Omaha, Neb.
March 29 Uptown Theater – Kansas City, Mo.
March 30 Fillmore Auditorium – Denver, Colo.
March 31 The Depot – Salt Lake City, Utah
April 03 Rialto Theatre – Tucson, Ariz.
April 04 The Van Buren – Phoenix, Ariz.
April 05 The Wiltern – Los Angeles, Calif.
April 06 Arlington Theatre – Santa Barbara, Calif.
April 07 Warfield Theater – San Francisco, Calif.
April 09 McDonald Theatre – Eugene, Ore.
April 10 Crystal Ballroom – Portland, Ore.
April 11 Neptune Theatre – Seattle, Wash.
April 12 Neptune Theatre – Seattle, Wash.
April 13 Queen Elizabeth Theatre – Vancouver, British Columbia
May 25 & 26 Greenroom Festival – Yokohama, Japan
July 5 Gullbrannavägen – Eldsberga, Sweden
July 6 Seaside Music Festival – Gjeving, Norway
July 8 Electric Ballroom – London, UK
Jul 10 Letzigrund Stadion – Zurich, Switzerland*
Jul 12 National Football – Stadium Warsaw, Poland*
Jul 14 TW Classic – Werchter, Belgium*
July 15 Melkweg – Amsterdam, Netherlands
Jul 17 Ernst Happal Stadion – Vienna, Austria*
Jul 19 Worthersee Stadion – Klagenfurt, Austria*
*with Bon Jovi