Sleeping With Sirens Announces Family Tree Tour

Sleeping with Sirens Promo
Photo Credit - Nick Stafford

Sleeping With Sirens have announced their upcoming Family Tree Tour. The pop punk band will be taking the tour to 13 US cities during May and June. Supporting the tour is post-hardcore band Dayseeker and indie alt-rock artist M.A.G.S. The tour commences on May 16 in Little Rock, AR and concludes on June 2 in Riverside, CA. Stops will also include festival performances at Welcome to Rockville in Daytona, FL and Sonic Temple in Columbus, OH.

The band released their latest album Complete Collapse in October 2022 via Sumerian Records. It featured several collaborations including Be Happy” with Royal & The Serpent,Crosses” with Spencer Chamberlain from Underoath, and “Let You Down” featuring Charlotte Sands. Speaking about the album, vocalist Kellin Quinn shared, “We’re very proud of our new album! Thanks in advance for listening. Enjoy!“.

For VIP package and ticket information for the tour, please click here.

Family Tree Tour Dates
May 16 – Little Rock, AR @ The Hall*
May 17 – Mobile, AL @ Soul Kitchen Music Hall*
May 19 – Daytona Beach, FL @ Welcome to Rockville**
May 21 – Charlotte, NC @ Fillmore
May 22 – Silver Springs, MD @ Fillmore
May 23 – Reading, PA @ Reverb
May 25 – Nashville, TN @ Marathon Music Works
May 26 – Columbus, OH @ Sonic Temple**
May 27 – Ft. Wayne, IN @ Clyde
May 28 – Des Moines, IA @ Wooly’s
May 30 – Grand Junction, CO @ Mesa Theater
June 1 – Sacramento, CA @ Ace Of Spades
June 2 – Riverside, CA @ Riverside Municipal

* No Dayseeker
** Festival

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