Wednesday, October 30, 2019
The Criterion – Oklahoma City, OK
Doors – 6:30 p.m. Show – 7:30 p.m.
Tour Kicks Off October 3rd, 2019 in Des Moines, IA; Tickets Available HERE
General Admission tickets on sale now starting at $37.00, available at The Criterion Box Office and online at Eventbrite.com or CriterionOKC.com.
GRAMMY® Award-winning rock band SWITCHFOOT announced Their Fantastic Traveling Music Show coming this Fall 2019. The 26-city run kicks off on October 3rd in Des Moines, IA and will hit major markets across the U.S. and Canada. With this tour, SWITCHFOOT promises a brand-new experience for their fans, with a deep dive into their catalog as well as playing hits old and new. Each night will consist of two sets back-to-back, the first a stripped-down acoustic set with never before heard stories woven throughout followed by a full-blown rock show to end the night. Full routing is below and for more information please visit www.switchfoot.com.
When asked about the fire that fuels their acclaimed live performance, bassist Tim Foreman says, “We don’t play all these different shows all over the world to JUST bring people together. We play these songs to show that all along we never were that far apart.”
Watch The Official Tour Trailer HERE
This tour follows the release of SWITCHFOOT’s highly acclaimed 11th studio album NATIVE TONGUE which debuted at #2 on Billboard’s Rock Albums Chart and the NATIVE TONGUE Spring 2019 tour which saw the band perform to sold-out crowds at prestigious venues nationwide including The Ryman in Nashville, TN and The Wiltern in Los Angeles, CA.
Last month, the band released the six-track, Live From The Native Tongue Tour Digital EP which includes five live songs recorded during the band’s powerful performance at the Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA along with the original album version of “NATIVE TONGUE.” They also shared live videos for “NATIVE TONGUE” and “TAKE MY FIRE” that captured the quintet's signature high-energy performance and passionate connection with their fans.
Additionally, this summer SWITCHFOOT hosted their annual BRO-AM Beach Fest in their hometown of San Diego, CA on June 29th. A Southern California summer staple, the fest brings tens of thousands of people together for an empowering weekend of giving back through surf, food, fun, and live music. The band will also join legendary rock band Bon Jovi on select dates during their This House Is Not For Sale Summer 2019 tour.
SWITCHFOOT TOUR DATES:
Oct 3 Hoyt Sherman Place – Des Moines, IA
Oct 4 Paramount Theater – Cedar Rapids, IA
Oct 5 Honeywell Center – Wabash, IN
Oct 6 Temple Theatre – Saginaw, MI
Oct 8 The Pablo Center at The Confluence – Eau Claire, WI
Oct 10 Peoria Civic Center Theater – Peoria, IL
Oct 11 The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts - Brown Theatre – Louisville, KY
Oct 12 Goodyear Theater – Akron, OH
Oct 13 Athenaeum Theatre – Columbus, OH
Oct 15 Hershey Theatre – Hershey, PA
Oct 16 The Egg – Hart Theater – Albany, NY
Oct 17 Palace Theatre – Stamford, CT
Oct 18 Roberts Wesleyan College – Voller Athletic Center – Rochester, NY
Oct 22 Greenfield Lake Amphitheatre – Wilmington, NC
Oct 24 Florida Theatre – Jacksonville, FL
Oct 25 Saenger Theater – Mobile, AL
Oct 26 GRACELAND LIVE - Graceland Soundstage – Memphis, TN
Oct 27 Thalia Mara Hall – Jackson, MS
Oct 29 Robinson Center - Robinson Performance Hall – Little Rock, AR
Oct 30 The Criterion – Oklahoma City, OK
Nov 2 Boulder Theater – Boulder, CO
Nov 5 Fox Performing Arts Center – Riverside, CA
Nov 7 Fred Kavli Theatre – Thousand Oaks, CA
Nov 8 Uptown Theatre – Napa, CA
Nov 9 Bob Hope Theatre – Stockton, CA
Nov 10 Redding Civic Auditorium – Redding, CA
Get NATIVE TONGUE HERE
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SWITCHFOOT has been unearthing all manner of musical gems since their 1997 debut The Legend of Chin, steadily expanding their global fan base and critical reputation through such releases as New Way to Be Human (1999), Learning to Breathe (2000), the multi-platinum breakthrough The Beautiful Letdown (2003), Nothing Is