For years now, You, Me, and Everyone We Know have cruised just under the radar of the mainstream, touring relentlessly and leaving their mark at events like SXSW, Bamboozle, and on Warped Tour, all the while winning over any audience put in front of them. Opening for acts as diverse as Forgive Durden, Sing It Loud, Every Avenue, Paper Rival, Four Year Strong, I Set My Friends on Fire, Valencia, and The Dear Hunter just to name a few. The band’s first two widely successful and critically acclaimed releases, “Party For The Grown and Sexy” and “So Young, So Insane”, were independently released and concurrently given away, and have reached the ears of nearly 70,000 people to date.

Currently on tour supporting The Bigger Lights headlining dates, You, Me and Everyone We Know are set to head out on their own headlining tour dubbed the “Can We Do Laundry At Your House” tour to spin off their first full length release and first single “Some Things Don’t Wash Out” available October 12th everywhere.

Smartpunk is the official sponsor for their headlining dates as well as promoting an exclusive pre-release bundle package TBA shortly!

Tour Dates w/ The Bigger Lights
++Headlining Dates w/ Take Cover & Queens Club

8/16 Jermyn PA  Elenaor Rigby’s**
8/17 Cleveland OH  Peabody’s Downunder**
8/18 Indianapolis IN Irving Theater**
8/19 Grand Rapids MI Mixtape Cafe**
8/20 Buffalo NY Xtreme Wheelz**
8/21 Poughkeepsie NY The Loft @ The Chance**
8/22 Philadelphia PA The Barbary**
8/23 Baltimore MD Otto Bar**
8/24 Vienna VA Jammin Java**
8/26 Tinley Park IL Fiesta**
8/27 Madison WI Orpheum Stage Door**
8/28 St. Paul MN Station 4**
8/29 Ames IA Zekes**
9/09 Crosse WI The Warehouse++
9/10 Iowa City IA Gabe’s++
9/11 DeKalb IL Middlewest Fest++
9/12 Omaha NE Sokol Underground++
9/14 Kansas City MO The Beaumont++
9/15 Lawrence KS The Bottleneck++
9/17 Oklahoma City OK Conservatory++
9/18 Tulsa OK Marquee++
9/20 St. Louis MO Firebird++
9/24 Lansing MI The Loft++
9/25 Flint MI Woobie’s++
9/26 Chicago IL Beat Kitchen++


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