Where’s The Band? is a tour featuring solo acoustic performances by four frontmen of successful groups. Dustin Kensrue (Thrice), Matt Pryor (The Get Up Kids, The New Amsterdams), Chris Conley (Saves The Day, Two Tongues) and Anthony Raneri (Bayside) will bring Where’s The Band? to the East Coast for the first time in December, performing in Boston, Baltimore, Philadelphia and two shows in New York. Dates are as follows:

Dec 8 — Cambridge, MA — The Middle East
Dec 9 — Baltimore, MD — Ottobar
Dec 10 — Philadelphia, PA — The Trocadero
Dec 11 — Brooklyn, NY — Music Hall of Williamsburg
Dec 12 — New York, NY — Highline Ballroom

The inaugural Where’s The Band? tour in January 2009 included 10 dates in the Midwest, followed by four West Coast dates in January of this year. Every date has sold out. The four singers sit in during each other’s sets, creating a unique and special event for fans.

A limited number of tickets have been held for Where’s The Band? fans and will be available through an exclusive Ducat King presale that begins Friday, October 15. The general public onsale date is Thursday, October 28; check venue websites for ticketing information.

Presale tickets will be available at http://wherestheband.ducatking.com/

For the latest news and info on Where’s the Band? artists, go to:

Or visit the individual artists’ pages:
http://savestheday.com/ (Chris Conley)

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For more information on Where’s The Band? please contact Andy Adelewitz at Paradigm, aadelewitz@paradigmagency.com, 607.257.0455



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