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Wonderful Pittsburgh

At the edge of Pennsylvania lies the gorgeous, lively, and progressive city of Pittsburgh. What makes up the city – the people, the culture, the entertainment, and everything in between – will keep you coming back for more. Founded in 1758 by our first president, George Washington, and British general, John Forbes, Pittsburgh has come to be the 27th largest city in the United States. It has a metropolitan population of over 2 million, and a density of around 5 thousand square miles. It is surrounded by three crystal clear rivers – the Monongahela, the Ohio, and the Allegheny. The Allegheny, being the biggest of the three, is the main headstream of both the Mississippi and Ohio rivers. Three must be the cities lucky number because not only are they known for their three beautiful rivers but also their three identical bridges, the Three Sisters. The city has been named “most livable city” by Forbes and The Economist with a high regard to its environmental design. 

If you are looking for a quieter and financially friendly Pittsburgh visit due to lowered cost of accommodations and hotel/vacation rental stays, February is the month to go, although be wary as it is the coldest month with an average in the thirties. The sunniest month in Pittsburgh is July, where you can bask in the warm sun at the beautiful Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. There, you can join “Let’s Move Pittsburgh” for fun summer activities from free fitness classes to arts & crafts, or even lay out a blanket for a relaxing picnic surrounded by multicolored orchids and other flowers alike.

If you’d prefer to experience a locally-owned gem, make your way to The Vandal, a trendy restaurant in the neighborhood of Lawrenceville where all food is locally sourced and grown. Maybe you’re painfully hungry and want a sandwich piled high with fresh meat, cheeses, and most importantly french fries. If so, head over to the Pittsburgh famous Primanti Bros’ for a sandwich piled high with fresh meat, cheeses, and most importantly french fries. Following your meal, whether it be picnicking on the grass or devouring one of Primanti Bros’ staple loaded Pittsburgher sandwiches, make your way to the country’s first contemporary art museum, the Carnegie Museum of Art (CMOA), which was founded in 1895. During the Christmas season, you have the chance to see a CMOA special exhibition, the nativity scene—a collection of art pieces representing the birth of Jesus. If you are a film fanatic, you will be pleased to know that the city is home to many blockbuster movies such as The Dark Knight Rises, Adventureland, and The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Take a stroll through the city to see if you can find the streets where Batman zoomed down in the Batmobile or where James’s first kiss with Em was in Adventureland (hint: 16th Street Bridge). Or, for the people out there that can’t eat anything without some ketchup, head to the Heinz History Center for a tour of how your favorite ketchup came to be at almost every dining table you sit at today. You can also take a ride on the Duquesne Incline, a funicular (a trolley car that goes up and down the side of a mountain) that scales Mt. Washington with a beautiful view of downtown Pittsburgh. Taking a ride around sunset the city looks as if it is glowing and golden.   

If you love to shop, then you need to make your way Figleaf Boutique or Boutique La Passerelle for cute seasonal items and the hip Moop Shop for handmade canvas bags. Are you an all-things-vintage kind of person? Then you will be happy to hear that Pittsburgh is filled with vintage goods stores. Juju is one of many that offers chic vintage clothing as well as natural perfumes, ritual potions, tarot card readings and more in hopes that all who enter will leave with good juju. The city doesn’t just offer vintage clothing, but also vintage furniture and home decor items found at Who Knew? Retro Décor in Lawrenceville. If you want to turn your home into something you’ve once seen in a classic James Bond movie you can with them. But if your feet are tired and you just want to relax, make towards Peace, Love & Zen, a popular spa in the East Liberty neighborhood. Whether it be detoxing in the Himalayan salt cave or relaxing during a group ambient music listening session you will be pampered like the king/queen you are.

Later on in the night, you should find yourself walking through Market Square in the center of Downtown – an area saturated with all the good food and nightlife one could want. If you are looking for a good and fun performance then head to P-Town bar, a gay bar with pop music and drag shows. If it’s a cold beer or cocktail you are looking for, check out The Warren Bar and Burrow, a fun place to enjoy a specialty crafted drink. In addition, there is a well-regarded gastropub within Market Square called City Works Eatery and Pour House. Sit at the bar, meet one of the locals who are known to be some of the kindest, most intelligent, and loveliest people to speak with. If the game from earlier that day is on, your new friend will tell you how their boys in black and gold, the Pittsburgh Steelers, are some of the best players in the NFL (which isn’t wrong—they have 6 Super Bowl championships and 23 Division championships). Or, they might tell you about how Pittsburgh is becoming a vibrant hub for future tech, such as robotics and artificial intelligence which has been luring research grants and start-up companies to their progressive city. As a matter of fact, areas in Pittsburgh are being compared to the prosperous Silicon Valley. Companies in the industry are constantly testing their futuristic autonomous cars on the streets of Pittsburgh. 

After a night of drinking, laughing, and, outright fun, take a cab back to your hotel, the Fairmont Pittsburgh, argued to be one of the best, if not the best, hotels in Downtown Pittsburgh. The Fairmont, opened in 2010, is seen embracing Pittsburgh’s rich history of industry and art through its contemporary, steel-focused design and local artwork solidifying it as illustrious, swank, and hip.

Hotel Highlights:

•          185 luxurious guest rooms featuring comfortable amenities such as a large working desk, contemporary decor, and seamless technology

•          Breathtaking views of PNC Park and the Pittsburgh skyline

•          Known as the wedding destination of Pittsburgh

•          BMW bicycles offered to guests to explore Pittsburgh

•          fl.2, a new Modern American restaurant which serves delicious food for each meal of the day accompanied by great cocktails

•          Andy’s, a cocktail bar in the signature lobby, is a great place to enjoy a cocktail and a live jazz performance

•          The Health Club & Spa at the Fairmont Pittsburgh offers a multitude of complimentary spa and gym amenities such as fresh, clean, and stylish Reebok workout gear including shoes, socks, shorts and a t-shirt

The city’s tourism board, VisitPITTSBURGH, shows just how welcoming and loving its people are with their campaign, “Pull Up A Chair, You Are Welcomed Here.” As part of the campaign, there will be painted by local artists throughout the city as an act of hospitality and warm greetings to tourists and locals alike.

Incoming colligates would also be happy to hear that the city has an abundant amount of unique universities and colleges. A few local universities include

1.     University of Pittsburgh

a.     Ranked 70thbest school according to the 2019 edition of Best Colleges and National Universities

b.    The Pittsburgh Panthers compete in the NCAA Division I Atlantic Coast Conference and have lots of school spirit

2.     Carnegie Mellon University

a.     Ranked 25thbest school according to the 2019 edition of Best Colleges and National Universities

b.    Known for its programs in science and technology but includes many diverse programs

3.     Duquesne University

a.     Ranked 11thbest Catholic university within the U.S. News 2019 top tier schools

4.     Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania

5.     California University of Pennsylvania

6.     Community College of Allegheny County

7.     Point Park University

8. The Art Institute of Pittsburgh

9. Chatham University

10. Carlow University

11. La Roche University

Contrary to popular belief, Pittsburgh is not as close to Philly as many believe. As a matter of fact, it is 6 hours away by car. But regardless of whether you are from Philly, Los Angeles, or even on the other side of the world, the beautiful city of Pittsburgh awaits your arrival with open arms. Come as a tourist or come looking for new residency – especially for those who are future students, budding entrepreneurs, or looking to go into the tech industry – you will find what you are looking for in Pittsburgh.

Other references:

1)http://bit.ly/Pittsburgh_As_A_Tech_Hub

2)http://bit.ly/Pittsburgh_Demographics

3)http://bit.ly/Pittsburgh_Weather

Dallas Stars Acquire Jamie Oleksiak From Penguins

By Reid Urban

The Dallas Stars have decided to bring back a familiar name.

The Stars have reacquired Jamie Oleksiak from the Pittsburgh Penguins in exchange for a 2019 fourth-round pick. This news also comes with the latest announcement from the Stars that Marc Methot will undergo season-ending left knee surgery, so Oleksiak is likely to take Methot’s place in the lineup

What’s interesting about this trade is that the fourth-round pick Dallas is sending back was the same one that Pittsburgh sent to Dallas to acquire Oleksiak last season.

It seems certain that Oleksiak will be in the lineup for the Stars on Wednesday when they play the Buffalo Sabres.

Kings Trade Tanner Pearson to Pittsburgh

By Reid Urban

Tanner Pearson has had his struggles this season but it looks like those struggles may have cost him his tenure in Los Angeles.

On Wednesday, the day after the Los Angeles Kings lost 5-1 to the Maple Leafs, the Kings traded Pearson to the Pittsburgh Penguins for forward Carl Hagelin. Pittsburgh is expected to retain about 6.25% of Hagelin’s contract, which amounts to $250K.

While the Kings certainly get rid of a player who hasn’t done much for them this season, they do get a speedy forward, who should be an upgrade over what Pearson brought.

General Manager Rob Blake said about the trade, “Our team is obviously not in a position that we are comfortable with in terms of how we are playing. This is a change to our line-up that gives us an additional amount of speed. With Carl Hagelin his number one asset is speed and getting to holes, and we think he will play a big role on the penalty kill for us going forward.”

In addition to that trade, the Kings have also recalled Matt Luff from the Ontario Reign.

Hagelin is likely to get his first action with the Kings on Friday when they play in Chicago.

The Greeting Committee

“This band needs to be on your radar.” – Idolator

The Greeting Committee share a new song, “You’ve Got Me”

LISTEN HERE.

This is the newest teaser from the critically acclaimed Kansas City quartet’s upcoming debut album. They recently shared their single “17”.

Idolator wrote, “The Greeting Committee exudes youthful abandon on [their] shimmery new single.”

Stay tuned for more details soon.

Kicking off September 6 in Indianapolis, the band will join Jukebox The Ghost for upcoming North American tour dates. Amidst that run, they will also perform at WEQX PearlPalooza in Albany, NY on 9/15 alongside White Reaper, Superorganism, and KITTEN.

Full routing can be found below.

With their recent U.S. run, their energetic live show captured the attention of audiences across the country. After their Pittsburgh set, AXS wrote that The Greeting Committee “quickly won over the crowd with their energy and catchy songs.” Twin Cities Media praised, “If every band had the amount of energy that Addie had last night I would never have a complaint about a live show there’s no denying the power behind The Greeting Committee’s live shows”, while Music In Minnesota agreed, “The Greeting Committee put on one of the best performances from an opening act Iߣve ever seen in my life.”

Between high school classes in their native Kansas City, The Greeting Committee quietly stirred up a following with their 2015 debut EP It’s Not All That Bad, which caught the attention of Lazlo Geiger, a radio personality from 96.5 The Buzz. The lead single “Hands Down” impressively generated 10 million-plus streams as the band went on touring with the likes of MisterWives, Tennis, The Mowgli’s, Saint Motel, and Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, as well as making a splash at Lollapalooza and SXSW. “17” is their first new release since their 2017 sophomore EP Meeting People Is Easy.

Photo credit: EILZABETH MIRANDA

The Greeting Committee are: Addie Sartino (vocals), Brandon Yangmi (guitar), Pierce Turcotte (bass), and Austin Fraser (drums).

THE GREETING COMMITTEE TOUR DATES WITH JUKEBOX THE GHOST:

9/6 • Indianapolis, IN @ HiFi

9/7 • Cincinnati, OH @ Taft Theatre

9/10 • Nashville, TN @ The Basement East

9/11 • Charlotte, NC @ Neighborhood Theatre

9/13 • Richmond, VA @ The Broadberry

9/14 • Baltimore, MD @ Rama Head Live

9/15 • Albany, NY @ WEQX PearlPalooza*

9/17 • Toronto, ON @ Horseshow Tavern

9/19 • Syracuse, NY @ The Lost Horizon

9/20 • Pawtucket, RI @ The Met

9/21 • Holyoke, MA @ Gateway Arts

9/22 • Portland, ME @ Port City Music Hall

* not a Jukebox The Ghost date with White Reaper, Superorganism and KITTEN

Pirelli Joins BMW for Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest is BMW Car Club of America’s annual celebration and for its 49th edition taking place in Pittsburgh, PA, Pirelli could not miss it as this year’s Oktoberfest also marks a special anniversary for the German car manufacturer which is celebrating 50 years of the beloved BMW 2002 model. The 2002 holds special significance in the US especially, as it is known as the model that ignited enthusiast’s passion for the brand. In tribute, 2002 owners from across the country will gather at O’Fest this year for what is possibly the largest gathering of ‘02s ever assembled.

“Oktoberfest is the largest annual gathering of BMW Club members in the world, so we couldn’t miss this opportunity to honor the German marque. As a specialist in premium tires, Pirelli has a longstanding relationship with BMW, producing numerous ‘star marked’ tires specifically for BMW as original equipment, such as for its latest powerful SUVs (X5 and X6), the 1 Series, 3 Series, 3 Series GT, 5 Series, 6 Series Gran Coupe, and 7 Series. And we also have the CN36 from our vintage Collezione tire range, which is perfect for the much-loved 02 model being celebrated at O’Fest this year,” said Marco Crola, CEO of Pirelli Tire North America.

Pirelli’s presence at this 900-strong crowd ‘O’Fest’ as it is known over July 9-14 includes a Pirelli booth, Pirelli Concours judging and awards on Wednesday July 11th and the Pirelli Dinner on Thursday 12th July at the Carnegie Science Center. Some 800 BMW cars are expected to turn out for the 2018 Oktoberfest, which is the BMW CAR Club of America’s self-described ‘world famous party’ for its North American members. For more information visit Pirelli or the official BMW Oktoberfest website.

About Pirelli

Pirelli was founded in 1872 and has its headquarters in Milan, Italy. Pirelli focuses its business on the high end, premium product segment where it is a world leader. Pirelli has a commercial presence in over 160 countries and 19 factories in 13 countries. Successfully competing in motorsports since 1907, Pirelli is currently the exclusive supplier of the Formula 1 championship, the Superbike world championship, and many other championships around the world.

Pirelli Tire North America (PTNA) includes the Modular Integrated Robotized System (MIRS) facility and research and development center at its Rome, Georgia headquarters, a state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in Silao, Mexico, sales and marketing offices in New York City, Los Angeles, Detroit, Montreal and Mexico City, and a prestige flagship store in Los Angeles. The company manufactures, distributes and markets original equipment and replacement tires for export and domestic car/motorcycle applications. For more information regarding Pirelli, please visit www.pirelli.com

States and Capitals

States & Capitals will be hitting the road this summer on a cross-country tour, managed by Monster Entertainment. The band will be supporting He is We (a few dates), The Brevet (Ralston), and The Stolen (Pittsburgh).

They will also play Warped Tour Mansfield, MA Friday, July 27th at Xfinity Center. Check out the flyer below for the full lineup! To RSVP or purchase tickets check out States & Capitals on Bandsintown. Please be sure to stop by the merch table!

STATES & CAPITALS

Alternative || Los Angeles, CA

From a basement in New Jersey to new LA digs, States & Capitals is a project by 21-year old Richie Arthur. For a year and a half, States & Capitals has been tucked away in a home studio in Los Angeles, California crafting an Alternative sound. Finished demos sent Richie on a trip to Nashville, TN in the spring of 2017 to collaborate with Jonathan Roye (Owl City, Kelsea Ballerini, Forever The Sickest Kids). The result would be the three-track, “CREATIONS&MEMORIES (EP)” a collaborative effort between Richie and Jon.

The band let go of the debut single “Drive” on August 4th, 2017, the follow-up single “Jumping In Front Of These Cars” on October 27th, 2017, and “Take Me Back For The Night” February 23rd, 2018. The C&M EP was released June 15th, 2018, via JIRNY, LLC/STEM, and is now available at all major digital retail and streaming outlets.

States & Capitals kicked off the first leg of the 2018 CREATIONS&MEMORIES TOUR on March 7, 2018, at The Study in Los Angeles, CA continuing throughout the mid-west (including SXSW Showcase, Southwest Invasion), and ending at Chain Reaction in Anaheim, CA. On April 10, 2018, the band announced the second leg of the tour, which will include the entire US kicking off on July 5, 2018.

On June 3, 2018, S&C officially announced that they’ve started the process of their follow up EP, which is tentatively set to release in September 2018.

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Style + Technology = STYLNOLOGY

By Patrick T Cooper

Introduction
A black and white color palette is an imperative style component and GREEN (money) is a very necessary … really we mean the color. Life must be simple yet elegant. Who needs fussy and undo stress on the trot to the billionaire club? Not me and neither should you. If Elon Musk can put a Tesla into space surely you can follow our STYLNOLOGY guide to awaken your fashionable presence. Think less geek and opt for chic. We’ve rummaged the market to find high tech gadgets, fashion forward options and destinations to tickle your fancy. Your daily dash should be a dream. From sneakers that feel like you’re walking on air to shirts that are breathable, wrinkle free and odor resistant you will always be right on TIME and KNOWLEDGEABLE of what is current.

The Shoe
Who needs laces when you are on the move? Bzees makes lacing up a worry of the past which may add to your overall productivity. The Improv Slip-On’s built in cloud technology will cradle your feet for all day comfort so get ready to make a dash for it!
Price $69.00
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The Watch
The Eterno Watch is traditional in soul, handcrafted in Switzerland and waterproof to 5 atmospheres. Produced in a limited quantity of 500 pieces this is definitely an exclusive. Add this accoutrement to your timepiece collection and watch your wrist dance in style.
Price $585.00
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The Headphones
No need for compromise and no need for fussy wires anymore. The feather weight Studio 43 are designed for convenience and ease. Voice interactive capabilities allowing you to stay engaged, hands-free and alerts for incoming calls. So gear up and let this gadgets multi-function ease your burdens.
Price- $139.00
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The Shirt
Thanks to the brilliant technology and performance properties that are woven into the Tahaanga dress shirt your investment will not wash away. Crafted in Italy with moisture control and quick dry fabrics, this garment will be a mainstay for any wardrobe.
Price $175.00
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The Athleisure
The name alone is a reason to run toward IBKUL. IceFil technology will chill you. From perspiration to refrigerant your body will be cooled up to 5 degress to the touch. The Xylitol will literally keep you cool as a cucumber during golf, tennis, yoga or running daily errands

Price $98.00 – $106.00
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The Jean
Comfort is key at Mugsy Jeans. It is a new day in denim design. Mugsy jeans are warp, shrink, and wrinkle resistant. Prepare to experience a new piece of mind. Synthetic silk make these pants highly flexible and as cozy as college sweatpants.
Price $98 – $120.
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The Destination – Pittsburgh, PA.

Take A Bite Out of Pittsburgh

Photography by Terry A Sprunger

Introduction
Pittsburgh is oozing with food, style, steel, sophistication and tons of technology. Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh make this community a haven for research and development. Additionally, technology firms are sprouting up daily. There is an ingrained, humbled, and rhythmic work ethic that vibrates throughout the city. The Steel City gritty spirit is bridging the gap of past with present day. Did you know that Pittsburgh has more bridges than any other city in the world? Now you do. There are 446 bridges in Pittsburgh to be exact. Oh and as you prepare to experience this amazing destination we hope you are welcomed into the elite club of Uber’s driverless car experiment. Yes, that is correct an Uber without a driver. On fire, is an understatement. This American gem is bustling with culture, food and tons of activity. Here is glimpse of our “Bite Out of the Burgh”.

EAT
Pittsburgh’s food scene is growing astronomically and is an incubator for several rising stars in the culinary world. Feel your tummy in The Strip District you will not be disappointed. You can eat yourself into a coma but make 2 stops Enrico Biscotti Company and Smallman Galley

Enrico Biscotti Company
Hopefully you will get a chance to meet the incredible personality of Chef Roy Godin when you stop at Enrico Biscotti Company. The food is divine but it’s all in the personality that makes this dining experience unique and evergreen.

Smallman Galley
Tyler Benson is one half of the brilliant team behind the Smallman Galley. The galley serves as an incubator and an accelerator of young talent and artisans in food. Inspired by global travels your taste buds will be forever grateful as you indulge in innovative food and beverage concepts.

STYLE
Andy Warhol Museum
Who doesn’t know the name Andy Warhol? However, did you know that Andy was a native of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. Spend the day in this beautiful presentation of Warhol’s oeuvre and become inspired to live larger than life.

SOPHISTICATION
The Duquesne Incline
Thanks to engineer Samuel Diescher and The Society for the Preservation of the Duquesne Heights Incline you can experience a moment in history. Preserving a piece of history… there is a level of sophistication in this. Climbing the steep incline offers a moment of reflection and gratitude for people that dare to dream. Upon arrival at the top of the incline prepare to go into selfie overload and to capture amazing landscape photography of Pittsburgh.

Do yourself a favor and adventure in person to see Pittsburgh’s STYLNOLOGY.

Autonomous Cars

Ready or Not, Autonomous Cars are Coming: We are well past the point of autonomous vehicles being a fad. With several production cars around the world already coming from the factory with partial automation features, manufacturers, ride sharing companies, and rental car companies are in an all-out race to lead innovation in autonomous vehicle technology. That intense competition will also lead many to take risks.

 

Auto Insurers Betting on Autonomous to Decrease Frequency of Accidents: Auto insurers have already begun factoring the growth of autonomous and semi-autonomous technologies, such as forward collision warning with autobrake, adaptive headlights, and blind spot assist into future claims projections. In general, the industry is betting on autonomous technology to ultimately decrease the frequency of accidents, but not the severity of accidents that do occur.

 

You Are Being Recorded: One of the most interesting implications of the autonomous vehicle movement on the P&C insurance industry is the vast amount of data that is being collected by these technologies. According to a new studyconducted by J.D. Power in collaboration with Miller Canfield and Mcity, nearly three fourths (74%) of consumers say they are willing to share autonomous vehicle data after a collision, potentially giving insurers broad access into the details surrounding a crash and the ability to expand the current telematics offerings they currently have in place, which offer discounts to safer drivers. According to J.D. Power data, these telematics-powered offerings have been associated with high levels of insurance customer satisfaction.

 

 

The BANDWAGON Tour

Four select markets for country music superstars and GRAMMY, CMA and ACM Award-winners Miranda Lambert and Little Big Town’s co-headlining The Bandwagon Tour, scheduled to go on-sale Friday, March 16.

The March 16 on-sale includes tour stops in Charlotte, North Carolina (7/12), Cincinnati, Ohio (7/13), Hartford, Connecticut (7/20) and West Palm Beach, Florida (8/4).

Special guests joining Miranda Lambert and Little Big Town on The Bandwagon Tour include Turnpike Troubadours and The Steel Woods for select dates; both of whom joined Lambert for dates on her own Livin’ Like Hippies Tour. Also, on the first weekend is Natalie Hemby, who has penned #1 hits for both Miranda and Little Big Town.  In addition, singer/songwriter newcomer, Tenille Townes will join for all dates on The Bandwagon Tour.

Ticket on-sale dates to be announced throughout the upcoming weeks. Fans can stay up-to-date by visiting MirandaLambert.com and LittleBigTown.com for more information.  Live Nation is the official promoter.

The Bandwagon Tour dates

*(denotes Turnpike Troubadours select dates)

**(denotes The Steel Woods select dates)

***(denotes Natalie Hemby select dates)

Tenille Townes joins for all dates

Bold denotes new date added

Be More Kind

Frank Turner releases the title track from his forthcoming seventh studio album Be More Kind available on May 4th via Xtra Mile Recordings/Polydor UK /Interscope Records. Listen to “Be More Kind” HERE. The album is available for pre-order HEREand those who pre-order will receive instant downloads of “Be More Kind” as well as the previously released tracks “1933” and “There She Is” from the 2017 release Songbook.

Of the track, Turner says, “‘Be More Kind’, the song, is at the heart of the album, both lyrically and musically; when I finished it, I could see the rest of the album coming back together around it.”
Be More Kind represents a thematic and sonic line in the sand for the 36-year-old. It’s a record that combines universal anthems with raw emotion and the political and the personal, with the intricate folk and punk roar trademarks of Turner’s sound imbued with new, bold experimental shades. Be More Kind is produced by Austin Jenkins and Joshua Block, formerly of psychedelic-rock Texans White Denim, and Florence And The Machine and Halsey collaborator Charlie Hugall. “I wanted to try and get out of my comfort zone and do something different,” says Turner.

The Be More Kind World Tour will head to North America on April 5, with its first leg playing to over 200,000 people across the UK, the USA, Europe, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, taking them through to Christmas. Two Boston shows – July 1 and 2 – were added today. Turner promises that 2019 will include visits to some “slightly more weird and wonderful places.”

BE MORE KIND TOURNorth American Dates:

Tickets available HERE.

Thu/Apr-05 • Mexico City, MX • Caradura

Thu/May-31 • Detroit, MI • The Fillmore

Fri/Jun-01 • Pittsburgh, PA • Stage AE

Sat/Jun-02 • Columbus, OH • Express Live^

Sun/Jun-03 • Baltimore, MD• Pier Six Pavilion

Tue/Jun-05 • Philadelphia, PA • The Fillmore

Wed/Jun-06• New York, NY • Playstation Theater^

Fri/Jun-08 • Charlotte, NC • The Fillmore

Sat/Jun-09 • Atlanta, GA • The Tabernacle

Sun/Jun-10 • Orlando, FL • House of Blues

Tue/Jun-12 • Dallas, TX • House of Blues

Wed/Jun-13 • Austin, TX • Stubb’s

Fri/Jun-15 • Phoenix, AZ • Van Buren

Sat/Jun-16 • Los Angeles, CA • Hollywood Palladium

Sun/Jun-17 • San Francisco, CA • Warfield Theatre

Tue/Jun-19 • Salt Lake City, UT • The Complex

Thu/Jun-21 • Kansas City, MO • The Truman**

Fri/Jun-22 • Minneapolis, MN • Myth

Sat/Jun-23 • Chicago, IL • Aragon Ballroom

Sun/Jun-24 • Cleveland, OH • House of Blues

Tue/Jun-26 • Boston, MA • Royale

Wed/Jun-27 • Boston, MA • Royale

Fri/Jun-29 • Boston, MA • Royale

Sat/Jun-30 • Boston, MA • Royale

Sun/Jul-1 • Boston, MA • Royale

Mon/Jul-2 • Boston, MA • Royale

Mon/Jul-30 • Big Indian, NY • Campfire Punk Rock

Tue/Jul-31 • Big Indian, NY • Campfire Punk Rock

Wed/Aug-01 • Big Indian, NY • Campfire Punk Rock

Thu/Aug-02 • Big Indian, NY • Campfire Punk Rock

Fri/Aug-03 • Denver, CO • Red Rocks*

Thu/Sep-06 • Portland, OR • Crystal Ballroom

Fri/Sep-07 • Seattle, WA •Moore Theatre

Sat/Sep-08 • Vancouver, BC • The Vogue Theater

Sun/Sep-09 • Victoria, BC • Alix Goolden Performance Hall

Tue/Sep-11 • Edmonton, AB • Winspear Centre

Wed/Sep-12 • Calgary, AB • MacEwan Hall

Fri/Sep-14 • Saskatoon, SK • O’Brians

Sat/Sep-15 • Winnipeg, MB • Burton Cummings Theatre

Tue/Sep-18 • London, ON • London Music Hall

Wed/Sep-19 • Toronto, ON • The Phoenix Concert Theater

Sat/Sep-22 • Montreal, QC • Corona Theater

Mon/Sep-24 • Ottawa, ON • Bronson Centre

Wed/Sep-26 • Burlington, VT • Higher Ground

Sat/Sep-29 • Asbury Park, NJ • Hear Me Sea Festival

Sun/Sep-30 • Ithaca, NY • State Theatre

Mon/Oct-01 • Charlottesville, VA • Jefferson Theater

Wed/Oct-03 • Asheville, NC • The Orange Peel

Thu/Oct-04 • Nashville, TN • Cannery Ballroom

Fri/Oct-05 • Cincinnati, OH • Bogart’s

Sat/Oct-06 • Milwaukee, WI • Pabst Theater

Lucero, The Menzingers, and The Homeless Gospel Choir to support May 31 through June 24

Co-headlining show with Lucero and support from Face to Face (acoustic)*

Lucero will not be supporting**

The Menzingers will not be supporting^

Frank Turner “Be More Kind” PreOrder + eSingle/IG Track
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