Dirty Heads & Sublime with Rome to Tour South America

Dirty Heads & Sublime with Rome to Tour South America

Both Sublime with Rome and the Dirty Heads have had a very busy summer, and their fall is shaping up to be just as hectic with a joint-South American Tour together this November.

The Dirty Heads and Sublime with Rome have been a familiar, and extremely successful, lineup for fans to gather across North America, but now the duo is heading south of the equator. For most of the Dirty Heads, this will be the first time they will be in Brazil, but drummer Matt Ochoa sat in for then Sublime with Rome drummer, Bud Gaugh, back in 2011. This time the bands will team up for seven-dates across Brazil.

Jared Watson of the Dirty Heads shared his thoughts about heading to South America recently saying, “We’re going to South America. There is no thinking or wondering about it, we are going to South America! There is nothing but excitement from us. We’ve never been to South America. We know there is a scene for this music down there. We have been getting hit up from fans down there. We were talking to the Pepper guys who were just recently down there, and they told us that ten days down there is like a month touring throughout the states. So, we are pretty excited about it.”

In other news today, Duddy B of Dirty Heads got to throw out the first pitch at the Angels baseball game! Congrats Duddy!

Fall South American Tour Dates:
Nov 23rd @ HSBC Brasil. Sao Paulo, Brazil
Nov 24th @ Chevrolet Hall. Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Nov 25th @ Circo Voador. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Nov 28th @ Pepsi Onstage. Porto Alegre, Brazil
Nov 29th @ Curitiba Master Hall. Curitiba, Brazil
Nov 30th @ Stage Music Park. Florianopolis, Brazil
Dec 1st @ El Teatro Flores. Maringa, Brazil

Dirty Heads Links:
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Sublime with Rome Links:
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Article By: Kris Siuta
Photos By: Amanda Zancanella

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