Fiction 20 Down, a quartet out of Baltimore, is now announcing their national tour which is to begin on April 28th at Irish Eyes in Lewes Delaware. The tour consists of over 30 dates in nearly 20 states across the country, including an appearance at the California Roots Festival along side Pepper, SOJA, The Expendables to name a few. They will also be headlining a charity event in Boston for Calling All Crows, a charity founded by Chad Stokes of Dispatch/State Radio.
After nearly 2 months of non-stop shows, the tour will conclude in Bel Air, Maryland, but the venue has yet to be decided. Jordan Lally, the lead singer of the independent rock fusion band, said they are pumped for the kick off of their new tour, but even more so about finally making it out west.
“So far we’ve done most of our touring on the east coast & in the midwest, so for us to be able to hit the west coast and play an event like Cali Roots with Pepper, SOJA, and so on… needless to say we’re stoked. Thanks to The Pier and our own social media sites, we’ve got a bunch of fans in spots like Cali, Colorado & Texas who’ve never been able to see us live – no doubt the tour stops in Monterey, San Diego, LA, Huntington Beach, Austin, Dallas and Denver are gonna get live! Not to mention the rest of the 30+ shows across the US… we’re looking forward to kicking this thing off in May.”
In addition to the national tour, Fiction 20 Down, for the third consecutive year, put on a live performance on Opening Day for the Baltimore Orioles for those lucky enough to attend.
On top of all that, the band announced that they will be releasing a music video for the track “Victorious” this Saturday, April 14th. Produced by Brian Morrison, the video was shot live at The 8×10 in their native city of Baltimore.
So, if you have not already, get your tickets for the Fiction 20 Down National Tour and check out their music video for “Victorious” coming out this Saturday!
F20D Tour Dates:
April 28th @ Irish Eyes. Lewes, DE
May 2nd @ The Whiskey. Wilmington, NC
May 3rd @ The Boathouse. Myrtle Beach, FL
May 4th @ West End Trading Co. Sanford, FL
May 5th @ Blue Water Island. Jacksonville, FL
May 6th @ Blue Water Island. Jacksonville, FL
May 9th @ Churchill’s. Miami, FL (w/ The Aggrolites)
May 10th @ The Funky Buddha. Boca Raton, FL
May 11th @ Crowbar. Tampa, FL
May 12th @ E.R. Bradleys. West Palm Beach, FL
May 15th @ Dragon’s Den. New Orleans, LA
May 16th @ Barley House. Dallas, TX
May 17th @ Flamingo Cantina. Austin, TX
May 19th @ The Hut. Tucson, AZ (w/ The Parlotones)
May 21st @ TBD. San Diego, CA
May 24th @ The Mint. Los Angeles, CA
May 25th @ Gallaghers. Huntington Beach, CA (w/HB Surround Sound)
May 26th @ California Roots Festival. Monterey, CA
May 27th @ California Roots Festival, Monterey, CA
May 31st @ The Woodshed. Salt Lake City, UT
June 1st @ Cervantes. Denver, CO
June 2nd @ Smitty’s. Pueblo, CO
June 7th @ Chord On Blues. St. Charles, IL
June 8th @ Howard’s Club H. Howling Green, OH
June 9th @ Scarlet & Grey Café. Columbus, OH
June 12th @ Radio Bean. Burlington, VT (Acoustic Show)
June 14th @ Radio (Calling All Crows Benefit Show). Boston, MA
June 15th @ Mojo’s Music Bar. Jamestown, NY
June 16th @ The Purple Monkey Tropical Bar. Buffalo, NY (w/ B-Side Dubs)
June 20th @ The Blockely. Philadelphia, PA
June 21st @ TBD. Asbury Park, NJ
June 22nd @ Le Grand Fromage. Atlantic City, NY
June 23rd @ TBD. Bel Air, MD.
Article By: Jason Gallagher
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