Paramore Announces Intimate North American Comeback Tour
Paramore have announced a North American tour for this fall – tickets will be available here.
The Hayley Williams-led band will hit the road on October 2, 2022 for 12 special shows, marking their first live performances in over four years. They will make stops at theaters in cities like Omaha, Oklahoma City, Chicago and Toronto.
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According to a press release, these selected concerts will offer fans “a unique opportunity to see Paramore in a range of intimate venues.”
Those hoping to secure tickets for the tour should register at Ticketmaster Verified Fan Platform by this Sunday (July 17). The general sale will then open to verified registrants at 10 a.m. local time next Friday (July 22) – buy your ticket(s) here.
A Verified Fan Sale is set to take place at the same time on Wednesday, July 20. You can see the announcement post and the official tour poster below.
Shows. Fall 2022.
Pre-sale registration for Verified Fans begins TODAY through Sunday at: https://t.co/fVS8MHifhc
The Verified Fan presale begins Wednesday, July 20 at 10:00 a.m. local time.
General on-sale begins Friday, July 22 at 10 a.m. local time.
We’ll see each other there. pic.twitter.com/6uU0SF2Suz
— paramore (@paramore) July 15, 2022
Paramore’s 2022 live schedule also includes their previously announced appearances at When We Were Young festival in Las Vegas, Austin City Limits in Texas and Corona Capital in Mexico City.
The band’s fifth and final studio album, “After Laughter”, was released in 2017. Frontwoman Williams has since released two solo albums: “Petals For Armor” (2020) and “Flowers For Vases / Descansos” (2021).
Last January, Paramore – currently made up of Williams, guitarist Taylor York and drummer Zac Farro – revealed that they were back in the studio to work on a full new record.
They confirmed that they had completed their first songwriting sessions in Nashville and had since moved to a studio in California to record.
At the time, Williams explained that she and York remembered some of their early influences before they began writing the album. But the trio said that didn’t necessarily mean they were going to release a “comeback ’emo’ record”.
“I’m still waiting for the moment that we know we’re onto something new and not just rehashing the same shit,” Williams added.