LOS ANGELES, CA – June 2, 2015 – BRIT and NME Award-winning UK duo Royal Blood have announced additional headlining U.S. dates to take place this fall. The dates are in addition to the previously announced SOLD OUT headlining dates, performances at Governor’s Ball, Sasquatch, Bonnaroo, Life Is Beautiful, ACL, and stadium dates with the Foo Fighters. For a complete itinerary, see below.


Newly Announced Headlining Dates (On-Sale Friday, 6/5 at 10:00 AM Local Time)


September 24 – The Observatory – Santa Ana, CA

September 25 – House of Blues – San Diego, CA

September 28 – The Marquee – Tempe, AZ

October 6 – Cain’s Ballroom – Tulsa, OK


Today Royal Blood unveiled a live video of them performing their song “Little Monster” in Tokyo. The video is premiering exclusively via ahead of the band’s appearance on the legendary Howard Stern Show. The band will appear on Stern’s exclusive SiriusXM channel Howard 100 on June 9th for an interview and performance of their song “Figure It Out”. The Howard Stern Show airs live 7:00 am -11:00 am ET and is available on SiriusXM On Demand for subscribers listening via the SiriusXM App for smartphones and other mobile devices or online at Visit for a free trial.

PHOTO: Eliot Lee Hazel
PHOTO: Eliot Lee Hazel

Fresh off winning two NME Awards for ‘Best Live Band’ and ‘Best New Band’ and a BRIT Award for ‘Best British Group’, Royal Blood have spent the year touring around the globe and winning over audiences in support of their self-titled debut album, which was released on August 25th by Warner Bros. Records and debuted at Number 1 on the UK Album Chart. Shortly after, the album was nominated for the UK’s prestigious Mercury Prize. The album has now sold over 700,000 copies globally and has produced a Top 10 success at Alternative Radio with “Figure It Out”. Current single “Little Monster” is following in its predecessor’s footsteps.



June 3 – Metro – Chicago, IL – SOLD OUT

June 4 – Newport Music Hall – Columbus, OH – SOLD OUT

June 7 – Governors Ball – New York, NY

June 10 – 9:30 Club – Washington, DC# – SOLD OUT

June 11 – Amos’ Southend – Charlotte, NC#

June 12 – Bonnaroo – Manchester, TN

June 13 – Center Stage – Atlanta, GA#  SOLD OUT

July 6 – Susquehanna Bank Center – Camden, NJ^

July 8 – Molson Canadian Amphitheatre – Toronto, ON^

July 9 – Molson Canadian Amphitheater – Toronto, ON^

July 11 – Quebec Summerfest – Quebec City, QC

July 12 – Higher Ground – South Burlington, VT

July 13 – Susquehanna Center – Camden, NJ^

July 15 – Citi Field – New York, NY^

July 16 – Citi Field – New York, NY^

July 17 – Upstate Concert Hall – Clifton Park, NY

July 19 – Fenway Park – Boston, MA^

August 9 – Squamish Festival – Squamish, BC

August 12 – Rexall Place – Edmonton, AB^

August 13 – Scotiabank Saddledome – Calgary, AB^

August 16 – Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater – Denver, CO^

August 17 – Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater – Denver, CO^

August 19 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheater – Maryland Heights, MO^

August 21 – Sprint Center – Kansas City, MO^

August 22 – Xcel Energy Center – St. Paul, MN^

August 24 – DTE Energy Center – Detroit, MI^

August 25 – First Niagra Pavilion – Pittsburgh, PA ^

September 24 – The Observatory – Santa Ana, CA

September 25 – House of Blues – San Diego, CA

September 28 – The Marquee – Tempe, AZ

September 25- 27 – Life Is Beautiful Festival – Las Vegas, NV

October 6 – Cain’s Ballroom – Tulsa, OK

October 9 – 11 – ACL Music Festival – Austin, TX

^ Supporting Foo Fighters

# Supported by Mini Mansions

Royal Blood is 24 year-old vocalist/bassist Mike Kerr and 27 year-old drummer Ben Thatcher. The duo’s sound is a result of a lineage that stretches from present day heroes Queens of the Stone Age to the influential Led Zeppelin, and all the way back to early blues pioneers… yet this huge wall of sound emerges from just two men and two instruments. The band’s ferocious approach to the drums and bass have led them to be hailed as one of the most exciting forces in live music. Entertainment Weekly praised the band’s “muscle-car riffs and bluesy snarls”, while Rolling Stone proclaimed “the band is surely well on its way to becoming a household name.” Pitchfork noted the band’s “crushing, contorted groove” and “telepathic sense of connectivity”. USA Today declared them “the biggest breakouts in rock this year.”





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