Built To Spill Maps Out Massive 2023 Spring Tour In The US
Guitarist Doug Martsch will once again welcome the rhythm section of drummer Teresa Esguerra and bassist Melanie Radford.
By Nate Todd Dec 7, 2022 • 9:59 am PST
Built to Spill confirmed an extensive slate of U.S. tour dates set for Spring 2023. The alt-rock trio led by guitarist and singer-songwriter Doug Martsch will also include previous collaborators drummer Teresa Esguerra and bassist Melanie Radford.
The tour around BtS’ 2022 album When The Wind Forgets Your Name kicks off in the band’s native Bosie, Idaho at the Treefort Festival, which spans March 23 – 26. The trio will then focus on the West Coast including a two-night stand in Berkeley, California to close out March and a concert in Ventura, California near Los Angeles on April 1 among other engagements.
BtS then begins a Southwest swing with stops in Phoneix, Tucson and Albuquerque before making a three-night run through Texas markets. On April 10 the band heads to New Orleans followed by a Southeastern stint including shows in Nashville, Atlanta, Charlotte, Asheville and more.
Following concerts in Columbus, Ohio and Lititz, Pennsylvania, BtS heads to Washington D.C. on April 20. The band then hits New York City for a three-night run at Brooklyn Made ahead of a two-night engagement in Boston. Shows in New Haven, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh follow.
BtS launches a run through the Midwest on April 30 in Cleveland. Additional Midwest stops include Chicago, Minneapolis, Omaha and Kansas City among others. Colorado concerts in Boulder, Fort Collins and Grand Junction come next. After a show in Salt Lake City on May 12, Built To Spill wraps up their 2023 spring tour back in Bosie on May 13.
Most BtS 2023 spring tour tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, December 9 at 10 a.m. local venue time. Purchase Built To Spill tickets via Ticketmaster or click below for more ticketing options.
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