Northeast-based quartet Dopapod outlined an extensive set of shows for their upcoming Spring Tour. The newly confirmed dates include a multi-night stand each weekend in April.
On March 31 the group plays the first of the shows at The Bluebird Theater in Denver. Other multiple show stops include two nights at Park Street Saloon in Columbus, Ohio, two nights at New Mountain in Asheville, North Carolina, a pair of gigs at Theatre Of Living Arts in Philadelphia and the tour closing three-night residency The Sinclair in their original hometown of Boston. Joining Dopapod at various stops during the Spring Tour is an impressive lineup acts sharing a bill including Consider the Source, Aqueous, Kung Fu, Turkuaz, Turbo Suit, Moon Hooch, The Fritz, Hayley Jane & The Primates, The Jauntee and Strange Machines.
“I get so excited every time I look down the list of dates on this Spring Tour,” said guitarist Rob Compa in a statement. “We’re lucky to get to see so many different cities along our travels and each one leaves its mark on us. With the time off at the beginning of the year, we figure let’s post up in some of those cities that we actually have personal ties to, really dig our heels in, and let loose. We’ll be settled in these spots for entire weekends which, for those that are either in or making the trip out to these areas, will make for shows where we’ll really get to be in our element and going for it onstage.”
Dopapod also revealed their break from the road over the coming months will be spent writing new music. The full set of confirmed Spring Tour dates – the only shows the band will play until “Summer festival season” – can be seen below.
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