Fitz And The Tantrums Through November

It’s turning out to be a great summer for Fitz And The Tantrums.  While the Los Angeles-based band’s latest album continues to dominate the summer, the fall “Come Get Your Love Tour” is ready for your inspection.

Photo: John Davisson
Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, Empire Polo Field, Indio, Calif.

Fitz And The Tantrums’ new self-titled album arrived earlier this month.  The disc’s first single, “HandClap,” has been nominated for a Teen Choice Award for “Choice Rock Song.”  The track was also hailed by the Los Angeles Times as a contender for “2016’s Song Of The Summer.”

“HandClap” is receiving exposure via multiple avenues, including the advertising campaign for the Fiat 500X Crossover and in the trailer for the movie “Storks.”  The song’s official video was directed by Marc Klasfeld (Wiz Khalifa, Twenty One Pilots).

Currently on its summer “Get Right Back Tour,” Fritz And The Tantrums is booked for a June 22 “Good Morning America” performance.

Here’s the band’s schedule as it stands today.  New dates are bolded for your convenience:

June 21 – New York, N.Y., Terminal 5
June 23 – Clifton Park, N.Y., Upstate Concert Hall
June 24 – Rochester, N.Y., Various Venues (Rochester International Jazz Festival)
June 25 – Toronto, Ontario, The Danforth Music Hall
June 26 – Grand Rapids, Mich.,  Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park
June 28 – Bloomington, Ind., Bluebird Nightclub
June 29 – Milwaukee, Wis., Henry Maier Festival Park (Summerfest)
July 14 – Pittsburgh, Pa., Stage AE
July 15 – Columbus, Ohio, Various Venues (PromoWest Fest)
July 16 – Kansas City, Mo., Children’s Mercy Park (96.5 The Buzz Beach Ball)
July 17 – Birmingham, Ala., Sloss Furnaces Nat’l Hist. Landmark (Sloss Music & Arts Festival)
July 19 – New Orleans, La., The Civic Theatre
July 20 – Little Rock, Ark., Clear Channel Metroplex Event Center
July 21 – Fayetteville, Ark., George’s Majestic Lounge
July 22 – Tulsa, Okla., Cain’s Ballroom
July 23 – Dallas, Texas, House Of Blues
June 24 – Austin, Texas, Stubb’s Bar-B-Q
July 26 – Albuquerque, N.M., Sunshine Theater
July 27 – Tempe, Ariz., The Marquee
July 29 – Del Mar, Calif., Del Mar Racetrack
Aug. 18 – Sacramento, Calif., Ace Of Spades
Aug. 19 – Portland, Ore., Oregon Zoo Amphitheatre
Aug. 20 – Redmond, Wash., Marymoor Park
Aug. 22 – Jacksonville, Ore., Britt Pavilion (Britt Festivals)
Aug. 23 – Spokane, Wash., Knitting Factory Concert House
Aug. 24 – Vancouver, British Columbia, The Vogue Theatre
Aug. 26 – Edmonton, Alberta, Union Hall
Aug. 27 – Calgary, Alberta, MacEwan Hall
Aug. 28 – Missoula, Mont., Big Sky Brewing Company
Aug. 30 – Boise, Idaho, Knitting Factory Concert House
Aug. 31 – Jackson, Wyo.,   Pink Garter Theatre
Sept. 1 – Salt Lake City, Utah, Pioneer Park
Oct. 12 – Oakland, Calif., Fox Theater
Oct. 14 – Los Angeles, Calif., Greek Theatre
Nov. 3 – Saint Petersburg, Fla., Jannus Live
Nov. 4 – Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Revolution Live
Nov. 9 – Charlotte, N.C., Fillmore Charlotte
Nov. 11 – Wallingford, Conn., The Dome At Toyota Presents The Oakdale Theatre
Nov. 12 – Philadelphia, Pa., The Fillmore Philadelphia
Nov. 13 – Bethlehem, Pa., Sands Bethlehem Event Center
Nov. 15 – Boston, Mass., House Of Blues Boston
Nov. 16 – Huntington, N.Y., The Paramount
Nov. 18 – Niagara Falls, N.Y., Rapids Theatre
Nov. 19 – Detroit, Mich., The Fillmore Detroit
Nov. 22 – Minneapolis, Minn., The State Theatre 

Tickets for Los Angeles are already on sale.  Presale for all other new dates are going on now and general onsales start June 24.  Click here for more details.