They Might Be Giants Announce ‘Fun’ Tour

They Might Be Giants will stomp across America this spring for a tour is support of the its upcoming album, I Like Fun.

They Might Be Giants
Greg Allen
– They Might Be Giants
During the HFStival at Baltimore

The new album releases Jan. 19, two days after the tour begins. The 15-track record was co-produced by Patrick Dillet, who has worked with artists such as St. Vincent and Mary J. Blige, and was recorded at the new Reservoir Studios.  

The tour begins Jan. 17 with a show in Uncasville, Conn. The routing will bring the band to 50 cities, including Atlanta, Nashville, Dallas, Los Angeles and Seattle before its conclusion at Philadelphia’s Theatre of Living Arts April 28.

They Might Be Giants is also bringing back its Dial-A-Song Service toll free at 844.387.6962

They Might be Giants sold out their latest show Aug. 11 at Daryl’s House in Pawling, N.Y. On average, the band sells 966 tickets per show and gross more than $20,000, according to Pollstar’s box office.

Pay a visit to the band’s Pollstar artist page to see the full routing.