Contrive To Head To USA In Monster Tour
Australia's own Contrive have huge news with the announcement of their massive 24 date USA tour opening for Polish progressive rock band Riverside. The Melbourne two piece, comprised of twin brothers Paul and Andrew Haug, will head to the United States in May for their first tour of the country.
Speaking on the upcoming tour, drummer Andrew says “Contrive hitting North America for the first time really is pardon the cliché a dream come true for us. Having the opportunity to play this many shows and on top of that share them with thy mighty & stellar band Riverside makes it all beyond exciting. We look forward to the shows immensely and gauging the reactions of the audiences abroad, & so say all of us Contrive Tap in to America!“
Contrive released their latest album, Slow Dissolve, in 2017. Tickets are on sale now for their USA tour at riversideband.pl/en/gigs.
TOUR DATES Friday, May 3: City Winery - Atlanta, Georgia Saturday, May 4: The Kelsey Theatre - Lake Park, Florida Sunday, May 5: Opera House - Sarasota, Florida Monday, May 6: Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro, North Carolina Tuesday, May 7: Baltimore Soundstage, Baltimore, Maryland Thursday, May 9: White Eagle Hall - Jersey City, New Jersey Friday, May 10: World Cafe Live - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Saturday, May 11: Warsaw - Brooklyn, New York Sunday, May 12: The Sinclair - Cambridge, Massachusetts Tuesday, May 14: Salle Sylvain Lelievre - Quebec City, Quebec Wednesday, May 15: Club Soda - Montreal, Quebec Friday, May 17: Mod Club Theatre - Toronto, Ontario Saturday, May 18: Magic Stick - Detroit, Michigan Sunday, May 19: Chop Shop - Chicago, Illinois Monday, May 20: Delmar Hall - St. Louis, Missouri Wednesday, May 22: Gas Monkey - Dallas, Texas Friday, May 24: Boulder Theater - Boulder, Colorado Saturday, May 25: Metro Music Hall - Salt Lake City, Utah Monday, May 27: Crescent Ballroom - Phoenix, Arizona Tuesday, May 28: The Glass House - Pomona, California Wednesday, May 29: Slim’s - San Francisco, California Friday, May 31: Hawthorne Theatre - Portland, Oregon Saturday, June 1: Rickshaw Theatre - Vancouver, British Columbia Sunday, June 2: Crocodile Cafe - Seattle, Washington