Hundred Waters Plot Canadian Stops on North American Tour

Hundred Waters Plot Canadian Stops on North American Tour
Indie pop Skrillex cohorts Hundred Waters are preparing to release their album The Moon Rang Like a Bell this month. In preparation, the Florida group have announced a unique album release festival followed by a North American summer tour.

The tour will run for more than a month from the second half of June through to the end of July. In that time, the band will begin in the U.S. South before heading north, playing Canadian shows in Montreal and Toronto before heading west and appearing in Vancouver.

As for the aforementioned album release festival, it will run from May 23 to 25 in Arcosanti, AZ, and will feature How to Dress Well, Majical Cloudz and other performers, in addition to activities like hiking, swimming and bronze bell casting. Everything is free although capacity is limited, so interested parties can sign up here.

The Moon Rang Like a Bell will be out on May 27 through OWSLA.

Tour dates:

05/23-25 Arcosanti, AZ - Album Release Festival

06/22 Dallas, TX - Club Dada

06/23 Austin, TX - Red 7

06/24 Houston, TX - Fitzgerald's

06/25 New Orleans, LA - One Eyed Jack's

06/26 Tallahassee, FL - The Side Bar Theatre

06/27 Gainesville, FL - High Dive

06/28 Orlando, FL - The Social

06/30 Athens, GA - Georgia Theatre

07/01 Atlanta, GA - The Earl

07/02 Chapel Hill, NC - Local 506

07/03 Washington, DC - DC9

07/05 Brooklyn, NY - Glasslands

07/06 Boston, MA - The Sinclair

07/08 Montreal, QC - Il Motore

07/09 Toronto, ON - Drake Underground

07/11 Cincinnati, OH - Bunbury Music Festival

07/12 Sterling Heights, MI - Mo Pop Festival

07/13 Columbus, OH - The Basement

07/15 St. Louis, MO - Luminary

07/16 Louisville, KY - Zanzabar

07/18 Chicago, IL - Pitchfork Music Festival

07/20 Chicago, IL - TBA

07/21 Minneapolis, MN - 7th Street Entry

07/24 Vancouver, BC - Media Club

07/25 Portland, OR - Mississippi Studios

07/26 Seattle, WA - Capitol Hill Block Party

07/29 San Francisco, CA - Independent

07/31 Los Angeles, CA - Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock