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Glass Animals announce Dreamland North American Tour

Adding to an already incredible year, Glass Animals have announced their North American “Dreamland Tour.” The run kicks off August 30th in Lewiston, NY and takes the band across North America well into 2022. The shows add to their already sold out UK tour dates, previously announced Red Rocks shows, and confirmed festival performances at Bonnaroo, Life Is Beautiful, and Outside Lands.

Fans can purchase tickets on Thursday, May 6th at 10am local time at www.glassanimals.com. See full list of tour dates below.

In addition, last week the band was selected as 2021 Billboard Music Awards finalists for Top Rock Song “Heat Waves” and Top Rock Album DreamlandThis is the first time the band has been recognized by the BBMAs. The Billboard Music Awards LIVE will take place Sunday, May 23rd at 8pm EST/5pm PT on NBC.

Earlier this month, Glass Animals performed “Heat Waves” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where the band took over Margate’s Dreamland Theme Park and brought it back to life with an electrifying performance—watch HERE. In addition, they performed on The Ellen Degeneres Show, where they took over a skate rink and used fan submitted footage to fill the television screens behind their performance—watch HERE.

Heat Waves” is taken from Glass Animals’ critically acclaimed third album Dreamland released last summer and this week was certified Platinum in the US. Neary a year since its release, the song continues to grow globally across streaming platforms and on radio charts. Amassing over 450 million global streams to date, “Heat Waves” peaked at #1 on the Alternative Radio Chart for 3 consecutive weeks, a first for Glass Animals in their career. The track currently sits in the Top 20 on the Top 40 Radio Chart and is making similar moves at Hot AC and AAA. “Heat Waves” held the #1 spot on the ARIA Official Singles Chart in Australia for six consecutive weeks, marking the band’s first #1 single globally and in their release history. Last week, it hit a new peak on Spotify’s Global Top 50 Chart at #25. With over 2.5 million global adjusted single sales, the song has amassed 2 million daily streams and received 16 million views of the video on YouTube. Glass Animals recently hit a new Spotify monthly listener peak of 17.2 million, surpassing the likes of Tame Impala, Gorillaz, The 1975 and The Strokes.

Since its initial release last June, “Heat Waves” has experienced a global rise in support. Having originally resonated with Glass Animals fans, word quickly spread, and the track started getting healthy traction at radio globally. Next came a sync placement on FIFA, which opened up a whole new audience and helped the track begin to climb charts all over the world. “Heat Waves” most notably was then crowned number 1 on Triple J’s Hottest 100 – an accolade not given to a UK band since 2009 with previous winners including Kendrick Lamar and Billie Eilish. A third surge in attention came more recently with an organic Minecraft affiliation, whereby the YouTuber LoverFella (2.3M subscribers) rebuilt a Glass Animals fan’s base and surprised her with a meet and greet with the band who were waiting inside. Watch it HERE and the Extended BTS HERE. Dave Bayley recently sat down to chat about the track’s creation with Hrishikesh Hirway on the coveted Song Exploder Podcast. Listen to the interview HERE.

Glass Animals’ album Dreamland entered UK charts on its opening week at #2 (their highest ever scoring chart position, a massive 21 spots above their last album, Mercury Prize nominated How To Be A Human Being) and charted inside the top 10 in the US, Australia, New Zealand and Ireland. The album clocked up 160 million streams in its first week of release.

Glass Animals US “Dreamland” Tour
2021:
August 30th                Lewiston, NY             Artpark
August 31st                Brooklyn, NY             Prospect Park Bandshell
September 1st            Pittsburgh, PA           Stage AE
September 3rd            Manchester, TN         Bonnaroo
September 4th            Charlotte, NC             Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre
September 5th            Wilmington, NC         Riverfront Park Amphitheater
September 7th            St. Augustine, FL      St. Augustine Amphitheatre
September 8th            Atlanta, GA                Coca-Cola Roxy
September 9th            Birmingham, AL        Avondale Brewing Company
September 11th          Houston, TX              White Oak Music Hall
September 12th          Austin, TX                  Moody Amphitheater at Waterloo Park
September 13th          Irving, TX                   The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
September 15th          Phoenix, AZ               Arizona Federal Theatre
September 17th          Las Vegas, NV           Life is Beautiful Festival
September 18th          Los Angeles, CA       Hollywood Forever Cemetery
September 22nd         Kansas City, KS        Azura Amphitheater
September 24th          Columbus, OH           EXPRESS LIVE! – Outdoor Amphitheater
September 27th          Richmond, VA           Virginia Credit Union LIVE!
September 28th          Philadelphia, PA       Skyline Stage @ The Mann
September 29th          Boston, MA                Leader Bank Pavilion
October 1st                 Cleveland, OH           Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
October 2nd                Detroit, MI                  Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill
October 28th               Santa Barbara, CA    Santa Barbara Bowl
October 29th               San Francisco, CA    Outside Lands Festival

2022:
March 8th                    Portland, OR              Keller Auditorium
March 10th                  Vancouver, BC          Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre
March 11th                  Seattle, WA                WaMu Theater
March 13th                  Salt Lake City, UT     The Union
March 14th                  Denver, CO                The Mission Ballroom
March 16th                  Madison, WI               The Sylvee
March 17th                  Minneapolis, MN       The Armory
March 18th                  Chicago, IL                University of Illinois at Chicago – Credit Union 1 Arena
March 20th                  Milwaukee, WI           Riverside Theater
March 21st                  Indianapolis, IN         Murat Theatre
March 22nd                 Louisville, KY            The Louisville Palace Theater
March 23rd                  Saint Louis, MO        The Factory
March 28th                  Asheville, NC             Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
March 29th                  Washington, DC        The Anthem
April 1st                      Toronto, ON               TBD
April 3rd                      Montreal, QC             MTELUS
June 14th                    Morrison, CO             Red Rocks Amphitheater
June 15th                    Morrison, CO             Red Rocks Amphitheater