Silverstein announces ‘Misery Made Me’ 2023 North American tour

Acclaimed Canadian rock band Silverstein are thrilled to announce the Misery Made Me 2023 North American Tour. Known for their incredible, high-energy sets, Silverstein is ready to kick off what’s sure to be another stellar year for them with this not-to-be-missed headlining tour.

Beginning on Thursday, March 23rd in Ottawa, Ontario at Bronson, the band will be visiting over 25 cities across North America including stops in Pittsburgh, New Orleans, Las Vegas, San Diego, Cleveland, and more before wrapping up in Grand Rapids on Sunday, May 7th at The Intersection. Joining them on this run are special guests – Dayseeker, SeeYouSpaceCowboy, and One Step Closer.

“We’re incredibly excited to come back to the US and Canada, with some awesome bands, rocking out in some cities we don’t get a chance to play everyday!,” says the band. “We hand selected all the openers as they’re truly the best artists doing it in their respective genres right now. Make sure you come early and stay late! It’s an amazing lineup. Get ready to experience a set of new and old classics, with the best production we’ve ever had to compliment it. We are leaving it all on the stage this tour, with our most elaborate and intense performance ever.”

Silverstein released their latest studio album, ‘Misery Made Me,’ earlier this year via UNFD. Inspired by the past two years, ‘Misery Made Me’ is a depiction of Silverstein‘s– and world at large’s – collective turmoil, frustration, and anxiety. It’s a record that is a product of the moment in time in which it was created yet doesn’t feel like it will date itself anytime soon, as many of its topics of loneliness, anxiety, and isolation are eternal human struggles.

Tickets and VIP packages for the tour will go on sale this Friday, December 9th at 10 AM local time HERE.

March 30th – Bronson – Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
March 31st – Imperial Bell – Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
April 1st – Webster – Hartford, Connecticut, USA
April 2nd – Sherman Theater – Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, USA
April 4th – Mr Smalls – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
April 5th – The Queen – Wilmington, Delaware, USA
April 7th – The Norva – Norfolk, Virginia, USA
April 8th – House of Blues – Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA
April 9th – Ritz – Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
April 11th – Vinyl – Pensacola, Florida, USA
April 12th – Joy Theater – New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
April 14th – Mohawk – Austin, Texas, USA
April 15th – Diamond Ballroom – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
April 16th – Sunshine Theater – Albuquerque, New Mexico
April 18th – Rialto – Tucson, Arizona
April 19th – Brooklyn Bowl – Las Vegas, Nevada
April 21st – RMC – Riverside, California, USA
April 22nd – Observatory – San Diego, California, USA
April 23rd – The Regency – San Francisco, California, USA
April 25th – Alma – Tacoma, Washington, USA
April 26th – Commodore – Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
April 28th – Midway – Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
April 29th – Palace Theatre – Calgary, Alberta, Canada
April 30th – Coors Event Centre – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
May 2nd – Park Theatre – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
May 4th – The Rave – Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
May 5th – Bogarts – Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
May 6th – Agora – Cleveland, Ohio, USA
May 7th – The Intersection – Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA

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