Aqeuous and BIG Something will not rest for too long after the holiday break in a few weeks. The two rock bands announced on Tuesday that they will both be heading back out on the road early next year with 20 co-headlining winter tour dates scheduled to begin on February 7th at The Bluebird in Bloomington, Indiana.
After beginning in Bloomington, the Aqueous/BIG Something 2019 winter tour will make a pair of stops in Missouri (2/8, 2/9). The tour will then head west as both acts continue to branch out from their familiar east coast headquarters with scheduled performances at Ullrs Tavern in Winter Park, CO (2/15); Cervantes’ Masterpiece in Denver, CO (2/17); Wow Hall in Eugene, OR (2/20); Star Theater in Portland, OR (2/21); Nectar Lounge in Seattle, WA (2/22); Harlow’s in Sacramento, CA (2/26); Bootleg Theater in Los Angeles, CA (2/28); and Winstons Beach Club in sunny San Diego, CA (3/1). Following three shows across Texas in Austin, Dallas, and Houston (3/6, 3/7, and 3/8, respectively), the tour will wrap with a performance at Parish at House of Blues in New Orleans on March 9th.
The tour’s announcement on Tuesday arrives with Aqueous still looking at seven more dates left on their 2018 winter tour, which has welcomed support from openers including Mungion and lespecial since beginning back on October 24th. The inclusion of so many Colorado shows on the 2019 tour schedule actss as a nice surprise for fans out west, considering Aqueous just completed four shows in the state last week. Fans can tune into the pro-shot video of Aqueous’ headlining performance at The Fox Theatre in Boulder, Colorado from this past weekend for an idea of what to expect come February.
BIG Something also has a few more dates left on their 2018 schedule, with four shows in Boston, Pittsburgh, Washington, and Raleigh scheduled for later this month. The band released their fifth full-length studio album earlier this year back on April 20th with The Otherside.
Neither band revealed when tickets for the newly announced shows would be going on sale, but fans should assume they will become available later this week or early next.