JIMMY EAT WORLD TOUR 2021
Jimmy Eat World Tour 2021 : Coming up later this year, Jimmy Eat World will be hitting the road again to support their next album ‘Surviving’. The 15-city jaunt kicks off takes place in November hitting markets like Wichita, Lincoln, Grand Rapids, Harrisburg, Poughkeepsie, Richmond and Athens. Joining the tour in support will be special guest Pronoun. The band recently wrapped up their Summer Gods Tourearlier this year with Third Eye Blind and special guests Ra Ra Riot.
UPDATE: Tour dates have been extended into 2020 with a new Canadian run visiting cities like Montreal, Ottawa, London, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver. Joining the new shows wil be special guests JJ Wilde and White Reaper.
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Jimmy Eat World released their 10th studio album ‘Surviving’ on October 18th, 2019 via RCA Records. The new album follows up 2016’s ‘Integrity Blues’ which reached #17 on the Billboard 200 and includes the singles ‘Get Right’ and ‘Sure and Certain’. Back in 2018, they launched their Integrity Blues Tour across America with support from The Hotelier and Microwave. The band still consists of longtime members Jim Adkins, Zach Lind, Tom Linton and Rick Burch.
About Jimmy Eat World Tour Albums
Jimmy Eat World arrived on the Alternative scene with the appearance of the album ‘One, Two, Three, Four’ published on November 30, 1993. The song ‘Look at You’ immediately became a hit and made Jimmy Eat World one of the fastest growing acts at that time. Since then, Jimmy Eat World came out with the hugely famous album ‘Bleed American’ which contains some of the most beloved tracks from the Jimmy Eat World collection. ‘Bleed American’ hosts the single ‘Bleed American’ which has proven to be the most requested for followers to experience during the gigs. Apart from ‘Bleed American’, many of other tracks from ‘Bleed American’ have also become well-known as a result. A handful of Jimmy Eat World’s most popular tour albums and songs are seen below. After 23 years since releasing ‘One, Two, Three, Four’ and making a major impact in the business, followers still head to hear Jimmy Eat World on stage to perform favorites from the entire catalog.