Glass Animals Playing A Sold Out Armory on 3/17


Glass Animals has sold out the Armory for their show on Thursday, March 17th!

Glass Animals started their tour in New York last August and will finally be making a stop in Minneapolis to celebrate the release of their new album ‘Dreamland’!

At the beginning of the third album from London band Glass Animals, frontman Dave Bayley asks himself a series of questions about fundamental issues: identity, memory, love, friendship, the person you have been and the person you want to be. How do you answer so many questions that cut to the heart of who you are? Well, Bayley sings in the very last line, “You go make an album and call it Dreamland.”

Recorded in London in 2019, Dreamland was produced by Bayley and mixed by David Wrench, Manny Maroquin, and MixedbyAli, with invaluable advice from executive producer Paul Epworth. Glass Animals’ most enthralling album to date, it’s a pop record of rare scope, vision, and emotional depth. So the discomfort of autobiographical songwriting was worth it, then?

As if catching Glass Animals wasn’t enough for you, the one and only Sad Night Dynamite will be kicking things off for this tour! Here’s what we know about Sad Night Dynamite. They make dark, deranged electronic pop songs about demonic sailors and talking birds: a musical dream-world teetering on the brink of nightmarishness. They are, also, a duo – first glimpsed brawling in the back of a stretch limo as it works its way through the Czech countryside, in the surreal, funereal short film that accompanied their experimental debut EP, SND 001. It’s an immersive entry-point to the Sad Night Dynamite universe, and the charged, brother-like childhood friendship between Archie and Josh underpinning it all. What matters, these young producers/vocalists insist, isn’t whether everything makes sense right away; but that in a world turned upside down, the fact that there is still a wonderland to get lost in. “We love artists who build something bigger than themselves: worlds to explore and be lived in,” says Josh. The result is a sound as explosive and evocative as the Sad Night Dynamite name implies, marking the arrival of the UK’s most exciting new band.

As mentioned, this show is completely SOLD OUT! So I truly hope you jumped on those tickets and don’t have to miss this amazing show!


Remaining Tour Dates:

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