Texan trio Waterparks have officially set off on the US run of their headline Entertainment Tour. The tour is in support of their most recent album release, aptly named Entertainment, which came at the start of the year through Equal Vision Records. It’s set to be the last run the band do of the album before working on their next.
Dates run until December 1st, where it will cap off in the bands hometown of Houston, Texas. However this weekend, it makes it’s landing on the east coast in Hartford, Connecticut on November 11.
Waterparks will be joined by a few friends on this tour, starting with I Don’t Know How But They Found Me, a two-piece formed of Dallon Weekes (ex-Panic! At The Disco) and Ryan Seaman (ex-Falling In Reverse) who bring a similar sound to that of Waterparks. The band recently released a preview for their new music video for Do It All The Time which can be watched over on their YouTube. The music video is set for November 9 release.
Both bands will be joined by Nick Gray, a rapper from Boston – just two hours up from Hartford – an act that will surely stand out amongst the lineup and get the crowd hyped. It seems the lineup has been curated by the band’s own likes. Nick very recently released the EP Bittersweet and with it the music video for Fairweather which can be watched here.
Finally on the line-up is Super Whatevr, a project of Skyler McKee the lead singer. While he made his start in poetry, he now performs and writes music that can often come from a dark place. Despite the subject matter, it offers still a glimmer of hope that there is light at the end of the tunnel. There’s quite an indie sound to Super Whatevr that will surely be a hit with the fans. Having recently released a new music video as well, you can watch the zombie-themed visuals for Misquote over on YouTube.
Tickets for Waterparks Entertainment tour have been selling fast, with a lot of the dates selling out, however there are still some tickets available for Hartford and a few of the remaining dates. These can be purchased through the bands website.