After honing their skills on a tour in which they supported “American Idol” finalist Chris Daughtry, the hard working members ofÂ alt-rock band Lifehouse are getting set to rock out on their own headlining tour across the United States this fall.
After a short jaunt throughout Europe, including stops in the United Kingdom and Germany, the band will kick off the American leg of the tour on October 9th in Frostburg, Maryland, on the campus of Frostburg State University. From there, they willÂ work their way across the country, gracing the stages of the Electric Factory in Philadelphia, and the WaMu Theatre in Seattle, just to name a few. The tour finally winds to a close at the Roseland Theatre in Portland, OR on November 24th.
Lifehouse’s outing is meant to showcase both fan favorites and new tunes from their fifth studio album “Smoke And Mirrors” which was released this past March to favorable reviews from both fans and critics.
With ticket prices ranging from $30 to $45 for most dates on the schedule, the band has chosen to focus on smaller clubs throughout the tour, giving their fans the chance to experience a high-energy evening of music at a reasonable price. And, since some shows have a “standing room only” policy, if you’re dedicated enough to ignore life’s responsibilities for a few hours and camp out in the queue along with the rest of the die-hards, you can give yourself a chance to score a spot right up front within inches of the band. With a bit of advance planning, you could find yourself close enough to see the sweat glistening upon their brows, and allow yourself a prime view of their expert musicianship.