The O.A.R. Extended Stay Tour
O.A.R. will take a break from amphitheaters and arenas for a series of multi-night runs in three East Coast cities this winter. The “O.A.R. Extended Stay” run will take the jam-pop group to Washington, DC’s 9:30 Club (2/28-29), New York’s Bowery Ballroom (3/6-10) and Philadelphia, PA’s Theatre of Living Arts (3/15-16). In addition to songs from their 2011 release King, the group promises deep cuts and bust outs.
O.A.R.—who formed just outside Washington DC—recorded their first live album at 9:30 Club. The group also played several notable early shows at the TLA, but have not performed at the club since 2001. These will be O.A.R.’s first shows at Bowery Ballroom (the band’s previous NYC headlining date was at Madison Square Garden).
“We’ve had the privilege of touring the U.S. for several years and one thing we always wanted to do was stay put for a few days and enjoy some of our favorite cities,” said lead singer Marc Roberge said in a statement. “We’re playing some of our favorite venues and for the first time performing at the Bowery Ballroom, which has always been on our wish list. We’re excited to dig in and play through the catalogue.”
Fan pre-sale tickets will go on sale at 12:00pm EST tomorrow, December 13