Paramore Tour News and Updates
2/12/15 - Haley Williams and the other members of Paramore may not have been in attendance at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards ceremony, but that didn’t keep them from taking home their first ever trophy on music’s biggest night. They won in the Best Rock Song category for “Ain’t it Fun,” making Williams the first female to earn the award since 1999. The tune stems from their self-titled album which was released in April 2013. They will undoubtedly continue the celebration with their fans as they tour the US this spring. Copeland, an American indie-rock band, will open for the group. Tickets are on sale now, but since these shows are scheduled in smaller, more intimate venues, will likely sell out quickly. Catch them in NYC on May 6 at the Beacon Theatre for $90.
2/6/15 - Paramore may have gotten their start as a group of young kids from Tennessee, but they have grown to become one of the best-selling rock bands out there. Their 2013 album, Paramore, not only reached the number-one spot here in the U.S., but also in countries across the globe. They are touring one more time in support of the work, calling each night “a little event” of its own. They will be in 17 cities total, and the venues are smaller than the big arenas where they have played previously. The band stated this was done in order to give fans a chance to have a more intimate, close-up experience. The first performance will be held at the Bell Auditorium in Augusta, Georgia on April 27, 2015. Tickets start at $68.
1/15/14 - Are you ready for one of 2014’s biggest tours? This summer Paramore is teaming up with Fall Out Boy for the aptly named Monumentour! If you ever wanted to see Hayley Williams’ fiery red hair in person, now is your chance. Up and coming band New Politics will be along for the ride and opening up for the coheadliners. Both Paramore and FOB released No.1 comeback albums last year with the same kind of high-adrenaline sound that first launched the groups into popularity. The first date is June 19 at Hartford and will snake through 30-plus cities before ending in Concord on Aug 17. This is a dream-team tour for pop-punk lovers so tickets are bound to fly fast—get yours now!
7/25/13 - In April, Paramore released their self-titled fourth studio album that includes hit singles “Now” and “Still into You”. The band is slated to perform the latter single for the first time live at the Teen Choice Awards in August. If you personally want to see Paramore’s second single live instead of just watching Paramore’s YouTube channel on replay, you’re in luck. Three months after their self-titled album was released, Paramore announced a Tour to be titled the "Self-Titled Tour”. The Paramore tour will celebrate their most recent album that reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200 list.
Indie pop band Hellogoodbye will open all Paramore’s North American tour dates with Canadian band Metric as Paramore’s main supporting act. Both group’s will tour in support of their recent studio albums ‘Did it Kill You?’ and ‘Synthetica’.
The Self-Titled Tour will begin October 15 at Key Arena and finish November 27 at The Arena At Gwinnett Center. Paramore’s Seattle show is the cheapest of the 26 headlining concerts. The big arena tour is different than Paramore’s past club and theatre shows, but a welcoming challenge for the American rock band from Tennessee. Current members Hayley Williams, Jeremy Davis, and Taylor York will play York’s hometown of Nashville in their second to last concert of the tour at Bridgestone Arena. Other large venues include Madison Square Garden - the most expensive concert of the tour (avg. $205), the Honda Center in Southern California (avg. $130), and DCU Center in Massachusetts (avg. $157). The average Paramore tickets to their Self-Titled Tour costs $132.