Wallows at Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island

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Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island | Chicago, Illinois


Chicago, Illinois! Are you ready to host one of the most anticipated concerts this 2024?!

WALLOWS is making a stop at Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island on Monday, September 2, 2024!

The multi-awarded trio is gearing up for their biggest tour to date! They are embarking on their 2024 world tour in support of their upcoming album - Model!. “We can’t wait to get back on the road and play our biggest and best shows yet,” the band shared. “We’ll see you soon.⁣”

Get ready to witness history as this band takes on 38 cities! Fans all over are going crazy with all the latest news coming from this trio!

Apart from this, let’s give you another reason why you should buy your tickets now: BENEE is performing as the show’s opening act!

So go on and get your tickets already before they’re sold out! Click the GET TICKETS button here.

As the multi-platinum group Wallows announces their world tour in support of their new album Model, the alt-rock scene is gearing up. Benee will be the special guests on the tour for all dates in North America.

The "Model Tour" is set to begin on August 6 at Alaska Airlines' Theater of the Clouds in Portland. The band will next play in a number of locations including Vancouver, Seattle, Las Vegas, Austin, Chicago, Morrison, and San Francisco before concluding their North American tour on September 12 at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles.

After that, The Wallows are scheduled to travel abroad and play in cities like Amsterdam, Paris, Edinburgh, and London.

The news of this tour follows Wallows's successful return with their most recent single, "Your Apartment," which debuted on streaming services with the greatest amount of praise. On March 21, the group released "Calling After Me," their second song.

Wallows revealed the news of a global tour along with a short film featuring all three members and Benee.

The band’s Dylan Minnette says “At first, the film was something Live Nation [who is producing the tour] tasked us with. We had creative freedom and so we just wanted to see how far we could take it… and I think it’s fair to say it’s beyond what Live Nation was expecting. But at the end of the day, it is promotion for the tour. That’s what it is but we took it and made it this ironic, sort of meta thing.”

The film, which was directed by Nina Ljeti and was recorded in Los Angeles' Kia Forum, is made up of a few puzzle pieces that devoted Wallows fans will have to figure out.

The movie opens with Minette talking about his debut concert at the Kia Forum, much like a regular promo trailer. However, things immediately take a dark turn as the audience follows three different storylines for each bandmate.

The group eventually reunites, propelled by an enigmatic shimmering tent that Preston describes as a symbolizing "what's coming next for the Wallows, the future — which is unknown as of right now." It's kind of like the trio walking through the setup of their last tour and arriving at what's next: a mystery.

Wallows at Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island

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