New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
New Jersey indie-rockers, The Vaughns, have announced they will be hitting the road this spring for a run of shows, officially kicking off April 26 in Brooklyn, NY, and wrapping up May 23 back in New York City. Fans will have a chance to hear singles including "Santa Cruz," "Bring Your Kids To Work Day," "Coffee Sundae," and more. For a full list of dates, please see below or visit https://www.thevaughns.com/tour.
The band shares, " We've got a new van (named Neil) and are excited to be back on the road promoting new music. We've never been out west so we are looking forward to experiencing something new!"
When introduced by mutual friends in 2014, David
Cacciatore, Anna Lies, Ryan Kenter, and Tom Losito embarked on what would become a friendship, a family, and The Vaughns. Their 2015 EP, tomfoolery, was nominated for 3 Asbury Park Music
Awards and featured on MTV Web series: The Brothers Green. Since 2016, NJ.com has consecutively listed them as an "NJ Band You Need To Hear," noting that their "dynamic and addictively fun sound is too good to leave out." With the 2017-2018 release of singles including "Santa Cruz" and "Coffee Sundae" the band received national attention from publications, such as Consequence of Sound, New Noise Magazine, and Atwood Magazine, and have since opened for artists like Japanese Breakfast, Tor Miller, Laura
Carter, and Bad Bad Hats.
For tickets and more information, please visit https://www.thevaughns.com/tour.
Mar 22 - Philadelphia, PA @ Ortlieb's
Apr 26 - Brooklyn, NY @ Gold Sounds
Apr 27 - Nyack NY @ Olives
Apr 28 - Oakdale, NY @ Shakers Pub
Apr 29 - Rochester, NY @ The Vineyard Community Space
Apr 30 - Columbus, OH @Donato's Basement
May 01 - Toledo, OH @ Holland Haus
May 02 - Chicago, IL @ Cobra Lounge
May 03 - Indianapolis, IN @ Irving Theater
May 04 - Nashville, TN @ The Beehive
May 10 - Newark, DE @ TBD
May 11 - Baltimore, MD @ SoFar Sounds
May 17 - Asbury Park, NJ @ Asbury Park Brewery
May 18 - Burlington, VT @ Radio
May 23 - New York, NY @ Arlene's Grocery