The Chainsmokers are embarking on a massive 42-date arena tour this fall
For those who remember when The Chainsmokers were a charismatic know-nothing duo playing small 50-person capacity clubs, this is not the tour for you. Everyone has a selling point. In the case of Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart, that price was a Grammy, two AMAs, $45 million dollar net worth last year, and a “bad boy” brand that is melting hearts and rolling eyes around the world.
The frat boys-turned-pop boy band have recently announced a new North American fall tour, with opening support from recent collaborators 5 Seconds of Summer and Lennon Stella. Their 42-date WORLD WAR JOY tour will be kicking off Wednesday, September 25, in Cincinnati, Ohio, and ending Thursday, December 26, in Vancouver.
Pre-sale tickets will begin Thursday, February 14. The pre-sale ticket link is available here. Once fans have successfully signed up, they’ll “receive a text and email with the pre-sale code 10 minutes before pre-sale starts.” The tour will no doubt feature some of the most spectacular live stage production around.
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