MOD SUN announces 2023 'God Save The Teen' tour dates

Set to kick off in February 2023 with guests Stand Atlantic + Tom The Mail Man
MOD SUN Photo credit Timothy Norris/Getty Images
By , Audacy

MOD SUN has announced a new set of 2023 ‘God Save The Teen’ tour dates, set to kick off in February of next year, featuring special guests Stand Atlantic and Tom The Mail Man as support.

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Along with a forthcoming album of the same name dropping next year, MOD SUN shared news of the upcoming trek on social media today, (11/17), saying these will be his biggest headlining shows yet -- "and that's both exhilarating and a big responsibility to me.” He adds, "I'm going to always focus on the sound and performance of any show I play, but this time I really want to focus on the experience as well. I'll have a new album out and will be performing a lot of those songs which were made with the intention to be performed, but also going to go through the different stages of MOD SUN as well."

He continues, "It's a new age and I want to offer something that feels deeper than just music. The stage setup, the flow of the set and of course the other acts on the road with me. Who knows how long I'll get to do this, so I treat every show like my last.”

Set to join MOD SUN on the road are Australian rockers Stand Atlantic, as well as Tom The Mail Man on all dates. Tickets and VIP packages are available now.

“I have my favorite artists opening the show,” MOD SUN adds. “Stand Atlantic is one of the best live bands in music right now and Tom The Mail Man is one of the most exciting sonic artists doing it today. Both of them are changing culture in their own way and I can't wait to introduce them to my supporters.”


2/19 | Sacramento, California | Goldfield Trading Post
2/21 | Portland, Oregon | Wonder Ballroom
2/22 | Seattle, Washington | Neumos
2/24 | Vancouver, British Columbia | Commodore
2/26 | Calgary, Alberta | Palace Theatre
3/1 | Denver, Colorado | Summit Music Hall
3/3 | Lawrence, Kansas | Granada Theatre
3/4 | Minneapolis, Minnesota | First Avenue
3/5 | Chicago, Illinois | Bottom Lounge
3/7 | Detroit, Michigan |  St. Andrews Hall
3/9 | Cleveland, Ohio | The Agora
3/10 | Toronto, Ontario | Phoenix Theatre
3/11 | Montreal, Quebec | Corona Theatre
3/14 | Boston, Massachusetts | Paradise Rock Club
3/15 | New York, New York | Irving Plaza
3/17 | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | Brooklyn Bowl
3/19 | Silver Spring, Maryland | The Fillmore
3/21 | Atlanta, Georgia | The Masquerade
3/22 | Nashville, Tennessee | Eastside Bowl
3/24 | Orlando, Florida | Plaza Live
3/26 | Ft. Lauderdale, Florida | Culture Room
3/28 | Dallas, Texas | South Side Music Hall
3/29 | Houston, Texas | Rise Rooftop
3/31 | Phoenix, Arizona | Nile Theatre
4/2 | Los Angeles, CA| The Fonda

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