Dirty Heads Announce Island Glow Summer Tour with Lupe Fiasco, Yelawolf, G. Love & Special Sauce and More

Dirty Heads have announced their Island Glow Summer tour featuring support from Lupe Fiasco, Yelawolf, G. Love & Special Sauce, Tropidelic and Bikini Trill. The band will kick off the tour June 13 with stops across the country through the end of Summer. The first half of the Island Glow tour will feature Yelawolf as direct support and Lupe Fiasco set to join as direct support in July. The artist pre-sale is happening now, Spotify pre-sale starts March 7 at 10AM local time, local pre-sales start March 8 at 10AM local time, and tickets will be available to the general public on March 9. For more information please visit www.dirtyheads.com. Dirty Heads recently released their new single “Rescue Me,” an ode to California and flip of a Red Hot Chili Peppers hook with a breezy vibe and lyrics that encapsulate the undeniable impact that the Golden State has had on the band. The music video, directed by Jay Teegardin and Dirty Heads vocalist Jared Watson, reflects the tone of “Rescue Me” featuring surf, sand and images that evoke the spirit of California. The band’s forthcoming 4-track EP, Midnight Control Sessions: Night 2, featuring unreleased songs, remixes and special guests is due out April 14. The collection of EP’s dropping in 2023 will feature songs written and recorded during the Dirty Heads’ Midnight Control era. Fans can stream “Rescue Me” https://dirtyheads.ffm.to/rescueme. In 2022 Dirty Heads released their highly anticipated 8th studio album Midnight Control via Better Noise Music. The album featured 10 all-new songs, including their take on Joe Walsh’s 1978 hit “Life’s Been Good”, “Heavy Water” feat. Common Kings and “Island Glow.” Midnight Control debuted in the Top 10 on Billboard’s Alternative Albums chart, Digital Albums chart, Rock Albums chart and the Independent Albums chart. Midnight Control reaffirms the band’s stand-out track record with all eight of their albums having appeared in the Top 10 of Billboard’s Top Independent Albums Charts & Billboard’s Top Alternative Albums Charts. Fans can stream Midnight Control here. Dirty Heads are currently out streaming some of the biggest alternative acts in the U.S., with over 2 BILLION total streams on-demand + programmed. Worldwide, the band has over 1.29 MILLION digital track sales and 2.6 BILLION on-demand streams since 2018. The bands 8th studio album Midnight Control racked up over 40 million streams since its release in 2022 and continues to average over 4 million streams per month. Dirty Heads’ take on Joe Walsh’s “Life’s Been Good” has been streamed over 17 million times since its release in 2022 and climbed to the top 5 on the Mediabase Alternative chart. Statistics via U.S. and Global Music Connect.


June 13 – Kettlehouse Amphitheater – Bonner, MT^+º

June 14 – Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater – Nampa, ID^+º

June 16 – Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater – Greenwood Village, CO (not Island Glow tour)

June 17 – Granary Live – Salt Lake City, UT^+º

June 21 – Concrete Street Pavillion – Corpus Christi, TX^+º

June 22 – 713 Music Hall – Houston, TX^+º

June 23 – Whitewater On The Shore – New Braunfels, TX^+º

June 24 – Pavilion @ Toyota Music Factory – Dallas, TX^+º

June 26 – Maplewood, MN+º

June 27 – Grinders – Kansas City, MO^+º

June 29 – Las Colonias Amphitheater – Grand Junction, CO^+º

June 30 – Red Rocks Amphitheater – Morrison, CO (not Island Glow tour)

July 1 – Liberty First Credit Union Arena – Ralson, NE^+º

July 2 – Wave (Outdoors) – Wichita, KS+º

July 7 – Radius – Chicago, IL*+º

July 8 – Riverfront Live – Cincinnati, OH*+º

July 9 – KEMBA Live – Columbus, OH*+º

July 10 – Jacobs Pavilion – Cleveland, OH*+º

July 13 – Buffalo Riverworks – Buffalo, NY*+º

July 14 – MGM Music Hall – Boston, MA*+º

July 15 – Healthcare Amphitheater – Hartford, CT*+º

July 16 – Wind Creek Event Center – Bethlehem, PA*+º

July 20 – Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom – Hampton Beach, NH*+

July 21 – Great South Bay Music Festival – Patchogue, NY

July 22 – Ocean Casino Resort – Atlantic City, NJ*+

July 23 – Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA*+

July 27 – Red Hat Amphitheatre – Raleigh, NC*+~

July 28 – Baltimore Peninsula – Baltimore, MD *+~

July 29 – After House @ The Meadow Event Park – Doswell, VA*#~

July 30 – Firefly Distillery – Charleston, SC *#~

August 2 – Rabbit Rabbit – Asheville, NC *~

August 3 – Metro Credit Union – Charlotte, NC *~

August 4 – Coca Cola Roxy – Atlanta, GA *#~

August 6 – Roanoke Island Festival Park – Outer Banks, NC *~