By Marissa G. Muller
“It’s gonna be summer camp meets the apocalypse,” indie pop frontman Jack Antonoff said in a press statement, counting all of the reasons to go. “Charli and I have been spending a bunch of time together recently and I am as a result more excited for this tour than Halloween when I was 9.”
“Can’t wait to see you all out on the road, it’s gonna be weird and wild,” added Charli, echoing Antonoff’s thoughts.
The pair will start their tour next month in San Diego on July 21 before hitting a string of West Coast dates and moving out East from there. Instead of ending Aug. 12 in Columbus, Ohio, Charli and Bleachers will now be playing shows across the East Coast, picking back up in Boston on Sept. 14 and finishing Oct. 10 in Salt Lake City.