Bright Eyes have announced an extensive tour run including a Los Angeles concert date at the Greek Theatre scheduled for June 23. Additional Bright Eyes West Coast tour date include: June 20 at The Masonic in San Francisco, June 24 at Soma in San Diego, June 25 at The Van Buren in Phoenix, and many many more Bright Eyes tour dates across the U.S., Europe and UK.
Additionally, Bright Eyes will play three nights in Los Angeles as part of the highly anticipated When We Were Young Festival.
Bright Eyes Presale Tickets
Tickets to Bright Eyes at the Greek Theatre and all other tour dates will go on sale this this Friday, Feb. 4 at 10am. Tickets are priced from $29.50 – $100.
Bright Eyes are having an artists presale on Wednesday, Feb. 2 at 10am. Their previous fan presale code was BRIGHTEYES2022, but we recommend you sign up for their fan newsletter in case the presale password has changed. The fan presale code will be emailed before the presale.
There is a Goldenvoice and Greek Theatre venue presale on Thursday, Feb. 3 at 10am. Stay tuned for the presale passwords.
For the tour, Conor Oberst, Mike Mogis and Nathaniel Walcott are partnering with Plus1 so that $1 from every ticket sold will go to the Downtown Women’s Center in Los Angeles.
Bright Eyes are touring in support of an extensive reissue / re-recording project on Dead Oceans for 2022. Bright Eyes plans to re-issue all nine of their studio albums as a ‘Companion’ series with additional recordings created together at their ARC Studios in Omaha. The album reissue series will be partnered with the release of a Companion EP of five new recordings of songs contained on the original release plus a cover version from an artist they found particularly inspiring at the time of the original recording. This ambitious project will see the release of 54 new recordings over the coming year.
Today’s Bright Eyes tour announcement comes with the release of three new Companion series recordings: “Falling Out of Love At This Volume,” “Contrast And Compare” (feat. Waxahatchee) and “Haligh, Haligh, A Lie, Haligh” (feat. Phoebe Bridgers).