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Bad Things To Tour Europe With Thirty Seconds to Mars
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 Monday, June 16, 2014

Bad Things, consisting of front man/lead singer Davis LeDuke, bass player Jared Palomar, guitarist Anthony Sanudo, drummer Lena Zawaideh and lead guitarist Shaun White, have announced plans to embark on their first ever European tour opening for multi-platinum selling arena act, Thirty Seconds to Mars.  The first tour stop with Bad Things will hit Bucharest, Romania on July 5th and continue through July with stops in Russia and France.

Bad Things’ self-titled debut album has received rave reviews since its January 21st release on Warner Brothers Records.  Rolling Stone recently hailed the album’s first single “Anybody,” as a “chugging rock anthem heavy with choirboy backing harmonies.”  The band has shown no signs of slowing down this summer as they prep for a slew of US summer dates which include a performance at the Firefly Music Festival in Dover, DE on June 21st and a tour with electronic rock duo Phantogram beginning June 25th in Charlotte, NC.

“We are really excited to have the band stay on the road and can’t wait to head over to Europe,” said Shaun White.  “We’re huge fans of Thirty Seconds To Mars and Phantogram.”

Bad Things European Tour Dates with Thirty Seconds To Mars:  
Date:                     Location:                                             Venue:
05-Jul                    Bucharest, Romania                        Romexpo
09-Jul                    Yaroslavl, Russia                               Arena-2000
11-Jul                    Kazan, Russia                                     Tatneft Arena
13-Jul                    Ekaterinburg, Russia                       KRK Uralets
15-Jul                    Tallinn, Estonia                                  Saku Arena
17-Jul                    Viennes, France                               Theatre Antique
Bad Things US Tour Dates:
Date:                     Location:                                             Venue:
21-Jun                   Dover, DE                                            Firefly Music Festival
*25-Jun                Charlotte, NC                                     The Fillmore
*26-Jun                Charleston, SC                                   Music Farm
*27-Jun                Orlando, FL                                         The Beacham
*28-Jun                Miami, FL                                             Grand Central
*29-Jun                Tampa, FL                                            The Ritz Ybor
*01-Jul                  Birmingham, AL                                Workplay
*02-Jul                  Nashville, TN                                      Marathon Music Works

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