Wildstreet have announced that their ‘Kings Of The World Tour’ will begin on July 10th at Brandy’s On Main in Irwin, PA. Joining them on select dates are Waterloo, IA punk rockers, The Rumours.
Wildstreet began part I of ‘Kings Of World The Tour’ in February at Knitting Factory, Brooklyn. They also released their latest single, “Born To Be” which was added to Spotify ‘Hard Rock’ editorial playlist upon it’s release. All of Wildstreet’s recent singles, “Tennessee Cocaine,” “Three Way Ride” and “Born To Be” have over 150k streams on Spotify. Their two recent music videos, “Tennessee Cocaine”, and “Three Way Ride” also have 150k on YouTube. With ‘Kings Of The World Tour’ plans postponed, the band has hosted live stream acoustic concerts weekly on Instagram and Facebook. These concerts reached over 5.4 million people worldwide, and had 300k+ video views, as well as thousands of Facebook page ‘likes.’ Now.. It’s time to Rock!
The release dates for the band’s next single and music video “Still Love You” will be announced soon.
Wildstreet began in 2006 and released their self-titled debut album on Retrospect Records in 2009. The band spent the next 4 years touring nonstop and performing at US festivals including: Rocklahoma (5 consecutive years), SXSW and M3 Rock Festival. Wildstreet rocked alongside Black Veil Brides, Vains of Jenna, The Bouncing Souls, The Last Vegas, Twisted Sister, Michael Monroe, Crashdiet, Diemonds, Kix, LA Guns and more. The band won the Best Buy/Ernie Ball Battle of the Bands for Rockstar Energy’s Uproar Festival, and opened for Avenged Sevenfold, Sevendust and Three Days Grace in Camden, NJ.
In 2011, the band released Wildstreet II..Faster..Louder! to widespread critical acclaim. They made an appearance on “The Jimmy Fallon Show” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mT2Wpp7NkK8) and their songs were licensed to TV shows on E!, MTV, VH1, Oxygen, TBS and in a THQ Video game. Later that year, the band released the official music video for “Poison Kiss,” which included a cameo by Don Jameson of That Metal Show. Wildstreet now had the attention of rock fans worldwide. In 2012, the band released the single “Easy Does It,” and it’s official music video. The video went viral on YouTube. (Wildstreet has well-over 4 million views and nearly 8,000 subscribers on that platform).
After taking a 2 1/2 year break off and dodging rumors of a band breakup, Wildstreet exploded back onto the NYC scene in 2016, headlining Gramercy Theatre with new lineup. In early 2017, the band rocked NYC with Faster Pussycat and The Biters and headed to Rocklahoma for the 6th time.
The band began work on their single “Raise Hell” after Rocklahoma. Released in December 2017, it ushered in a new period for the band. They headlined Irving Plaza for the single’s release party, and was handpicked by Dorothy to open for her New York City tour date at The Bowery Ballroom. In February 2018, the band released a lyric/concert video for “Raise Hell.” Wildstreet spent the remainder of 2018 in the studio recording Wildstreet III. They performed regional tour dates/festival dates. Highlights include: opening for Sebastian Bach and Escape The Fate. In March, the band sold out The Knitting Factory Brooklyn and then headed out on their first tour in Europe, playing 10 shows in Belgium, The Netherlands and Germany, including Sleaze Fest 2019 in Bochum, Germany. Upon returning to NYC, Wildstreet filmed the official music video for “Tennessee Cocaine.” In July, they headlined a sold out NYC show at Saint Vitus and headed out for a short West Coast tour which included stops at The Whisky-agogo and Great American Music Hall. The official music video and single for “Tennessee Cocaine” was released on all major digital and streaming platforms August 23rd. It has 160,000 Spotify streams and over 100,000 Youtube views. Their most recent release “Three Way Ride” has reached 100,000 streams, and 50,000 views on YouTube. They have confirmed festival dates at The Call of The Wild (UK), Sleaze N’ Hard IV (Colombia), Rockfest 2020 (US) and COQ festival (EU).
Wildstreet Tour Dates:
JUL 10 Brandy’s On Main, Irwin, PA
JUL 11 Frankie’s Inner City Toledo, OH
JUL 12 Irving Theatre, Indianapolis, IN
JUL 14 The Rock Dock, Keokuk, IA
JUL 16 The Back Bar, Janesville, WI w/ The Almas
JUL 17 The Gas Lamp, Des Moines, IA
JUL 18 The Phoenix Lounge, Harrisburg, SD w/ The Rumours
JUL 19 Duffy’s Tavern, Lincoln NE w/ The Rumours
JUL 21 The Booby Trap Bar Topeka, KS w/ The Rumours
JUL 22 The Elbow Room Wichita, KS w/ The Rumours
JUL 23 Oklahoma City Limits Oklahoma City, OK w/ The Rumours
JUL 24 The Deadhorse, San Angelo TX w/ The Rumours
JUL 25 Acadia Bar & Grill Houston TX w/ The Rumours
JUL 26 The Kraken Lounge Brownsville, TX w/ The Rumours
JUL 28 Come and Take it Live Austin TX w/ The Rumours
JUL 29 The Rail Club Fort Worth, TX w/ The Rumours
JUL 30 Pops Saloon Jackson MS w/ The Rumours
JULY 31 The Celtic Irish Pub, Pascagoula, MS w/ The Rumours
AUG 1 Shagnasty’s Huntsville, AL w/ The Rumours
AUG 2 Growlers Memphis, TN w/ The Rumours
AUG 4 Live Wire Lounge Chicago, IL
AUG 5 The Token Lounge Westland, MI
AUG 6 The Vortex, Akron, OH
AUG 7 The Rim Norton, WV