RDGLDGRN Announce First National Headlining Tour

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DC indie go-go trio RDGLDGRN announced the dates for their first national headlining tour today!

Dubbed the Three of Clubs Tour, this 30-date run will start November 5th at the House of Blues in Dallas and work its way back to the east coast before weaving back west to finish up December 13th at Beauty Bar in Las Vegas. The Three of Clubs Tour will be the first chance for most of the country to experience the recently released "Cornbread", "Robots" & "Turn" live, as well as, other new music that fans will no doubt be clamoring for the recordings of.

The band will be supported for the duration of the tour by electro-soul duo KaneHoller and San Diego indie rock outfit The Young Wild. You can get tickets for every date of the Three of Clubs Tour here.

Before RDGLDGRN embarks on the Three of Clubs Tour, they will be notching another big first for the band as they headline their hometown's premiere venue, The 930 Club, on October 23rd. One of the most buzzed about bands from the DC-area (as determined by Pigeons & Planes), it was only a matter of times before RDGLDGRN were to achieve this goal.

The band has previously been featured on DC101 (repeatedly) and in the Washington Post, as well as, worked with DC-area musical legends Pharrell Williams and Dave Grohl.

It seems fitting that less than two weeks before their first national headlining tour they would kick off their fall with a headlining gig at The 930 Club.

RDGLDGRN is known for their genre-blurring music and explosive live shows. With influences as diverse as Bad Brains, Outkast, Chuck Brown and Vampire Weekend, its no easy task that the band is able to create such a cohesive, natural sound. Their huge hooks and thoughtful songwriting have made them one of the most buzzed about bands in the blogosphere, and has translated into a dedicated international fanbase.

As great as they are on record, to really understand how special the band is you must experience them live.

Make sure to see how true this statement is when the Three of Clubs Tour comes to your town this fall.