WHY DON'T WE
Red Hat Amphitheater
Red Hat Amphitheater
“One of pop music’s biggest breakout stories” – NBC’s TODAY
“Artist To Watch” – ROLLING STONE
Atlantic recording artists Why Don’t We have unveiled details for the summer leg of their wildly popular 8 Letters Tour. The newly announced shows kick off at the Orange County Fairgrounds in Costa Mesa, CA, on July 18 and continue through the end of August. Tickets go on sale this Saturday, February 23, at 10am (Local Time). The dates mark an extension of the breakout pop group’s biggest headline tour thus far, which begins on March 20 at Comerica Theatre in Phoenix, AZ, and already includes sell outs in Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, and New York City, where they sold out the legendary Radio City Music Hall in just 2 hours. For ticketing details, tour updates, and more, please visit www.whydontwemusic.com.
Why Don’t We will play Red Hat Amphitheater in Raleigh on Saturday, August 3. Tickets go on sale this Saturday, February 23 at livenation.com, CEI box office at Coastal Credit Union Music Park, Ticketmaster, and by phone 800-745-3000.
Why Don’t We’s current single “8 Letters” continues to climb at Top 40 radio, ascending into the Top 25 and boasting over 130 million global audio and video streams to date. The group recently performed “8 Letters” and other hits on the outdoor stage at Jimmy Kimmel Live! in front of one of the loudest audiences the show has seen. Marking the event, Rolling Stonenoted “…the crowd’s screams and shrieks of glee nearly overpowered the musicians’ voices” while Billboard simply described the performance as “epic.” The pandemonium mirrored the band’s outdoor concert in Rockefeller Plaza as part of TODAY’s Citi Concert Series, where they garnered one of the largest crowds of the summer.
Known for their prolific, creative output, Why Don’t We unveiled “Cold in LA,” their second brand new song and companion music video of 2019. The track follows last month’s arrival of “Big Plans,” which instantly shot to #1 on the iTunes all genres chart, with the accompanying music video seeing nearly 5 million views on YouTube.