News: Dream Wife are looking for female and non-binary artists to support them on their upcoming tour

Dream Wife are looking for female and non-binary artists to support them on their upcoming tour

The band have announced an open call for support slots on their US, UK and European tour dates.

Dream Wife have announced an open call for female-identifying and non-binary artists to support them on selected upcoming tour dates across their upcoming US, UK and European tour dates.

They’ve teamed up with non-profit organisations Girls Rock London and the Girls Rock Camp Alliance for the open call, posting to Twitter saying: “One of the best things about touring is getting to meet, exchange ideas with, and play music alongside kickass bands from all over the world. For our autumn headline tour dates we are calling for women/non-binary artists to come share their music, thoughts, the night and a stage with us.

Gender diversity in the music industry is still an issue and the aim is to provide a platform for women/NB musicians regardless of experience, financial backing, number of online followers etc. If you’ve got rock ‘n’ roll in your soul, if you’ve got something to say; we want to hear from you.”

The support slots will be paid. You can see which dates the band are looking for supports for and apply to play here.

See the band’s full upcoming tour dates below.

JULY
28 Derby, UK, Indie Tracks Festival
29 Standon, UK, Standon Calling

AUGUST
02 Chicago, USA, Thalia Hall w/ Parquet Courts
03 Chicago, USA, Lollapalooza Festival
11 Slottskogen, Sweden, Way Out West
18 Tokyo, Japan, Summersonic Festival
19 Osaka, Japan, Summersonic Festival
24 Reading, UK, Reading Festival
25 Leeds, UK, Leeds Festival
31 Scotland, UK, Electric Fields Festival

SEPTEMBER
01 Bristol, UK, Downs Festival
14 London, UK, Brixton Academy ^
15 London, UK, Brixton Academy ^
17 Cologne, Germany, E-werk ^
18 Berlin, Germany, Huxleys ^
20 Paris, France, Bataclan ^
24 Philadelphia, US, Johnny Brenda’s
25 Brooklyn, US, Knitting Factory
27 Washington, US, DC9
28 Cleveland, US, Beachland Tavern
29 Toronto, Canada, Hard Luck
30 Detroit, US, El Club

OCTOBER
02 Minneapolis, US, 7th Street Entry
06 Seattle, US, Barboza
07 Portland, US, Doug Fir Lounge
09 San Francisco, US, Cafe Du Nord
10 Los Angeles, US, The Echo
12 San Diego, US, Casbah
13 Santa Ana, US, Constellation Room
17 Dublin, Ireland, Whelans
18 Galway, Ireland, Roisin Dubh
20 Cardiff, UK, SWN Festival
21 Birmingham, UK, All Years Leaving Festival
22 Glasgow, UK, School of Art
24 Nottingham, UK, Rescue Rooms
25 Leeds, UK, The Wardrobe
26 Manchester, UK, Gorilla
27 Coventry, UK, Central Library
29 Portsmouth, UK, Wedgewood Rooms
30 Brighton, UK, Concorde 2
31 London, UK, KOKO

NOVEMBER
02 Paris, France, Pitchfork Festival
03 Mainz, Germany, Schon Schön
04 Amsterdam, Netherlands, Paradiso
05 Aarhus, Denmark, Atlas
06 Copenhagen, Denmark, Hotel Cecil
07 Oslo, Norway, Café Mono
10 Brunswick, Germany, Eule
11 Courtrai, Belgium, Depart
13 Winterthur, Switzerland, Albani
14 Lausanne, Switzerland, Le Romandie
15 Stuttgart, Germany, Merlin
16 Essen, Germany, Hotel Shanghai
18 Berlin, Germany, Musik & Frieden
19 Hanover, Germany, Lux
21 Bremen, Germany, Lagerhaus

^ w/ Garbage

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