ain't it fun?
Pop rock powerhouse Paramore heads to North Texas on new North American arena tour
Dallas-Fort Worth fans of alterna-emo-pop group Paramore and their radio-ready hooks can catch the trio next year during a just-announced stadium tour.
The act famous for anthemic singles such as "Ain't It Fun," "Misery Business," and "Still Into You" will hit Fort Worth's Dickies Arena on July 8, 2023, with Foals and The Linda Lindas as openers.
Tickets go on sale to the general public at 10 am Friday, November 11 via Ticketmaster. To protect tickets from mass-purchasing scalpers, the tour is partnering with Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan platform on two presales; those interested can register for both presales here now through Monday, November 7 at 10:59 pm.
In addition to Fort Worth, Paramore will play Austin's Moody Center on July 9 and Houston's Toyota Center on July 11.
Paramore is touring in support of their sixth studio album, This Is Why, which is slated for a February 10, 2023 release. The band recently performed the title track on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and also recently performed at Austin City Limits.
Formed in 2004 in Franklin, Tennessee, Paramore has seen myriad lineup changes, but has been consistently led by charismatic lead singer Hayley Williams, known for her hair of varied hues and springy stage presence. The band boasts more than 17 million followers on Spotify with more than 500 million streams on songs "Still Into You" and "Misery Business."
Active in socio-political issues, Paramore is donating portion of ticket sales to Support + Feed, which supports plant-based food initiatives and food equality and REVERB, an environmental nonprofit. REVERB will also host an "eco-village" at each tour stop to raise awareness for social and environmental causes.