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We are so excited to share with you that Aidan Bissett is kicking off his headline tour tonight! His headline tour Supernova: How’s It Gonna End Tour will start tonight with a show at Neumos in Seatte. We are even more anticipating his arrival this Friday at August Hall in San Francisco. Check out the tour news below:

The 19-city headline run will include shows at the El Rey in Los Angeles (April 23) and the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn (May 7). See below for full itinerary or visit

The spring tour, named for his latest release, Supernova Deluxe EP, is his second headline outing and follows Bissett’s sold-out fall 2023 North American tour. Covering his November 2023 show at Los Angeles’ Troubadour, LADYGUNN said, “WE LOVE WATCHING AIDAN BISSETT ‘BLOOM’….Whether delivering soulful ballads or high-octane anthems, he showcase a range that captivates audiences…”

“Planet” – the lead single from his Supernova Deluxe EP, which was released earlier this year by Capitol Records – was hailed as a “standout” by EUPHORIA. Magazine when he debuted the song in his live show. He wrote the track with Captain Cuts (Walk The Moon, Bebe Rexha), who also produced, and singer-songwriter Sophie Cates (Lauv, Flume). Listen to “Planet”  HERE. View the surrealistic official video below:

Supernova Deluxe EP also includes “Sick,” which Ones To Watch praised as walking the “thematic tightrope of sweaty, underground NY club and radio-ready indie pop anthem,” going on to note: “Bissett opens up with the effortlessly cool delivery of an early Julian Casablancas, pairing the indie rock charm of The Strokes with his own fevered delivery to craft an irresistible cocktail of overflowing emotions.” Bissett, who has amassed over one billion combined global streams in his career to date, is one of the Spotify Pop Rising 2024 Artists To Watch and also appears on TIDAL’s Artists to Watch in 2024 list.

Tour Dates

  • 4/16    Seattle, WA                           Neumos
  • 4/17    Vancouver, BC                      Fortune Sound Club
  • 4/19    San Francisco, CA                 August Hall
  • 4/20    Sacramento, CA                     Harlow’s
  • 4/22    Santa Ana, CA                       Constellation Room
  • 4/23    Los Angeles, CA                   El Rey Theatre
  • 4/26    Houston, TX                          House of Blues – Bronze Peacock
  • 4/28    St. Louis, MO                        Old Rock House
  • 4/29    Minneapolis, MN                   7th St Entry
  • 4/30    Chicago, IL                            Lincoln Hall
  • 5/2      Detroit, MI                             El Club
  • 5/3      Columbus, OH                       The Basement
  • 5/5      Pittsburgh, PA                       Thunderbird Café & Music Hall
  • 5/7      Brooklyn, NY                        Music Hall of Williamsburg
  • 5/9      Charlotte, NC                         Visulite Theater
  • 5/10    Nashville, TN                        Exit/In
  • 5/11    Atlanta, GA                           Loft at Center Stage
  • 5/14    Orlando, FL                           The Plaza Live
  • 5/15    Ft. Lauderdale, FL                 Culture Room

Stay tuned as we hope to bring you a recap and photo gallery of his San Francisco show.  Make sure to visit the social media links and stay up to date on the latest news.

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