Bleachers, aka Jack Antonoff’s pop-rock project, will continue to tour across North America this fall to promote his latest personal studio project, Gone Now, which was released back on June 2. He announced his fall concert dates back near the end of July, but added another on Tuesday with a final show now taking place at Brooklyn Steel on Nov. 21. The newly added show in north Brooklyn should close out what has been a huge 2017 for Antonoff, and will conveniently take place right across the river from his concert at Terminal 5 in Manhattan the night prior.
Antonoff’s upcoming run will also welcome support from Bishop Briggs for 13 shows throughout the tour, which is currently scheduled to stop at the House of Blues in Dallas on Wednesday night. Briggs will be on as support for the final 10 shows on the tour, including the Brooklyn Steel gig. Bleachers made headlines back in the spring when Antonoff announced that he’d be bringing his childhood bedroom on tour by packing it into a trailer and dragging it across the country. There’s been no word as to whether or not he’ll continue the nostalgia throughout the fall tour.
Bleachers is the latest of a growing number of fantastic artists who will be playing the new Brooklyn Steel for the first time this year. The 1,800 capacity venue in Brooklyn’s growingly popular East Williamsburg/Bushwick neighborhood of the NYC borough opened up back in early April with a five-night residency from local band LCD Soundsystem. The Killers ditched the arenas for a headlining concert there on Tuesday night, and join artists including Ween, Pixies, Father John Misty and Japanese Breakfast to name a few, who have performed there throughout the spring and summer.
Tickets for the newly added show on Nov. 21 will be going on sale this Friday, Sept. 22, and can be purchased by clicking here.