Irish trio God Is An Astronaut announces 2019 North American tour
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This Irish post-rock band probably has the most intriguing name in the business right now -- God Is An Astronaut.

Just the name of the band draws fan’s curiosities, and the world that God Is An Astronaut has created is one listeners don't want to leave. Fans in their native Ireland and the UK have lifted this band to up-and-comer status, and now, God Is An Astronaut is looking to capitalize on their fame by heading to North America this year.

For those who have yet to hear of God Is an Astronaut, here’s a little background to get you prepped for their arrival.

Formed in 2002, the trio consists of Torsten Kinsella, Niels Kinsella, and Lloyd Hanney. The band specializes in a style of rock that mixes elements of space rock and electro. A band that could be a great comparison is Tangerine Dream, whose sound has become legendary in this field, and God Is An Astronaut is trending in that same direction.

So, seeing this exciting band in person is a treat for many, and getting tickets to see God Is An Astronaut live is an experience one will not soon forget. Here’s the complete tour itinerary and ticket information, and keep in mind that all dates and venues are subject to change.

Sept. 12 --Brooklyn, NY -- Music Hall of Williamsburg (Tickets)
Sept. 13 -- Philadelphia, PA -- Underground Arts (Tickets)
Sept. 19 -- San Francisco, CA -- Great American Music Hall (Tickets)
Sept. 21 -- Phoenix, AZ -- Crescent Ballroom
Sept. 23 -- Denver, CO -- Bluebird Theater (Tickets)
Sept. 25 -- Chicago, IL -- Thalia Hall
Sept. 27 --Toronto, ON -- The Opera House
Sept. 28 -- Montreal, QC -- Theatre Fairmount
Sept. 29 -- Boston, MA -- Paradise Rock Club