After multiple sold-out shows on the Native Tongue Tour, SWITCHFOOT takes their electrifying energy to the nationally-syndicated daytime talk show “Pickler & Ben.” The episode, which airs Friday, March 22, features the GRAMMY®-winning rock band performing “Native Tongue” and chatting with hosts Kellie Pickler and Ben Aaron about releasing Native Tongue, joining Bon Jovi for select European dates this summer, giving back to their community through their Bro-Am Foundation and more.
Pickler & Ben
Friday, March 22
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The Native Tongue Tour coincides with the release of SWITCHFOOT’s chart-topping, critically-acclaimed album, Native Tongue, via Fantasy Records. “Absence makes the heart grow fonder, they say. And that seems to be the case for SWITCHFOOT and its fans” (The Oakland Press/Gary Graff) as the multi-platinum selling quintet, accompanied by support acts Colony House and Tyson Motsenbocker, has sold out shows in Asheville, Nashville, Toronto, Dallas and Seattle.
SWITCHFOOT recently gave fans an inside look at their “dazzling array of genre-bending” (Local Spins/Ricky Olmos) through the blistering new live video for “Native Tongue.” The live performance clip, produced by SWITCHFOOT and directed by Erick Frost, was shot at Atlanta’s historic Tabernacle, and captures the band’s signature high-energy performance and passionate connection with their audience.
Throughout the tour, SWITCHFOOT is partnering with Food for the Hungry, an international relief and development organization, to raise money for programs that help communities in 17 countries around the world move from extreme poverty to self-sustainability.
Keep up with SWITCHFOOT on Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter and visit SWITCHFOOT.com.
NATIVE TONGUE TOUR DATES:
March 21 Iron City – Birmingham, Ala.
March 22 The RITZ Ybor – Tampa, Fla.
March 23 House of Blues – Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
March 24 Revolution – Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
March 27 State Theatre – Minneapolis, Minn.
March 28 Sokol Auditorium – Omaha, Neb.
March 29 Uptown Theater – Kansas City, Mo.
March 30 Fillmore Auditorium – Denver, Colo.
March 31 The Depot – Salt Lake City, Utah
April 03 Rialto Theatre – Tucson, Ariz.
April 04 The Van Buren – Phoenix, Ariz.
April 05 The Wiltern – Los Angeles, Calif.
April 06 Arlington Theatre – Santa Barbara, Calif.
April 07 Warfield Theater – San Francisco, Calif.
April 09 McDonald Theatre – Eugene, Ore.
April 10 Crystal Ballroom – Portland, Ore.
April 11 Neptune Theatre – Seattle, Wash.
April 12 Neptune Theatre – Seattle, Wash.
April 13 Queen Elizabeth Theatre – Vancouver, British Columbia