Well, then again, the hashtag in the tour name will be useful on Twitter and other social media platforms when fans want to interact with each other and search for info about the fall excursion.
“This group started because of a viral video on YouTube,” Randy Stine said. “From day one we have encouraged fans to upload photos and videos from our shows, even expanding venue photo policies to ensure that this was possible. We are excited to really drive home the idea of building a fan community around content by naming our tour #SNClive.”
Straight No Chaser also has news about its fourth full-length album. The group plans to head to the studio to record the follow-up to 2010’s With a Twist this summer. The new album is expected to be released sometime this fall. More details will be revealed in the coming months.
The fall tour begins Oct. 24 in Burlington, Vt., at the Flynn Center For The Performing Arts. Dates are booked all the way through Dec. 23 in Allentown, Pa., at the Allentown Symphony Hall.
The coast to coast trek includes more than three dozen stops including Albany, N.Y. (Oct. 25); St. Louis (Nov. 10); Omaha, Neb. (Nov. 16); Albuquerque, N.M. (Nov. 21); Seattle (Nov. 26); Los Angeles (Nov. 30); Indianapolis (Dec. 7-8); Detroit (Dec. 12); Nashville (Dec. 13); and Cleveland (Dec. 16).
Fan club tickets are on sale now for select dates. Tickets go on sale to the general public beginning May 11.
For more information visit SNCMusic.com