Fastball Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts
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Category 90s, Decades, Pop, Rock, Alternative
Floridian Social Club
Magic 13 Brewing Co.
Fastball with The Gin Blossoms at MIDFLORIDA Event Center
Port St. Lucie
3rd and Lindsley
City Winery Atlanta
Motorco Music Hall
City Winery Philadelphia
The Collective Encore
The Middle East Restaurant and Nightclub
Hub City Vinyl
Sam's Burger Joint
Formed in 1994 in Austin, Texas, Fastball combined a fondness for melodic, Beatles-inspired pop with the alternative aesthetic of late-'90s mainstream rock. Guitarist/vocalist Miles Zuniga, bassist/vocalist Tony Scalzo, and drummer Joey Shuffield — all veterans of Austin's underground rock scene — originally banded together under the name Magneto U.S.A. After signing with Hollywood Records, the musicians changed their name to Fastball and released their debut album, Make Your Mama Proud, in 1996. The album demonstrated the band's synthesis of modern flavor and bygone pop hooks, a combination that would later launch Fastball into the mainstream. The follow-up effort, All the Pain Money Can Buy, appeared in early 1998, featuring a considerably tighter band and more pop flourishes. Although the bandmates were still working side jobs at the time of its release, lead-off single "The Way" proved to be a meteoric hit, topping the American rock charts for seven weeks while enjoying crossover success as a pop single. "Fire Escape" and the piano-fueled "Out of My Head" did similarly well, and All the Pain Money Can Buy went platinum within six months of its release, earning two Grammy nominations along the way. Fastball celebrated their success with a considerable amount of touring, including shows alongside Marcy Playground and Everclear. The Harsh Light of Day arrived in fall 2000, featuring piano work by Billy Preston and an increasingly arty sound, including the Top 40 hit "You're an Ocean.” Fastball eventually left the Hollywood roster in favor of a new deal with Rykodisc. A retrospective compilation, Painting the Corners: The Best of Fastball, marked the band's final release for Hollywood Records in 2002. Two years later, they resurfaced with Keep Your Wig On, having fully embraced their power pop roots with the help of co-producer Adam Schlesinger. The album strengthened Fastball's work ethic, with frontmen Zuniga and Scalzo writing together for the first time. That collaborative spirit helped fuel another album, Little White Lies, which appeared in 2009 to warm reviews. After several years of focusing on live work, Fastball returned to the studio in 2015, recording in their hometown of Austin. The project emerged in May 2017, a self-released album titled Step into Light, and the band supported it with an extensive tour of the United States and Canada. The following year, Fastball celebrated the 20th anniversary of All the Pain Money Can Buy with an expanded edition of the 1998 album; they accompanied the reissue with a hometown concert in Austin, Texas. Most recently, in October 2019, Fastball returned with The Help Machine, an album produced by Steve Berlin of Los Lobos, and in Sept 2021 and thruout 2022 have been releasing music exclusively thru Patreon. Their new album, The Deep End, was released on June 17, 2022.Follow on Bandsintown
90s, Decades, Pop, Rock, Alternative
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Fastball Tour Cities
Atlanta, GA San Antonio, TX New York, NY Durham, NC Forest Park, IL Miami, FL Columbia, MD Port Saint Lucie, FL Philadelphia, PA Hagerstown, MD St. Petersburg, FL Charleston, SC Orlando, FL Austin, TX Cambridge, MA Nashville, TN Asbury Park, NJ
Frequently Asked Questions About Fastball
Concerts & Tour Date Information
Is Fastball on tour?
Yes, Fastball is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Fastball concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Fastball tour is scheduled for 17 dates across 17 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.
How many upcoming tour dates is Fastball scheduled to play?
Fastball is scheduled to play 17 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.
When does the Fastball tour start?
Fastball’s tour starts Apr 10, 2024 and ends on May 10, 2024. They will play 17 cities; their most recent concert was held in Orlando at The Social and their next upcoming concert will be in San Antonio at Sam's Burger Joint.
What venues is Fastball performing at?
As part of the Fastball tour, Fastball is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:
2024 Tour Dates:
Apr 10 - Orlando, FL @ The Social
Apr 11 - St. Petersburg, FL @ Floridian Social Club
Apr 12 - Miami, FL @ Magic 13 Brewing Co.
Apr 13 - Port St. Lucie, FL @ MIDFLORIDA Event Center
Apr 14 - Charleston, SC @ Music Farm
Apr 16 - Nashville, TN @ 3rd and Lindsley
Apr 17 - Atlanta, GA @ City Winery Atlanta
Apr 18 - Durham, NC @ Motorco Music Hall
Apr 19 - Philadelphia, PA @ City Winery Philadelphia
Apr 20 - New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge
Apr 21 - Columbia, MD @ The Collective Encore
Apr 23 - Cambridge, MA @ The Middle East Restaurant and Nightclub
Apr 24 - Asbury Park, NJ @ Wonder Bar
Apr 25 - Hagerstown, MD @ Hub City Vinyl
Apr 27 - Forest Park, IL @ Robert's Westside
May 09 - Austin, TX @ Parish
May 10 - San Antonio, TX @ Sam's Burger Joint