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Mannequin Pussy Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 48,226
Category Rock, Alternative, Indie, Punk
Concerts
Apr
18
I Got Heaven Tour
Fort Worth
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Apr
19
I Got Heaven Tour
Houston
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Apr
20
I Got Heaven Tour
Austin
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Apr
22
I Got Heaven Tour
Santa Fe
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Apr
24
I Got Heaven Tour
Phoenix
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Apr
26
I Got Heaven Tour
Los Angeles
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Apr
27
I Got Heaven Tour
San Francisco
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Apr
29
I Got Heaven Tour
Portland
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Apr
30
I Got Heaven Tour
Seattle
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May
02
I Got Heaven Tour
Salt Lake City
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May
04
I Got Heaven Tour
Denver
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May
05
I Got Heaven Tour
Fort Collins
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May
07
I Got Heaven Tour
Minneapolis
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May
08
I Got Heaven Tour
Madison
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May
10
I Got Heaven Tour
Detroit
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May
11
I Got Heaven Tour
Toronto
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May
13
I Got Heaven Tour
Cambridge
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May
14
I Got Heaven Tour
Cambridge
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May
16
I Got Heaven Tour
Brooklyn
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May
17
I Got Heaven Tour
Washington
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May
18
I Got Heaven Tour
Washington
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May
19
I Got Heaven Tour
Philadelphia
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May
22
I Got Heaven Tour
Philadelphia
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May
23
I Got Heaven Tour
Philadelphia
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May
30
Primavera Sound 2024
Barcelona
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Jun
04
I Got Heaven Tour
Hyères
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Jun
05
I Got Heaven Tour
Tourcoing
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Jun
06
I Got Heaven Tour
Antwerpen
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Jun
11
I Got Heaven Tour
Berlin
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Jun
12
I Got Heaven Tour
Hamburg
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Jun
13
I Got Heaven Tour
Köln
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Jun
15
I Got Heaven Tour
Brighton
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Jun
16
I Got Heaven Tour
Bristol
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Jun
18
I Got Heaven Tour
Glasgow
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Jun
19
I Got Heaven Tour
Nottingham
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Jun
20
I Got Heaven Tour
London
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Jun
21
I Got Heaven Tour
Southampton
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Jun
22
The Garage
London
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Jun
27
I Got Heaven Tour
Newcastle Upon Tyne
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Jun
28
I Got Heaven Tour
Milton Keynes
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Jun
30
Outbreak Fest 2024
Manchester
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Jul
12
Day In Day Out Festival 2024
Seattle
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Jul
21
Pitchfork Music Festival 2024
Chicago
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Aug
02
Osheaga Music and Arts Festival 2024
Montréal
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Aug
15
Pukkelpop 2024
Hasselt
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Aug
15
Cabaret Vert 2024
Charleville-mézières
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Aug
17
Green Man Festival 2024
Brecon
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Aug
22
Reading Festival 2024
Reading
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Aug
23
Leeds Festival 2024
Leeds
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Sep
28
All Things Go 2024
Columbia
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Oct
11
Best Friends Forever Festival 2024
Las Vegas
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About Mannequin Pussy
Mannequin Pussy’s music feels like a resilient and galvanizing shout that demands to be heard. Across four albums, the Philadelphia rock band that consists of Colins “Bear” Regisford (bass, vocals), Kaleen Reading (drums, percussion), Maxine Steen (guitar, synths), and Marisa Dabice (guitar, vocals) has made cathartic tunes about despairing times. “There's just so much constantly going on that feels intentionally evil that trying to make something beautiful feels like a radical act ,” says Dabice. “The ethos of this band has always been to bring people together.” Their latest I Got Heaven, which is out March 1 via Epitaph Records, is the band’s most fully realized LP yet. Over 10 ambitious tracks which abruptly turn from searing punk to inviting pop, the album is deeply concerned with desire, the power in being alone, and how to live in an unfeeling and unkind world. It’s a document of a band doubling down on their unshakable bond to make something furious, thrilling, and wholly alive.     Following the 2019 release of their critically acclaimed third album Patience, Mannequin Pussy returned in 2021 for their EP Perfect. They toured that release relentlessly and added guitarist Maxine Steen to the band’s official lineup. Where the band members’ personal lives were in transition with breakups, changing living situations, and periods of self-reevaluation, their time together on the road was a grounding and clarifying force. “There was so much going on in our lives that it was the perfect opportunity to recalibrate who we were as people and musicians,” says Regisford. The band changed their entire formula, choosing to write together in Los Angeles with producer John Congleton over slowly crafting tracks at home. “When I've written songs, it's usually a very solitary process,” says Dabice. “So this was shedding a lot of those hermit-like qualities to do something intensively collaborative. Your best work comes when you allow other people into it.”     By December 2022, the band had 17 new songs written with Congleton in Los Angeles. “Everyone felt empowered to speak up about their own ideas to make this thing the best it could possibly be,” says Regisford. New member Maxine Steen, who has made music with Dabice for years including their side project Rosie Thorne, was especially essential to the writing sessions. The album opener “I Got Heaven” initially started as one of Steen’s demos. “When she showed it to me I knew it was going to be fun because the verses have this hard-hitting and aggressive approach but the chorus allows for a really soaring melody,” says Dabice. The result is electric. Over walloping guitar riffs, Dabice defiantly yells, “And what if I’m an angel? Oh what if I’m a bore? And what if I was confident would you just hate me more?    The song with its righteous lyrical blending of the sacred and profane is an unapologetic look at Christian hypocrisy. “I don't think there's ever been anything in need of a spiritual revolution more than modern-day Christianity,” says Dabice. “It sickens me the way that people use it as a way to do the worst things imaginable, say the worst things imaginable, and pass the worst imaginable legislation that directly harms people.” Instead of judgment, greed, and avarice, the songs on I Got Heaven ask what it really means to genuinely care about the people around you and help your communities in ways you can. “The world that we live in is heaven,” says Dabice. “We live on the most beautiful planet in the solar system, just by a chance and we are continuingly destroying it.”     This sentiment is mirrored by the album’s cover art: a figure and a pig in nature. There’s an intentional ambiguity there that makes you wonder if this person is leading the animal to slaughter or its protector. “We should really be the shepherds and the protectors of everything that we have and the world we live in,” says Dabice. I Got Heaven is an album that understands the stakes of its message: there are countless references to fire, hunger, and holiness. Here, teeth gnash and bodies are temples that ache with desire. On the yearning single “Nothing Like,” which is anchored by a dancey, shuffling drum beat from Reading, Dabice’s voice eventually morphs from a coo to a roar as she sings, “Oh what’s wrong with dreaming of burning this all down?”     Even when the songs on I Got Heaven don’t deal with fundamental human questions about how to live, Mannequin Pussy still finds ways to add urgency and resonance. Just take the buoyant and playful single “I Don’t Know You,” which slowly builds to a hair-raising peak with Reading’s brushed percussion, Steen’s enveloping synths, and a thoughtful groove from Regisford. “On that song, I changed the tuning last minute which transformed the song but everyone instinctively knew what to do,” says Dabice. “It was really cool to watch a song come alive in real-time. It's such a gift to meet other people who are creatively on the same wavelength as you, where there's no judgment in sharing ideas.”    The lightness of this track pairs perfectly with the rest of the tracklist, even when it’s snarling rock like “Loud Bark” or punishing hardcore punk with Regisford sharing lead vocal duties on “OK? OK! OK? OK!”  “If you're a Mannequin Pussy fan, you know that we're going to have some rippers,” says Regisford. “We're gonna have something that's going to be in your face. But we're also going to give you something that's going to be light to the touch with its own version of aggression.” The loud and uncompromising single “Of Her,” finds Dabice screaming, “I was born / Of her fire / Of sacrifices That were made /  So I could make it.” It’s a song about living life without regrets and understanding the sacrifices that you and your parents, especially your mother, made to allow you to live the life you want.     I Got Heaven is a visceral and stunning album for people who aren’t content with the status quo, made by people who challenged themselves and got out of their comfort zone. ”We're supposed to be living in the freest era ever so what it means to be a young person in this society is the freedom to challenge these systems that have been put on to us,” says Dabice. “It makes sense to ask, what ultimately am I living for? What is it that makes me want to live?”  
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Genres
Rock, Alternative, Indie, Punk
Band members
Colins Rey Regisford, Kaleen Reading, Marisa Dabice, Maxine Steen
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What fans are saying
Ang
5 / 5
One of the best Mannequin Pussy performances I have seen and they have all been really good. 🔥🔥🔥
Music Hall of Williamsburg Brooklyn, NY
Nov 18, 2018
Gabe
5 / 5
I'm scheduling an appointment with a proctologist because this band kicked me square in the asshole
The Riot Room Kansas City, MO
Sep 19, 2021
James
5 / 5
The band killed it but I didn’t really care for the layout of the venue.
DC9 Washington, DC
Sep 26, 2019
Vivian
5 / 5
Fell in love with this band even more after watching them live. Holy shit.
The Rebel Lounge Phoenix, AZ
Aug 28, 2019
maddie
5 / 5
so much energy & great crowd!!!!! 10/10!!!! i love them so much!
The Fillmore Silver Spring, MD
Apr 07, 2023
Adelaide
5 / 5
OH MY GOD IT WAS AMAZING!!! come back to NC asap
Motorco Music Hall Durham, NC
Apr 06, 2024
Cici
5 / 5
Absolutely loved it! Couldn't have gone to a better first concert.
Crowbar Tampa, FL
May 05, 2022
Chris
5 / 5
MP thrashed and left the kids wanting more. Love these guys.
Motorco Music Hall Durham, NC
Feb 16, 2022
Lemon
5 / 5
Absolutely amazing, So happy to see a live show of them!
The Burl Lexington, KY
May 09, 2022
Sean
3 / 5
A lot of energy as usual and fun to watch!
The Ritz Ybor Tampa, FL
Sep 17, 2023
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Mannequin Pussy Tour Cities
Southampton, United Kingdom Reading, United Kingdom Seattle, WA Leeds, United Kingdom Brooklyn, NY Los Angeles, CA Houston, TX Las Vegas, NV Madison, WI Bristol, United Kingdom Glasgow, United Kingdom Philadelphia, PA Chicago, IL Charleville-Mézières, France Brecon, United Kingdom Denver, CO Cambridge, MA Brighton, United Kingdom Berlin, Germany Manchester, United Kingdom Antwerpen, Belgium Tourcoing, France Toronto, ON San Francisco, CA Washington City, DC Hamburg, Germany Phoenix, AZ Minneapolis, MN Santa Fe, NM Hasselt, Belgium London, United Kingdom Portland, OR Fort Worth, TX Columbia, MD Montréal, QC Fort Collins, CO Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom Milton Keynes, United Kingdom Hyères, France Austin, TX Detroit, MI Salt Lake City, UT Nottingham, United Kingdom Barcelona, Spain Köln, Germany

Frequently Asked Questions About Mannequin Pussy

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Mannequin Pussy on tour?

Yes, Mannequin Pussy is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Mannequin Pussy concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Mannequin Pussy tour is scheduled for 51 dates across 45 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Mannequin Pussy scheduled to play?

Mannequin Pussy is scheduled to play 51 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Mannequin Pussy tour start?

Mannequin Pussy’s tour starts Apr 18, 2024 and ends on Oct 11, 2024. They will play 45 cities; their most recent concert was held in Fort Worth at Tulips FTW and their next upcoming concert will be in Reading at Little John's Farm.

What venues is Mannequin Pussy performing at?

As part of the Mannequin Pussy tour, Mannequin Pussy is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Apr 18 - Fort Worth, TX @ Tulips FTW
Apr 19 - Houston, TX @ House of Blues Houston
Apr 20 - Austin, TX @ Mohawk Austin
Apr 22 - Santa Fe, NM @ Meow Wolf
Apr 24 - Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom
Apr 26 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda Theatre
Apr 27 - San Francisco, CA @ August Hall
Apr 29 - Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom
Apr 30 - Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile
May 02 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Soundwell
May 04 - Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater
May 05 - Fort Collins, CO @ Aggie Theatre
May 07 - Minneapolis, MN @ Fine Line
May 08 - Madison, WI @ Majestic Theatre
May 10 - Detroit, MI @ Saint Andrew's Hall
May 11 - Toronto, ON @ The Concert Hall
May 13 - Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair
May 14 - Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair
May 16 - Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel
May 17 - Washington, DC @ The Atlantis
May 18 - Washington, DC @ The Atlantis
May 19 - Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
May 22 - Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
May 23 - Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
May 30 - Barcelona, Sant Adrià de Besòs @ Parc del Fòrum
Jun 04 - Hyères, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur @ Le Petit Bain.
Jun 05 - Tourcoing, Hauts-de-France @ Le Grand Mix
Jun 06 - Antwerpen, Vlaams Gewest @ Trix
Jun 11 - Berlin, Germany @ Cassiopeia
Jun 12 - Hamburg, Germany @ Molotow Club
Jun 13 - Köln, Germany @ MTC Club
Jun 15 - Brighton, ENG @ Chalk
Jun 16 - Bristol, ENG @ Strange Brew
Jun 18 - Glasgow, United Kingdom @ King Tuts Wah Wah Hut
Jun 19 - Nottingham, Null @ Rescue Rooms
Jun 20 - London, Kings Cross @ Scala
Jun 21 - Southampton, SEE @ Joiners
Jun 22 - London, United Kingdom @ The Garage
Jun 27 - Newcastle Upon Tyne, ENG @ The Grove
Jun 28 - Milton Keynes, United Kingdom @ The Craufurd Arms
Jun 30 - Manchester, United Kingdom @ Bowlers Exhibition Centre
Jul 12 - Seattle, WA @ Fisher Pavilion
Jul 21 - Chicago, IL @ Union Park
Aug 02 - Montréal, QC @ Parc Jean-Drapeau
Aug 15 - Hasselt, Vlaams Gewest @ Kiewit-Hasselt
Aug 15 - Charleville-mézières, Grand Est @ Le Cabaret Vert 2022
Aug 17 - Brecon, Wales @ Green Man Festival
Aug 22 - Reading, England @ Little John's Farm
Aug 23 - Leeds, England @ Bramham Park
Sep 28 - Columbia, MD @ Merriweather Post Pavilion
Oct 11 - Las Vegas, NV @ Downtown Las Vegas Events Center
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